Disney launches new vacation gifting site

Oct 10, 2017 in "The Walt Disney Company"

Disney has today launched GiveDisneyVacations.com - a new way to gift someone something as little as a $25 gift card, all the way through to an Adventures by Disney vacation or membership with Disney Vacation Club.


Arriving at the site, you can choose from Disney Gift Cards, Theme park tickets, and entire vacations with Adventures by Disney, Aulani, Disney Cruise Line, Disneyland Resort, Disney Vacation Club and Walt Disney World Resort.

As a special introductory offer, available now through November 15 2017, you can purchase a special Walt Disney World Resort package for any time during the 2018 calendar year. The package consists of a 6-Night/7-Day room and ticket package at one of Disney's All-Star Resorts for $96 per person, per night. The resort package will be delivered in a special holiday gift box, and delivery is guaranteed before December 15 2017.

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Article Posted: Oct 10, 2017 / 3:41pm EDT
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OliveMcFlyOct 20, 2017

Yes but I think it would be so magical if it was just there for them like a gift from Mickey or something.

wdwmagicOct 19, 2017

That sounds a great gift! Congrats on the grand baby!

Bullseye1967Oct 19, 2017

I just gifted my son and his girlfriend 4 days and 3 nights at the Poly and in the parks. There is a grand baby in the future and hopefully they will really enjoy this before all the responsibilities of parenthood hit. I was so glad I could do it this way, I wanted them to spend as little money as possible. Yes a gift card would have worked, but this allowed me to pay for their room, dining and park admission. I think it is a useful thing to use. They are traveling from Indiana and I sent him a $200 gas card along with a $400 visa pre paid to get what they want. Disney can't cover it all, but the ability to do this was cool. Very easy to choose the options.

Tony the TiggerOct 19, 2017

Wouldn't a gift card work for that?

OliveMcFlyOct 16, 2017

I was hoping there would be a way to add spending to their package. We want to give my niece and nephew some spending for their trip and it would be so convenient to add it like on board credit for a cruise. Maybe they do this because I lose interest and don't finish reading.

rael ramoneOct 13, 2017

Years and years ago a friend of mine at their wedding had a Disney 'Wedding Registry' where you could buy meals, drinks, etc for the couple. As far as this. This is a good way to increase revenue. Doesn't feel like a money grab. Doesn't monetize things that used to come with the high admission price. Credit where credit is due. This is good.

MySmallWorldof4Oct 12, 2017

I must have the wrong relatives.;)

JoeCamelOct 11, 2017

Ask Harvey, he might help. He likes doing things for people that help him out.

MansionButler84Oct 11, 2017

Is there a How-To guide on how to get a benefactor? I wasn’t allowed to become a Playboy bunny and now that ship has sailed.

fngoofyOct 11, 2017

On our vacation last month we had lengthy conversations with maybe 6 or so families and 2 of them were in this category.

Tony the TiggerOct 11, 2017

I can definitely see this as an easy thing for someone to forward to grandparents or aunts, etc. to make it easy for them to buy a Disney gift for Christmas or birthday, etc. It doesn’t happen to me, but I know a couple who met us there recently, and one of their aunts paid for the whole trip.

PrincessNelly_NJOct 11, 2017

Honestly, I've seen lots of people on different forums saying that their parents or grandparents were paying for their trips. Apparently I need new parents/grandparents because I'm lucky to get $50 from either :D jk

JohnDOct 11, 2017

I forwarded to my friends on Facebook. I don't have any takers. Rats. But maybe I'll find out at Christmas! (Right. That's as likely as winning PowerBall.)

wdwmagicOct 11, 2017

or entire vacations.