Welcome to Mouse Hacking
Your Guide To Travel Hacking Disney Destinations
While we provide content on a wide range of topics related to Disney and travel, our primary focus at Mouse Hacking is to help Disney fans learn to using travel hacking to save on their Disney vacations. As we use the term, "travel hacking" comprises the set of techniques that allow you to travel (by plane, train, automobile, or any other method), stay at hotels, and have tourist experiences at discounted rates, including for free. This includes finding discounts, figuring out ways to save time, and using points and miles to fund your travel.
Some of Our Best Posts
Here are some of the highlights of our site:
Those posts cover a wide range of topics. If you want to learn the ins and outs of paying for your travel with points and miles, we've got a starter series just for you:
Points and Miles Starter Series
The intersection of Disney and travel hacking is new for many people. We've got answers to the biggest questions on your mind.
Are you ready for travel hacking? What can you expect to happen to your credit score? What can you do to get started if your finances are thin? These questions and more are answered in this post!
What is a point? And is it different from a mile? Will you have to fly all the time to earn lots of points? In this post we lay the groundwork and give you a working understanding of points and miles.
Signup bonuses are the most powerful tool in the travel hackers toolkit, so how do you get these offers without putting financial strain on yourself? Find out in this post!
The annual fees on some of the cards we discuss might make you sweat, but there's actually plenty of ways to make sure the value you get is way more than the annual fee!
As with all things, your mileage may vary in applying for cards. There are some commonly applied rules that you need to know about when you start travel hacking. You'll need to keep these in mind as you start applying for cards.
You don't need a dozen spreadsheets and 16 accounts to get started with points and miles. To get started, focus on opening one new card and earning its signup bonus.