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  • On Jul 31, 2022
    Patricia from MD Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Disabity people get discount on tickets

    Hi Patricia! Welcome to planDisney.

    Looks like you are planning a soon arrival to The World's Most Magical Celebration at Walt Disney World Resort. This 18-month celebration features commemorative 50th Anniversary Celebration Merchandise throughout the parks, resorts, and shops at Disney Springs. I personally adore the retro vibe of the Vault Collection

    While Walt Disney World Resort does not offer disability discounts on Theme Park Tickets, they do make many accommodations for Guests with Disabilities to experience a fun and inclusive vacation. Guests with mobility issues can rent either Wheelchairs or Electric Conyenance Vehicles (ECVs) at all parks and Disney Springs. Review this guide to learn exactly which attractions you can stay in your mobility vehicle right up to the attraction and which attractions you will have to transfer into a ride vehicle along with other important information including Walt Disney World Resort transportation accessibility.

    For guests that have issues tolerating wait times in traditional queue lines, Walt Disney World Resort offers the Disability Access Service (DAS) program. You can pre-register anywhere from 30 to 2 days prior to your visit via a video live chat interview. Please note, that the person applying for the DAS pass must be present for the interview. Once approved, a Cast Member will assist you in preselecting two one-hour return windows for select attractions. Protip: Have everyone in your travel party linked in your "Family and Friends List" in the My Disney Experience Mobile App to experience rides and attractions for up to five additional people. Alternatively, you can register in person at Guest Relations once you enter the theme parks.

    For more information concerning Guests with Disabilities please contact Disability Services at (407) 560-2547 or email disabililty.services@disneyparks.com.

    Lastly, a friendly reminder, both a valid Theme Park Ticket and Disney Park Pass Reservation are currently required to visit the four theme parks. You can visit the availability calendar to check your desired dates.

    Keeping it Magical,
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