2 FREE Theme Park Days w/ a 4-Night Room & Ticket Package at Walt Disney World
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Plan your next trip to Disney World with ticket discounts!
Disney World has unveiled some of their best ticket discounts making this a great time to start planning your next family vacation!
One of their best deals we spotted was an offer for two FREE theme park days when you purchase a 4-night/3-day room-and-ticket package at select Disney Resort hotels. This offer is valid for vacation packages for travel from January 8th to September 25, 2021 and you can book with confidence because you can modify or cancel your reservation through April 30, 2021!
Are you a Florida Resident? Check out this offer…
If you currently reside in Florida, Disney World is making it easier than ever to afford a family vacation with their latest promotion where you can purchase a 4-Day Ticket for $50 Per Day + Taxes – that’s just $199 total + taxes for a 4-day adventure! Sweet!
Florida residents also have the choice for shorter visits with great discounts like a 3-day ticket for $60 per day or a 2-day ticket for $75 per day. Head over here to find more details about Florida Resident ticket discounts.
U.S. military personnel can also cash in on the savings…
The deals keep on going and Disney World is also saluting all U.S. Military Personnel with an awesome savings advantage of special multi-day passes!
Check out these military discount deals…
- 6-Day Military Promotional Tickets (Purchase through February 14, 2021)
With the Park Hopper Option: $301 +tax
- 5-Day Military Promotional Tickets (Purchase through February 14, 2021)
With the Park Hopper Option: $283 +tax
- 4-Day Military Promotional Tickets (Purchase through February 14, 2021)
With the Park Hopper Option: $265 +tax
Enjoy the happiest place on Earth in a safer way…
To ensure the safety of all guests and team members, face masks will also be required for cast members and guests ages two and up in the parks and resort hotels. Upon arrival at Walt Disney World, you may undergo a temperature screening with no-touch thermometers as well.
In addition, Walt Disney World has made many changes to future visits to maintain safety and general wellbeing. Before you visit the park be sure you have reviewed their new guidelines based on guidance from health authorities, such as the CDC and appropriate government agencies. You can read more about future visits here.
Plus, when it is time for you to visit the park, every guest must have both a valid Theme park ticket and a Theme Park Reservation for the same park on the same date, for each day they wish to visit the Disney Parks (required for each person in your party ages 3 and up and limit one park per day).
To create your reservation and link your book, be sure to set up your My Disney Experience account here. Plus, it is beneficial to have the My Disney Experience app on your mobile devices, with location services and notifications enabled.
Bring the magic home and watch your favorite movies on Disney+!
Anyone know if they are doing any kind of discount for first responders
Hi! There are not any specific discounts for first responders but they do have some great deals for certain travel dates through the beginning of summer. I am a travel agent specializing in Disney Destinations, let me know if you have any additional questions! RachaelMertz@travelmation . net
Glad military is recognized but I hate that first responders aren’t. Pet peeve.
Disabled veterans are NOT given a discount. Only active duty and retired.
Disabled vets may not be able to get the Salute tickets, but you can still get discounted tickets and possibly room packages if you are able to purchase through ITT on base. You would also be able to stay at Shades of Green and purchase discounted theme park tickets there just like on base. We are DVC owners now but before we went whole hog we used to stay at Shades. It is a great MWR resort with very large rooms, a great pool, transportation and it is only a five minute walk to the Poly.
@juli military have always (at least within the last 10 years, but I think more) gotten discounts at all Disney parks… a few years ago I lived abroad in Europe (working in government) and went to Disney Paris with some of my US military friends stationed in Europe and we got discounted tickets (have to have a military ID per so many ppl- I think it was 1 military ID per 3-4 ppl when we went)…. I think the discount mainly stems from them often being stationed overseas and sometimes in areas they can’t bring their families with them and not being able to see them for months (sometimes even years… and too often some come back who are no longer able to make memories) vs a worker who gets to go home every day and be with family 🤷🏼♀️ Also in the USA they give huge discounts to locals (which I think they should stop doing)
If anyone is looking for a quote from a travel agent let me know! C.firstname.lastname@example.org Working with me means staying on top of deals, upgrading to promotions as they become available and getting that personal touch!
