Avengers Campus featuring Captain America
  • On Feb 20, 2023
    Jessica from IL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello, I have a brother in the military and lives in South Carolina. I read that tickets can be purchased at a military base, is he able to purchase tickets for me and my direct family or that offer only applies to the military member and his family only?

    Hey there, Jessica! Welcome to planDisney. We are so glad you've stopped by with your ticket question!

    As a military spouse myself, our family loves the opportunity to enjoy the military offers that both Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort provide. You are correct that most military base ticket offices provide tickets at a discount. Usually, there are two different types of discounted tickets available for purchase. The first option is the Disney Military Promotional Park Hopper Ticket. This offer allows active duty and retired military members to purchase tickets at a highly discounted rate. These tickets are limited to 6 per promotional period and one of these tickets must be used by the military member or their spouse. This means you would only be able to use these tickets if your brother purchased them and was present and used one of those tickets with you. The service member or spouse has to be present at the time of redeeming these tickets for the first time at the turnstile and present their military ID. The second option is a standard park ticket that has a smaller discount. This ticket type is the type that he would be able to purchase for you and your family to use without him being present. I would recommend that you find his military base ticket office's website or telephone number to inquire ahead of time if they offer Disneyland Tickets. Usually, ticket offices offer both Walt Disney World and Disneyland tickets, but sometimes they do not have the tickets on hand.

    If you do have your brother purchase these tickets for you, you will want to be sure he sends you the tickets as soon as possible. This is because you will need to link these tickets to your Disney account and make theme park ticket reservations for them. Theme park ticket reservations along with a valid ticket are required for entry into the parks currently. Each ticket will need a reservation and reservations can be made up to 120 days in advance. Reservations can and will book up during popular times to visit, so just be sure to make that a priority.

    Jessica, thanks again for stopping by! On behalf of all of us here at planDisney, please thank your brother for his service.

    Carrie
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Meet the Panelist: Carrie, California

Well hello friend! I'm Carrie, a work-from-home mama and military wife who currently calls sunny San Diego home. We love that we are close enough to Disneyland Resort to make a last-minute trip to see the Mouse quite frequently. You'll find us in the parks braving drops and coasters to work up our appetite to take as many snack breaks as we can fit in! I love helping my friends plan memorable trips to Disneyland Resort and can't wait to help you too! Learn More About Carrie

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