We are going for 17 days during the summer break. The costs are making my eyes water. A good place to check for flights is momondo.com. Stay in a villa. We are paying £90 per night for a 4 bedroom villa, with swimming pool, games room, one shared bathroom and two ensuites. Friends will be staying with us for a while, so we will paying on average less than £60 per night. I'd rather not stay in the Disney hotels. They are manic, some look tatty and they are not good VFM, IMO. Eat off site. Missus has booked us a Disney princess breakfast. Bloody £45 each for a breakfast that looks very basic. We are going direct as we got a good deal with car hire included - £2700 for the three of us. There were some indirect flights, with no car, available for around £1600. I guess they will be cheaper in November. Be prepared to fly from London for better prices. Look at flying into a different city. Sometimes, it can be cheaper flying into Tampa (about 1.5 hours from Disneyworld), Fort Lauderdale or Miami (about 3 to 4 hours away, I believe). If you are staying south of Disneyworld, Tampa is probably not that much further away than Orlando International. It apparently takes considerably less time to get through Immigration at Tampa than it does at Orlando International. Don't book a package with Virgin. They are well over priced. I got a quote from them and then priced up the various elements separately. The package I priced up was well over £1000 less. Check out the DIBB forum. Lots of good tips, details of discounts, links to vouchers and reviews of restaurants, hotels, car hire companies etc.. Another good source is mousesavers.com Search for 'Alamo Brits' for car hire. You could save plenty on car hire by simply buying a travel book on ebay and presenting it at the Alamo car hire office at the airport. Get a Landry Card. Free $25 during your birthday month. You can lie about your birthday. You and the missus both get one each = free $50.