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Disney Military Discounts 2017


Disney Military Discounts 2017

Everybody has been asking “Will Disney World continue the Military Discounts for 2017?” and the answer is a most definitely YES!  Disney Military Discounts for 2017 are here for another year.

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Three cheers for Mickey Mouse!

HOWEVER,  Four-day park-hopper passes will start at $209 which is a significant price increase over 2016.

Active and retired U.S. military personnel can purchase the promotional tickets for themselves and up to five additional family members or friends.

The tickets may be used from Jan. 1 – Dec. 19, 2017, except between April 9 – 23. All tickets are non-transferable and must be used by Dec. 19, 2017.

Tickets cam be used January 1, 2017 through December 19th, 2017 — with April 9th through the 23rd are blacked out.

Rumor has it that Disney Resort room discounts will also continue for 2017.

For information call 407-939-5684 or stop by any participating U.S. military base ticket offices.

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TIDBIT: Many military folks believe the military member MUST use one the 6 tickets purchased. However, if the military member already has an annual pass one of the 6 tickets DOES NOT need to be used by the military member.




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Disney Polynesian Beach


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Have you ever seen this sign at Disney’s Polynesian Resort?

There’s quite a debate about the whole issue of non-resort guests using the amenities at the Polynesian on many websites/forums.

Having stayed at the Polynesian numerous times I find it amazing how so many people believe they should be able to use the amenities at the Polynesian even though they are not staying there.  I do know that prior to the internet being a huge source of information for the majority of Disney vacationers the use of the resort amenities by non-paying guests was not an issue.

It is a huge issue nowadays because everyone wants to go to the best place on property to see the Magic Kingdom’s fireworks.

Unfortunately, Disney does not always enforce the rules as stated on this sign.