No. This isn’t parody. Some people love Disney so much that they will find unique ways to fund their trip. In the case of this woman, help others in the process.
According to Insider, 28-year-old Pennsylvania woman Liz Gramlich, donates plasma twice a week to pay for monthly Disney trips.
If you have an annual pass, it’s mostly just the cost of flight, food, and hotel, so it isn’t as expensive as it sounds. Apparently she makes between$750 and $1,250 a month and uses it to pay for her monthly trips.
Here’s what she said:
“I was already donating plasma on and off, but I didn’t realize how much money I was making from these donations,” she said. “I realized that it benefits us in a way where we can enjoy doing something we love, while also helping other people.”
I mean it really is a win-win for this parks fan. She was already doing it anyways.
Here are some of her TikTok videos:
@diswithliz Insider Article- Link in Bio -Thank you Amanda Krause @disneyparks @Insider #disneyparks #disney #disneyworld50 #disneyworld #disneyprincess #disneyplus #disneytiktok #distok #disneylifestyle #disneychallenge ♬ Steven Universe – L.Dre
@diswithliz Always making plans! #disneytiktok #disneylife #disneyworld50 #disneyprincess #dianeyadult #disney #disneyparks #distok #wdw #disneyworld #disneyplus #disneychannel #animalkingdom ♬ umm.. yeah – andrew
@diswithliz When your New Years resolution involves Starbucks, rides, characters and hub grass #starbucks #disneyworld50 #disneyparks #disneyworld #wdw #distok #disneyprincess #disneytiktok #disneyadult #disney ♬ original sound – Bliss💗
More power to her. That’s on unique way to go to Walt Disney World. Thinking outside the box I guess. Us Pennsylvanians are creative when we need to be.
As a side note, several Cast Members we’ve talked to have said that Pennsylvania is one of the states that they get the most guests from. I know a lot of Cast Members were originally from the Keystone state as well.
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