2018 Disney Military Promotion ticket details now available

Oct 02, 2017 in "Walt Disney World Resorts"

Active or retired members of the U.S. Military, including the National Guard, Reservists, the U.S. Coast Guard, the Commissioned Corps of the Public Health Service (PHS), and the Commissioned Corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) or their spouses may purchase specially priced 4 and 5 day Walt Disney World theme park tickets.

2018 pricing is around $20 over 2017 pricing.

Tickets are valid January 1 2018 – December 19 2018. Purchase By December 15 2018 for the Disney 5-Day Military Promotional Ticket and December 16 2018 for the Disney 4-Day Military Promotional Ticket.

4-Day Disney Military Promotion Ticket 2018

  • with the Park Hopper Option Option $226 plus tax
  • with the Park Hopper Plus Option $266 plus tax

5-Day Disney Military Promotion Ticket 2018

  • with the Park Hopper Option $246 plus tax
  • with the Park Hopper Plus Option $286 plus tax

Get full details at the Disney Military Ticket site.

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Article Posted: Oct 02, 2017 / 11:46am EDT
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WDWBigEdSep 22, 2018

Sorry to bring up an old topic, but I did not want to create a whole new one. There has been an update to the promotion. This allows DOD Civilians and DOD Contractors with a valid CAC to purchase the tickets. This is only a test as of now and will run from now till 12/19/18. Department of Defense personnel can take advantage of the Walt Disney World® Resort Military Salute room and ticket offers now through Dec. 19, 2018 U.S. military personnel have special limited-time room and ticket offers through Dec. 19, 2018. U.S. Department of Defense civilians and retired DOD civilians and full-time contract personnel and technical representatives ("DOD groups") can take advantage of these offers through Dec. 19, 2018.

WDWBigEdOct 30, 2017

Correct if you at stationed in the US and have a Attached Forces ID Card you can buy US Military discounted tickets and stay at Shades of Green.

larryzOct 03, 2017

If you're stationed in the US and have a "Attached Forces ID Card" I think it does...

matt9112Oct 03, 2017

yeah I'm pretty sure you nailed it. your tickets are already insanely cheap.....

biggy HOct 03, 2017

Its just a pity this doesn't extend to UK military like a lot of other discounts do in the US... Still a UK 14 or 21 day ticket are better value when we go for 2 or 3 weeks.

John park hopperOct 03, 2017

As this is a WDW web site and not a military forum we can agree to disagree and move on Thank You for your service

larryzOct 03, 2017

I knew some who, once receiving draft notices, ran to their nearest Air Force recruiter and tried to beat the reporting date... and liked it so much, they stayed for 20.

networkproOct 03, 2017

I knew quite a few who did chose to remain in and make a career out of the Army after being drafted.

John park hopperOct 03, 2017

Sorry I don't follow your logic. If one had no intention of joining and was forced into service why would one volunteer to continue

networkproOct 03, 2017

You had a choice to continue voluntarily, but opted out.

John park hopperOct 03, 2017

Be thankfull your service was voluntary, many of us were subject to the military draft. That's not to say I regret serving. Honestly I'd do it again if called.

networkproOct 03, 2017

It's all voluntary, you makes your choice, you takes your chances. I only did 22 and am working on my next retirement and may well do another after that. Civilian life is a walk in the park in comparison.

networkproOct 03, 2017

Your info is a bit off.

Cousin HuetOct 02, 2017

I just feel like they have to make a distinction somewhere and it seems like a logical place to make it since that is where most companies make a distinction. You get the benefits throughout life if you spend a career there (20years) or you get the benefits for the time that you do serve if you choose to get out. You serve as a firefighter for 20 years you get a pension......you don't, you get paid for your time you are there and told thank you as you leave. I don't see the confusion or controversy here. It's quite the benefit whether it is for the time you serve or for life if you do your 20yrs. Thank you Disney as the benefit is above and beyond.