Sweeney Terrier: Tell me if this sounds off to any of you. A non-school-supported, (As in a vacation), airplane trip to WDW for 4 days/3 nights in Feb of 2012, (though discounted least through AAA as they had a discount at the time), that cost overall ~$5000...
Oct 30, 2014 11:33:11 GMT -5
Sweeney Terrier: is more per adult/teen, per day, than a field trip to Spain, (might include France &/or Italy), for 14 days that costs, per student, (which the student has to pay for), ~4000, (not per day per day). That sounds rather odd to me.
Oct 30, 2014 11:35:00 GMT -5
Sweeney Terrier: I did the math via calculator and the price per adult per night at Disney, (based on the estimated cost of the trip I took in 2012, least for airline & hotel I think), is about $312.50 while the Spain trip, (which will surely occur in June)…is $285.71..
Oct 30, 2014 11:37:17 GMT -5
Sweeney Terrier: per student per day. Either the school somehow is able to get this trip idea to a very discounted state, or it apparently costs far more to travel 3/4 the Eastern Coast of US by plane down to WDW than it does to travel across the Atlantic by plane.
Oct 30, 2014 11:38:12 GMT -5
Sweeney Terrier: Though, honestly I'd still rather go for a trip to Disney with my family since that would cost less per person overall, (the price of the Disney trip per person in the 4d/3n setup with the discounts included comes down to about $1,250…
Oct 30, 2014 11:40:15 GMT -5
Sweeney Terrier: and it'd be more affordable for my family.
Oct 30, 2014 11:40:25 GMT -5
babclayman: That sometimes is a case on some areas.
Oct 30, 2014 12:25:10 GMT -5
babclayman: In the UK, it is more cheap to check the Disneyland CA , than the one in Paris, I hear. o.o
Oct 30, 2014 12:27:15 GMT -5
babclayman: You hear on that?
Oct 30, 2014 12:30:15 GMT -5
Sweeney Terrier: Not really, but that is a little surprising since Disneyland was the 1st Disney park, but then again, France, (or least Paris), is a bit of an international tourist magnet.
Oct 30, 2014 12:46:59 GMT -5