Disney Parks Offering Special Tickets and Room Rates for U.S. Military in 2019

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Disney is kicking off the New Year right by offering special deals on theme park tickets and resort stays for most dates in 2019 for both active-duty and retired U.S. military.

Beginning January 1, 2019, multi-day Disney Military Promotional Tickets will be available for both Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort. Take a look at the details below:

At Walt Disney World Resort Military Promotional Tickets include four and five-day tickets with Park Hooper or Park Hopper Plus. For more information on this deal, or to buy tickets, just follow the link here. Over at Disneyland Resort Military Promotional Tickets are offered in three or four-day Park Hopper tickers valid for either an adult or child with blockout dates on select days in April. To read more or shop online for this deal, just follow this link.

Another great way for U.S. Military to save is with the special resort offers, which are valid for most nights January 1, 2019 through April 13, 2019, and April 26, 2019 through December 19, 2019 at Walt Disney World, as well as from most nights January 1, 2019 through December 19, 2019 at Disneyland Resort.

Also, active-duty and retired U.S. military personnel can take advantage of great rates at select Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort hotels. The Walt Disney World Resort room offer is valid for stays most nights from Jan. 1, 2019, through April 13, 2019, and April 26, 2019, through Dec. 19, 2019. The Disneyland Resort room offer is valid for stays most nights from Jan. 1, 2019, through Dec.19, 2019.

Here are some additional details worth mentioning:

These offers are only for Eligible Service Members, which includes active-duty or retired members of the U.S. military, including the National Guard, Reservists and Coast Guard, the Commissioned Corps of the Public Health Service, and the Commissioned Corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Disney Military Promotional Tickets can be purchased at participating U.S. military sales outlets by Eligible Service Members or their spouses only (but not by both), for personal use and other family members and friends. These Tickets cannot be transferred, distributed, or resold. Each Disney Military Promotional Ticket has to be used by the same person on all days. Valid military identification is required for purchase and use of special theme park tickets. This offer may not be combined with other ticket discounts or promotions.

Eligible Service Members cannot purchase more than six Disney Military Promotional Tickets (regardless of the place of purchase). Additionally, one of the six tickets purchased must be used by the Eligible Service Member or their spouse.

Disney four-Day and five-Day Military Promotional Tickets for admission to the Walt Disney World Resort are not valid until activated by the Eligible Service Members (or their spouses) at Walt Disney World theme park ticket windows.

Disneyland Resort Military Promotional tickets are valid starting January 1, 2019 and expire December 21, 2019. Blockout days from April 14, 2019, through April 22, 2019 do apply. Tickets are not valid for Magic Morning early-entry admission at Disneyland Park.

Subject to change without notice. Other restrictions may apply.

 

For more information on ways Disney is celebrating the service of U.S. Military members, check out the Disney Parks Moms Panel’s tips for military families coming to Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort.

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Steve
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Steve

Hi,

For your readers info: you cannot purchase Disney Armed Forces Salute tickets online as your post indicates. They must be purchased in person from Disney or from a military reseller.

Also this offer was announced 27 September 2018.

Tom Corless
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Tom Corless

Disney just released this on the Disney Parks Blog, so take it up with them.