Saturday, September 11, 2010

Guest Post: Sesame Place on a Budget (Part 3)

Yesterday, the Sesame Place on a Budget series talked about how to save on food, and how to find extra money to splurge on a memory lasting character dinner. In the final installment of the series, there are some helpful hints on paying a little extra for parking, to save $$'s on a locker! Here is a little excerpt from Part 3.

When you get to Sesame Place, you need to have a place to store your items. It will either be in your car or in a locker. You can carry around a backpack in the park, but when it is time to go on the water rides (and remember about 60% or more of the park is water rides), then you need to know what to do with your items! Plan ahead! Towels and shoes will be left in the little free cubbies when you go on a water ride (but they are very small - enough to shove a towel and two shoes). Buy a waterproof storage necklace ahead of time (they are expensive in the park). This is where you will store your money and keys! Lockers are incredibly expensive - over $18/day. You can come and go all day long when you use it, but I have a different suggestion. Skip the locker, pay the extra $3 for Preferred Parking and get to the park early to park up close!

For more information on why choosing the Preferred Parking is better than general, and why you won't need a locker at all if you do to Part 3.

1 comment:

  1. Enjoyed reading all the three parts. Excellent read! I would suggest others to read to learn how diligent planning can save money without compromising with fun and entertainment.


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