Getting characters autographs is one of the trip highlights for my younger kids. It a big part of the theme parks and something some kids don’t want to miss out on. So, you will need to get an autograph book for each child. I am going to share with you some of your options when it comes to autograph books.
You can go with the official Disney autograph book, these can be found at the theme parks, or online at the Disney Store. There are different versions of the autograph books and they will run you between $7 – $11. $7.00 doesn’t seem like alot, but when you have 3 kids that want to get autographs that can add up quickly.
Cheaper and more inexpensive alternatives to the official autograph books can be found any Walmart or Target that is located near the Theme Parks. The above small autograph book ran $1.99.
For an even cheaper and more personalized version, you can actually make your own autograph books. I have made my kids autograph books both years we went. Unfortunately, I forgot to pack them last year, which is why we ended up with the 1.99 Walmart version. Making your own autograph book is relatively easy, and inexpensive.
If you are interested in learning how to make your own autograph book, you can find the instructions here.
Christy is a fellow Disney lover who blogs over at Thrifty and Thriving. Her blog focuses on smart living for a richer life.
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