Disney is hard enough to visit but face masks make it even more unpleasant. I’ll wait until masks aren’t required.
Same, now way going there wearing mask
Trust me, I HATE MASKS!…but wearing them at Disney isn’t that bad, even with the heat. We live about 6 1/2 hours away and are annual pass holders. We have been every month since September and have reservations for MLK weekend and then again Presidents Day weekend. The last conversation we had with a cast member, masks will probably be required at Disney until 2022. As long as Disney is open and we can travel down to there, we will….mask or no mask. PS….if you plan on visiting Disney, I highly recommend that you go through a super helpful, Disney knowledgeable travel agent. It is no cost to you and very helpful in getting you the best deal.
I agree ct0211. I live in Wisconsin and went in August and November. Yes, there are times the mask is annoying (we all experience that). But, we found ourselves more distracted, especially while moving, and noticed it less than, say, at the grocery store.
Are they still doing parade? What r the pros and cons after COVID-19? We wanted to visit but not with full fun or limited rides…TIA
There are not formal parades right now. They do have Cavalcades (basically one float parade) that pop up throughout the day. Personally, I prefer that to waiting along a crowded street to watch the whole thing.
Right now, they are operating at about 35% capacity. Some offerings are not available (character meet and greets, stage shows, etc) but all rides are still operating and more and more dining locations are reopening.
I live in central FL so we go to Disney all the time, but I cannot imagine paying high Disney prices for the experience you get now during COVID. We tried once post-COVID with our annual passes, and it was just not enjoyable at all–so many features/attractions not available, no fast passes, no parades, no characters, no fireworks, and much longer than normal lines. I’d suggest using this time to save your hard-earned money and waiting until the experience is worth the $$$ again.
Thanks for the tip! I live pretty close to Disneyland snd have thought seriously about going to Disney World, but it sounds like it would be best to wait on that. I really wish Disneyland was opened, but we’ve had so much heartbreak because of Covid in SoCal. I look forward to going when it’s safe. I have already had Covid and hope to not get it again. Stay safe everyone!
Central Floridian with annual passes here…and I totally agree. If the passes weren’t Santa’s gift to the kids last year, we would have opted for the refund when they were offering to cancel passes this summer. We go about every other weekend to get the most out of them, but the magic is really lacking for the reasons already stated. No matter the rumors, it’s not a “ghost town” anymore as they’ve increased capacity but not really opened up a lot of additional shows/entertainment. Lines are long, if not due to the lack of entertainment options that siphoned off some people from the rides, then due cleaning cycles required. Masks were really tough to deal with this summer, but are better right now with the cooler weather (I’m sure that’s true all over the country), but you aren’t able to eat/drink in line now because that obviously requires you to remove your mask. Not a deal breaker for adults, but hard on kids stuck in a 60+ min line for the most popular attractions. I appreciate that Disney is doing it’s best and those workers have employment, but your definitely not getting the same experience any more.
Yes – this is an active promotion. However, it is only valid on non-discounted room rates. I applied promotions to several clients reservations today (yes, I’m a travel agent – services are free – end shameless plug) and found that the room discounts were the better offer for nearly all my clients. Currently, there are room discounts available through July 10, 2021
Can you use Disney reward dollars to book?
Absolutely!! Rewards cards, gift cards, any savings measure Encourage!
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I encourage all savings methods! Have a Target RedCard, buy Disney gift cards with it for 5% off. Sam’s Member? They sell discounted gift cards. Yes, the Disney Visa has redemption and even a special offer for card holders right now.
I encourage (sorry for the fat fingers) savings measures! Have a Target RedCard? That’s 5% off for buying Disney gift cards with that. Have a Sam’s Club membership? They sell Disney gift cards at a reduced rate. I have some other tips, though some offers are changing.
I’m a Florida resident, my husband and kids are not… will that be an issue at the gate? For the Florida resident promotion?
Yes, for your husband at least. They are really strict on a current FL ID for each adult.
All adults must show proof of residency at the gate. Your children would pass with your proof. Your husband would not be able to use the resident rate.