Stroller Rentals From Outside Companies at Disney

Renting a stroller at Disney can become very costly and add a big dent in your Disney budget. If you prefer not to have the hassle of traveling to Disney with your own stroller and do not want to pay the high cost of stroller rentals at Disney consider using an outside agency to rent one.

Orlando Stroller Rentals, LLC  is a very popular third party organization that provides stroller rentals to hundreds that are visiting theme parks in the Orlando area. Many parents like the idea of renting a stroller that way they have the ability to take the stroller with them back to their resort. If you are renting a stroller from a Disney theme park you have to leave the stroller at the park and you then most the time have an exhausted kid you will have to carry to either the buses or your car to head back to your resort.

Magic Strollers is another reputable stroller rental company in the Orlando area.  They charge $15 a day for a single stroller and $8 each consecutive day. Double strollers are $25 for the first day and $9 each consecutive day. They do offer rental insurance for a cost of $25 per visit.

Disney will charge you $15 a day for a single stroller and $31 for a double stroller for a day. If you choose to do a length of stay rental a single stroller will cost $13 a day and a double stroller will cost you $27 a day.

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One Response to Stroller Rentals From Outside Companies at Disney

  1. megan says:

    Renting strollers from outside Disney is a better option. Not only do they offer better strollers, they are less expensive as well.

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