Military Discounts For Disney Parks, Cruises & Resorts

Always research ways to save on your next Disney vacation. As a veteran’s wife I enjoy sharing deals for armed forces professional active and retired. Disney recently released it’s discounts for military take a moment and check out the following promotions on parks and resorts. You’ll need a valid ID to take advantage of these savings.

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Hopper Tickets

Through Disney’s Armed Forces Salute program, military personnel can get discounted tickets to Disney theme parks. These deals are good for all military members, including active duty, National Guard, Reserve, retired military and spouses.

For the 2019 Armed Forces Salute at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, choose between a Disney 4-Day Military Promotional Ticket or a 5-Day Military Promotional Ticket. Purchase through December 15, 2019 and receive 5-Day Military Promotional Tickets for $257 plus tax when you visit during through December 19, 2019. Purchase now through December 16, 2019 and receive 4-Day Military Promotional Tickets for $241 plus tax, during the same period. Add the Park Hopper Plus Option for $50 more plus tax. You can also purchase the Memory Maker product for a special price of $98 through December 19, 2019.

Tickets can’t be combined with other discounts or promotions, they aren’t valid on certain blackout dates, and they’re limited to six tickets. Please let me know if you’re interested inplanning your next vacation getaway. How to reach me Ranesha@goofygetaways.com

Disney Hotels

The Disney Armed Forces Salute program also applies to Disney Resort hotels, where military members can get select rooms at 30-40% off the normal rates. This includes a variety of deluxe resorts, moderate resorts, and value resorts at Walt Disney World in Florida. Disneyland Resort hotels in California include Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel, Disneyland Hotel, and Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa.

The number of rooms at the reduced rate is limited, and minimum stay requirements may apply. Just like ticket sales, the discounts on resort rooms are also subject to blackout dates.

Extra Magic Hours

Another perk of being a Disney Resort hotel guest is Extra Magic Hours. This allows you early admission to select attractions, stores, entertainment and restaurants during each day of your hotel stay. That’s one extra hour of fun before the park opens to the general public, which is a great way to enjoy a slower pace and shorter lines. Each park has an Extra Magic Hour schedule. That means this perk isn’t applicable every day of the week or at every park.

Shades of Green

Another option for lodging is Shades of Green. Shades of Green is an Armed Forces Recreation Center (AFRC) in Orlando, Florida. It is a military-owned resort located within Walt Disney World that offers affordable military room rates and discounted tickets for all Disney World venues. It also offers complimentary bus transportation to the Disney World Theme parks and to the Transportation and Ticket Center, as well as the Extra Magic Hours benefit.

Disney Cruises

The Disney Cruise Line offers military discounted cruise rates on select sailings. Discounts are typically announced 30-60 days out. The discounts are always changing, so visit their website frequently to look for updates.

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7 thoughts on “Military Discounts For Disney Parks, Cruises & Resorts

  1. Thanks so much for sharing this. I never knew Disney offered military discounts. It makes sense, though. I can’t think of any place that doesn’t.

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  2. I’m all for any organization that gives discounts to our military. What a great way to save some money to be able to go to Disney!

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