Star Wars Galaxy's Edge Guests Walking Entry; multigenerational family, mom and daughter holding hands, father holding son
  • On Aug 15, 2023
    James from Dorset Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I’m a British Veteran visiting my daughter in Ocala Is there a discount available for me to visit the parks with her family who have season tickets

    Greetings, James,

    Welcome to planDisney. And thank you for your service to your country.

    I am sure your daughter is pleased to have you visiting and is excited to share in the joy of a visit to the Disney Parks.

    I’m happy to share with you my tips for saving on visits to Disney theme parks. I usually start by checking the special offers and discounts for my destination. Here’s the offers list for the Disneyland Resort in California. And this link is to the deals available for the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. Those offers are updated frequently. So it’s a good idea to look over the latest offerings as your visit to the theme parks approaches.

    You may have heard of the specially priced theme park tickets for members of the United States military. Eligible Guests can purchase these tickets from a participating military installation near them and then take them to the parks. Although not as well-advertised, other organizations often make available specially priced Disney theme park tickets to their members as well. I have found such offers available for purchase through my local credit union, discount warehouse club, and employer perks program.

    One of my preferred ways to save on visits to Disney Parks is to purchase Disney Gift Cards at a discount. This type of savings is often available at select discount warehouse clubs or even some retailers when using their store credit or debit card. If your daughter has access to these type of savings, it may be worth leveraging them as well.

    Finally, one of the best ways to save on visits to the Disney Parks is to do what your daughter does: purchase a Disneyland Resort Magic Key pass or a Walt Disney World Resort Annual Pass. Of course, this is a great way to save on park admission. And the more a passholder visits, the more they save on admission per visit. Then, the magical bonus of passholder discounts on select dining and shopping adds even more value to the pass. So maybe you should ask your daughter to pay for food and souvenirs when you visit!

    I hope that gives a few ideas you can use in order to make your visit to the Disney Parks even easier on your pocketbook. Thanks for visiting us at planDisney, James.

    Have a magical time!
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Meet the Panelist: Tony, Utah

Coming to you from the Beehive State, I’m a Disney-loving dad and husband, buzzing with excitement to share advice and tips for making your Disneyland Resort vacation as magical as possible! I’m excited to help you discover the storytelling magic of the “Happiest Place on Earth!” Learn More About Tony

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