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This book is a must-read for anyone who wants to cruise on one of the Disney cruise line ships while saving as much money as possible. It covers ways to save money when booking your cruise, traveling to the port, and doing activities on board. Each of the 15 tips contains a full explanation of how to use the information, as well as related topics that will help you have a better overall Disney cruise.

The author, Barb Nefer, has taken over 80 Disney cruises, so she knows all the tips, tricks, and secrets for doing a Disney cruise on a budget.

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ISBN: 9781301665631
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