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Through December 15th, 2019, Walt Disney World is offering both active and retired U.S. Military personnel special discounted ticket prices for 2019!

You can choose between a 4-Day Military Promotional Ticket for just $241 (regularly around $446) or a 5-Day Military Promotional Ticket for only $257 (regularly around $461) – AND the Park Hopper Option is included so you can come and go as you please at all 4 theme parks during each day of your ticket!

You can also upgrade your tickets to the Park Hopper Plus for $50 more. This gives you access to Disney’s Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon water parks, golfing at Oak Trail, the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, the Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Course and much more.

These offers apply to active and retired members of the United States Military including the National Guard, Reservists, the U.S. Coast Guard, the Commissioned Corps of the Public Health Service (PHS), and the Commissioned Corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

Spouses of Military Service Members also qualify if they are able to present valid and active U.S. Military IDs in the absence of active or retired Military Personnel or Commissioned Corps Members.

Active and retired U.S. military personnel can purchase Disney Military Promotional Tickets for themselves and up to five additional family members or friends. No more than six Disney Military Promotional Tickets may be purchased by any eligible member of the U.S. military (or spouse) pursuant to this offer.

All tickets and options are non-transferable and must be used by December 19, 2019.

In addition, military members can also purchase the Memory Maker product for a special price of just $98 from January 1, 2019, through December 19, 2019. The Memory Maker includes unlimited digital downloads of all your Disney PhotoPass photos and videos, select attraction photos and videos, select character dining photos, discounts on prints of your photos, digital borders, stickers to personalize your photos and more!

No more than two Memory Maker products may be purchased at the special price.

(Thanks, ClarkDeals!)

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  1. DC

    Such great perks! Thank you!
    You can also sign up for the Chase Disney Visa and earn many more rewards.
    If anyone is wanting to sign up for the Chase Disney visa and earn $200 to apply toward your trip you can Use my referral link to sign up for the Disney Chase Visa. Spend $500 on your card within the first 3 months and get a $200 statement credit! The. Refer your family members and receive $100 Disney dollars. Have him sign up for the statement credit and it’s an easy free $500! This card has a lot of perks for when you are in the park too. Like card member only meet and greets!

  2. Tracy

    It’s a shame it doesn’t apply to Veterans. Especially ones who have actually fought in wars.

    • IB

      Says retired, which means veterans

      • Meg

        If you serve a “career” (20+yrs) in the military, you are considered a retiree. Veterans could have served any length of time, but we aren’t considered retirees and usually aren’t entitled to the retiree benefits/deals. At least this is my understanding, I would love to be wrong!

      • Brittanee

        Retired and veteran status are different. But we get the military package every year and at least in the past veterans did qualify as well. I would call Shades of Green and ask their ticket department to check. They are great there.

    • Laura c

      They say to go to the installation for purchase. If you can get into a installation, I would check their travel office.

      (May be active duty/retired because they are sold through the installations, and you have to be able to get onto the installation)

    • Aleshia

      I agree. My husband served 7 years with 4 long deployments while active duty in the Navy. That doesn’t include the times he went out a month here or 3 weeks there. He is 80% disabled. He is now a police officer, but they do not offer first responder tickets either. They do allow 100% disabled veteran to get discounts.

      • TaraB

        How did he get 80% disability and still become a Cop?

  3. Nicole

    Thank you to our military and their families for serving our beautiful country. For all of your sacrifices you deserve this wonderful discount to Disneyland/Disney World. Thank you!!!

  4. Tara

    If anyone is a Florida resident, it’s cheaper. 3 day is $175 and 4 day is $195. The tickets have to be used sooner, but there’s no blackout from now until June.

  5. TaraB

    Yeah Sucks its not for VETERANS…..

  6. chickie00

    Any idea how often this kind of deal comes around? Wanting to go next year or early 2021. Thx!

    • Amanda

      Every year there is this deal = ) At least for many years in the past they have been doing it.

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