New Walt Disney World Vacation Package for U.K. Visitors Includes Dining & Merchandise Credit, 14-Day Tickets, Gift Card, and More

Disney has announced a 2023 “the magic is yours” vacation package for U.K. tourists visiting Walt Disney World Resort.

Included in this package is a dining and merchandise credit of up to $1,200, a 14-day Magic Ticket for the price of a 7-day ticket, Memory Maker, a $200 Disney gift card, and two tickets to Cirque du Soleil’s “Drawn to Life.”

To take advantage of this deal, guests will need to book by July 27, 2022, for vacations between January 1 and March 25 or April 17 and December 17, 2023. There is a minimum stay of five consecutive nights and a maximum of 21 consecutive nights.

The exact perks can vary slightly depending on the length of stay and the Walt Disney World Resort hotel. For example, a two-week vacation at one of Disney’s All-Star Resorts includes a $500 dining and merchandise credit. Meanwhile, a two-week stay at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort includes a $1,000 dining and merchandise credit.

For more information on booking your next trip with our official travel agent sponsor, the Vacationeer, visit wdwnt.travel.

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We also reported on a Walt Disney World Dining Promo Card for U.K. visitors earlier this year.

Will you be taking advantage of this package? Let us know in the comments!

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  1. what about the usa people, all we get is, well u know what??? every thing taken away,

    1. because we know what chapek has done to disney. he hopes people across the pond have not figured it all out yet. but, it is their money to spend. if they have enough to spend there 21 nights, maybe they will figure it out on their own. especially after having to pay for genie and lightning lane. if they can get a park reservation that is. last time that happened for international visitors, i hear universal was very welcoming to them.

  2. Absolutely ridiculous. It’s obvious that people from the UK don’t need incentives to come because they are always there in mass.

  3. Why are there all this perks for uk visitors but not for other countries like Australia.

  4. Floridians get discounts because they can up and visit more easily then anytime else. The other 49 states have to pay full price year round despite the expense and effort to get there. Now UK residence get deals the rest of us will never get a fragment of. This is coming from a Texan heading home from a ten day trip to the parks.

  5. Seriously, what about the US people who don’t live in Florida? A little bit of a discount on hotels if you catch the deal in time or if you have Disney+. This is just insane.

  6. This is actually much less generous than pre-pandemic when the offer for quite a long time had been a free Disney dining plan. Up to $1200 PER ROOM, not per person, is significantly less- especially when you think about how prices in restaurants etc. have been increasing. We’re wanting to return to WDW as we had originally booked for 2020 but pandemic scuppered that, but it’s so much more expensive now that I’m not sure it’s worth it. Flights also around double what we’d paid before since Norwegian Air basically went bust.

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