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Planning a trip to Disney World?

Through June 27th, 2020, Florida Residents can score 3-day Discover Disneyworld Tickets for $175 plus tax. Plus, you can add a 4th day for just $20 more – that’s 4 days for $49 per day!

Note that Proof of Florida residency is required and all adults will need to show proof of Florida residency at the park entrance. Tickets expire on June 30, 2020.

This Discover Disney Ticket gains you access to Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom on three or four separate days. You will be able to visit one theme park per day. If you want to experience multiple theme parks on the same day, you can upgrade to a Discover Disney Ticket that includes the Park Hopper option or the Park Hopper Plus option.

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Not a Florida Resident? Grab this deal!

If your trip is before September 30th, 2020, you’re in luck! Walt Disney World is offering a four-day, 4-Park Magic Ticket for as low as just $89 per day!

This 4-Park Magic Ticket gains you access to FOUR parks on four separate days! You’ll get one day of admission to Magic Kingdom Park, one day of admission to Epcot, one day of admission to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and one day of admission to Disney’s Animal Kingdom!

Note that you must select a start date on or before September 30th, 2020, and your ticket will expire seven days after your selected start date. Prices vary based on the start date selected, and lower prices may apply on certain dates!

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Even better, you can upgrade your 4-Park Magic Ticket to include one admission to either Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon or Disney’s Blizzard Beach water parks, plus one admission to the new NBA Experience at Disney Springs – this upgrade is just $40!

Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable and exclude activities/events separately priced. Higher-priced tickets are valid for use on dates at a lower price.


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  1. Lo

    I know more privileges have been opened this year to veterans such as the commissary and mwr but I can’t figure out if that includes discount Disney tickets. Anyone know? Thanks

    • Bmarin28

      I’m not sure. I know my husband as a 100% disabled veteran gets these benefits, but I’m not sure how that’s working with benefits being extended to all veterans. Your best bet would probably be to contact the MWR office closest to you. We purchase our tickets directly from them.

    • Chelsea

      We are figuring that out! The list said that “some ticketing options” would be available! Fingers crossed 🙂

    • Sam

      You should check Disney to see what ID you need and what ID you have. You would buy the ticket from MWR but if you don’t have the proper ID you can’t active it at the Disney Park. If you follow the link above it should have all the info you are looking for.

    • Sam

      Eligibility
      “Eligible Service Members” are active or retired U.S. military personnel (including active or retired members of 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). Valid military identification required for purchase. Spouses of Military Service Members and PHS and NOAA Commissioned Corps 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.

  2. crystalkei

    There’s also a military salute room discount at the resorts!

    • Sam

      The Shades of Green also has a hotel on Disney property. Has an AAFES inside and MWR to buy tickets to all the parks. The buffet is amazing and certain packages include it.

  3. LinMar

    What is the memory maker deal? I may have missed it, but couldn’t find it mentioned? Thanks

    • crystalkei

      If you’re eligible active duty or retired military you can get memory maker for $98 instead of $199. You just present your military ID card at guest services and they can help you.

    • Lo

      It’s a picture package. You know the pics they take of you on rides.

      • Jodi

        Every picture taken throughout the park. Anywhere…character pics, random pics taken by their photographers. Well worth the price!

  4. Alexandra Baldwin

    My mom lost my dad who was a retired Army Veteran and police officer. My sister and I are bring her to Disney world for a mother and daughters week in May 2020. Is there any kind of discount or specials to make this vacation special for her? Thank you.

  5. Kats

    You can go to MWR office at most military base, Coast Guard station, and even some reserve stations, you can get your tickets through them, sometime they have to be ordered, and must pay in advance, they would NOT let me order over the phone. You can also buy at Shades of Green, buying at the Disney gate, you will pay more for the tickets because they charge taxes. The authorized person who bought the tickets must bring proof of eligibility, they must go to the park and register every tickets with the person using the ticket, everyone must be present, or the eligible person will be making numerous trips to guest relations at the park. There is a limit of 6 tickets per family, but if you have friends or other family members, siblings, cousins that are eligible, they can also get 6 tickets. The tickets are good for the whole calendar year, must be used by Dec 18 2020 this year, some blackout dates, they don’t expire 14 days after the first day you use them like normal tickets do. If you are planning to visit Disney on more than once in the same calendar year, you save a few days for your next visit, not having to buy tickets every time. Hope this info helps.

  6. Kats

    Alexandra
    As long as she has not remarried and she has an ID card, she should get all discounts. Go to hanscomfss.com, find 2020 Walt Disney tickets, they will give you a little more info, also call Disney direct, they have room discounts that are not listed on their website for retired military.

  7. chantelrebecca1

    The title said there was a special on Memory Maker but I have read the post several times and do not see it mentioned. Others here have mentioned the price is $98 but it would be nice if you could add the info to the actual post since it is in the title. Thanks for the heads up though as we are headed there soon and that will save us $70!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      SO sorry for the confusion. Thanks a bunch for pointing that out! We are adding the Memory Maker information now!

  8. Jenna

    I see “active and retired” but are their ever discounts for regular Veterans and their families?

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