How much spending money do you need for a three day trip to disneyland?
So I’m thinking of going to disneyland with a few friends. I’m 13 btw. And we were planning on driving to aneheim on like a Monday and spending the day in downtown Disney, and then spending Tuesday and Wednesday in Disneyland and California adventure. And driving back thursday. So how much money would I need for food and other things(not including tickets and hotel)
200 unless you bring ur own brekfast and lunch to the park and only eat ther at dinner… Rmeember if anyone gets lost meet at the castle… A day 200 maybe 100 credit cardas are better
How much spending money is needed for 2 week all-inclusive in Mexico?
I’m going to San Jose del Cabo, San Lucas in April. I’m staying for two weeks at an all-inclusive resort. I’m mainly planning on relaxing, doing some shopping, and on occasion venturing out of the hotel for a taste of the towns afordable restauraunts. I may take in some exursions, depending on how my cash flow is.
How much spending money should I plan on spending?
Thanks for your help on this?
You probably won’t need a whole lot. Though of course it all depends on how extravagant you get while doing “some shopping”. I can shop all day and spend a few pesos. My wife can shop five minutes and rack up thousands of dollars on her credit card.
I think you’ll want to spend at least $100 on souvenirs. An “affordable restaurant” might be $10 per person (though you might want to splurge — I always like to do really NICE restaurants at least once or twice on vacation and might spend $100 for dinner for two). Taxis and buses will eat some money: figure $30/day for taxis or $10/day for buses. You might want to do some activities, but what those cost depends on your interests. Golf fees? A fishing charter? A day-trip with a tour guide?
If it were me, I’d probably figure on $1,000 in play money for 2-weeks.
How to not always focus on spending money?
I currently owe my parents money for a concert that I went to and I quickly spent my birthday money without thinking much about it. Now I have no money to spend and I am always focusing on things that I want to buy. How can I either make money other than online things and stop worrying about spending money until I have the money to spend?
I think you sound sightly spoiled. It might help to get a job or do babysitting because it’ll be an opportunity to get more money. Otherwise you just have to practice keeping money without spending it. If you change your behavior and practice saving money for long enough, your thinking will start to change.
How much spending money to take on round world trip?
I am going on a round world trip and was wondering how much spending money I should take excluding airfares, hotels, and other major expenses.
Really I just want guide to how much money ill need for buying food, entrance fees to major attractions (not many just a few each country), small souvenirs and basic transport like taxis and trains.
We don’t plan on eating in restaurants every night (maybe some nights). We will try to eat in cheap but good places. Make out own food from supermarkets ect..
The major destinations in Europe include Paris, Rome, Venice, Berlin, Munich, Barcelona, Portugal
Other cities include New York, Toronto and Tokyo.
We only plan on spending roughly 4-5 nights in each place. Over all the trip is about 60 days and we plan on going in December/January which I hear is the low season.
What would be a good daily spending amount to keep me fed and comfortable?
£40-60 per day of course you should always have a contingency fund as well
How much spending money would be recommended when going to Brisbane, Australia for 3 weeks?
I am staying with a friend so most meals and housing will be paid for, if anyone can give me a tip on cost of transportation around town that would be nice, however; my main focus is the amount of spending money I will want. Any tips on Brisbane and costs are much appreciated. Thank You ^_^
Samii, just because your staying with a friend, it’s not all free, I would assume you would chip in with some of the costs like food, maybe leave an envelope with some cash in for utilities, when you leave, just a bit of courtesy.
I didn’t travel public transport in Brisbane very much, but what I saw it’s relatively the best way to get around pretty cheap. Where you get stung is the theme parks, you want to go to sea world it is going to cost, you want to go and swim on the reef or dive the reef, it is going to cost. Of course you must consider your friend, if he or she comes out with you to show you around.
When I go with my wife, we budget on $500.00 per week that is a rough approximation, Sydney we allow $750.00 per week, and we don’t skimp, we do the sights and restaurants comfortably.
What we did find really good, exceptional really, is the Australian pubs and their counter lunches, great value.
We also found a different in pricing for restaurants, here is an example, and I will use Sydney for this, we went to a restaurant in China town, and had chili mud crabs, that set us back $45.00 for that dish. We went to a suburb out of Sydney called Cabramatta, we ordered that dish, and the price for exactly the same thing was $32.00.
It all has to do with you and how you budget, and if your a spend thrift or not.
I would budget around the $2,500.00 to feel safe. You may not spend all of it, but it leaves a great feeling.
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