Military members can save extra on tickets to Walt Disney World Resort!
Walt Disney World Resort is saluting U.S. military personnel by offering promotional theme park tickets for visits in the New Year.
Military members can choose between a 4-Day Military Promotional Ticket or a 5-Day Military Promotional Ticket that includes the Park Hopper Option which permits visits up to all four theme parks on the same day.
Per person prices for the promotional tickets available for purchase (tax additional):
- 4-Day Military Promotional Ticket with the Park Hopper Option, $241
- 5-Day Military Promotional Ticket with the Park Hopper Option, $257
- 4-Day Military Promotional Ticket with the Park Hopper Plus Option, $291
- 5-Day Military Promotional Ticket with the Park Hopper Plus Option, $307
Purchase 5-Day Military Promotional Tickets through December 15 and through December 16 for the 4-Day Military Promotional Tickets. Valid on park visits now through December 19.
For a little extra magic, add the Park Hopper Plus Option for $50 more. This option includes admissions to Disney’s Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon water parks; a round of golf at Oak Trail; the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex; the Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Course and more.
Another great way for U.S. Military to save is with the special Disney resort offers, which are valid for most nights now through April 13 and April 26 through December 19. To check hotel availability and book this offer, call 1-407-939-4249. Select rooms and resorts are excluded in this offer and blackout dates may apply.
Eligibility for both of the special park ticket and hotel rates:
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, and the Commissioned Corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. 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.