Members of the US Military can now view and purchase 2020 theme park tickets to Walt Disney World! Available as a 4-day, 5-day or 6-day Disney Military Promotional Ticket, the Park Hopper Plus option can be added for only $50 more, plus tax.
The promotional tickets below are available for purchase:
6-Day Military Promotional Tickets (Purchase now through December 13, 2020)
- With the Park Hopper Option: $301 plus tax
- With the Park Hopper Plus Option: $351 plus tax
5-Day Military Promotional Tickets (Purchase now through December 14, 2020)
- With the Park Hopper Option: $283 plus tax
- With the Park Hopper Plus Option: $333 plus tax
4-Day Military Promotional Tickets (Purchase now through December 15, 2020)
- With the Park Hopper Option: $265 plus tax
- With the Park Hopper Plus Option: $315 plus tax
Receive admission for 4, 5 or 6 days when you visit during the period from January 1, 2020, through December 18, 2020. You can also purchase the Memory Maker product for a special price of $98 from January 1, 2020, through December 18, 2020.
Disney Military Promotional Tickets may be purchased at participating U.S. military sales outlets by Eligible Service Members or their spouses (but not both), for use by themselves and family members and friends, as provided herein. These Tickets may not be otherwise transferred, distributed or resold. You can view the full terms and conditions on Disney’s website.
4 thoughts on “2020 Military Pricing Released for Walt Disney World Theme Park Tickets, Available for Purchase Now”
always puzzles me as to the price discounts given to members of the military who may not have spent a day outside the USA, when VETERANS who actually took up arms for the country are treated just like run of the mill people. I graduated from High School with a guy who RETIRED from the army but was in a service area that he played softball and coached his entire career. NO COMBAT PATCH on his uniform, but discounts abound. People who spent four years active and were in a real live war zone getting shot at–nothing…. something wrong there??
There isn’t any puzzle. People “serve” because they choose to serve…without expectation for anything. Instead of questioning why others are receiving a discount, be thankful that the discounts are offered. I am a veteran. I served 5 years. My husband served 30 years in the Marine Corps and retired. He gets discounts. I do not. I am thankful that companies, parks, vendors, etc., offer a military discount. They are not required too. And, we are not entitled to a discount because we serve. And, those that serve shouldn’t shun their nose at any service member who served in any capacity. When we sign on the dotted line, we don’t determine what our duties will be and where we will be stationed. If duty calls, we all answer that call. So what if you went overseas and took up arms? Every single one of us took an oath to defend our country against all enemies, both foreign and domestic. We don’t choose our duties and where we go. That guy you graduated with deserves to be recognized. I am sure if he retired, he deployed some time in his career. And, I am sure that his family spent many nights without him. There isn’t “ANYTHING” wrong with people choosing to give a discount. Yes…your service is appreciated. No…you don’t get a discount for the remainder of your life. If someone gives discounts, say thank you. If they don’t, it’s not an entitlement. But, to compare your service to someone else’s is just wrong. And, it’s the reason why many people don’t offer discounts. Military retirees and active duty get ID’s. There isn’t an ID for veterans who “served in a greater capacity than other veterans.” So, thank you Disney World for offering discounts to military members and their dependents…in any capacity that you choose to do.
Also, unless it was changed… I’m pretty sure 100% Service Connected Disabled vets get the same price.
How much are the tickets
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