2017 Disney Military Salute Announced

//2017 Disney Military Salute Announced

2017 Disney Military Salute Announced

Fayetteville Military Discounts

The Disney Military Salute has been renewed for 2017.  Here are the details from Disney’s press release.At Walt Disney World Resort from Sept. 28, 2016 through Dec. 16, 2017, active and retired U.S. military personnel (including active or retired members of 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 can purchase:

  • Disney 4-Day Military Promotional Tickets with Park Hopper Option for $209 each, plus tax.
  • Disney 4-Day Military Promotional Tickets with Water Park Fun and More Option for $209 each, plus tax.
  • Disney 4-Day Military Promotional Tickets with Park Hopper and Water Park Fun and More Options for $246 each, plus tax.
  • Disney 5-Day Military Promotional Tickets with Park Hopper Option for $224 each, plus tax.
  • Disney 5-Day Military Promotional Tickets with Water Park Fun and More Option for $224 each, plus tax.
  • Disney 5-Day Military Promotional Tickets with Park Hopper and Water Park Fun and More Options for $261 each, plus tax.

Walt Disney World Resort tickets may be used Jan.1, 2017, through Dec. 19, 2017, except that the tickets may not be used April 9 – 23, 2017. Active and retired U.S. military personnel can purchase Disney Military Promotional Tickets for themselves and up to five additional family members or friends. No more than six Disney Military Promotional Tickets may be purchased by any eligible member of the U.S. military (or spouse) pursuant to this offer. All tickets and options are non-transferable and must be used by Dec. 19, 2017. At the Disneyland Resort – from Nov. 1, 2016 through Dec. 16, 2017, active and retired U.S. military personnel (including active or retired members of 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 can purchase:

  • Disney Military Promotional 3-Day Park Hopper Tickets for $156 each.
  • Disney Military Promotional 4-Day Park Hopper Tickets for $181 each.

Disneyland tickets may be used Jan. 1 – Dec. 19, 2017, except that the tickets may not be used April 9 – 23, 2017. Active and retired U.S. military personnel can purchase Disney Military Promotional Tickets for themselves and up to five additional family members or friends. No more than six Disney Military Promotional Tickets may be purchased by any eligible member of the U.S. military (or spouse) pursuant to this offer. All tickets and options are non-transferable and must be used by Dec. 19, 2017. Active and retired U.S. military personnel can also take advantage of specially priced rooms at select Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort hotels.* This offer is valid for stays most nights from Jan. 1 – Dec. 19, 2017, except for April 9 –23, 2017. For information on Disney 4-Day/5-Day Military Promotional Tickets for admission to Walt Disney World Resort, or to make room reservations at Walt Disney World Resort, military personnel may call 407-939-5684 or participating U.S. military base ticket offices. For information regarding Disney 3-Day/4-Day Military Promotional Tickets for admission to the Disneyland Resort, or to make room reservations at the Disneyland Resort, military personnel may call 866-943-7872 or participating U.S. military base ticket offices. Information is also available at DisneyMilitaryOffers.com. Here are some other details guests should know about:

  • Disney Military Promotional Tickets may be purchased at participating U.S. military sales outlets ONLY by Eligible Service Members (defined below) or their spouses (but not both), for use by themselves and other family members and friends, as provided herein. These Tickets may not be otherwise transferred, distributed or resold.
  • “Eligible Service Members” are active or retired members of the U.S. military, including the National Guard, Reservists and 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).
  • The actual prices charged at the individual U.S. military base ticket offices for Disney Military Promotional Tickets may be less than the prices set forth above.
  • Participating military sales outlets must require that Eligible Service Members (or their spouses) present valid military identification to purchase Disney Military Promotional Tickets.
  • Subject to certain exceptions, Disney 4-Day/5-Day Military Promotional Tickets for admission to the Walt Disney World Resort are not valid until activated by the Eligible Service Members (or their spouses) at Walt Disney World theme park ticket windows. Tickets and options expire and may not be used after December 19, 2017. Valid military identification will be required for purchase and use.
  • Disney 3-Day/4-Day Military Promotional Tickets for admission to the Disneyland Resort expire and may not be used after December 19, 2017. Valid military identification will be required for purchase and use.
  • No more than six (6) Disney Military Promotional Tickets may be purchased and (if applicable) activated by any Eligible Service Member or spouse (regardless of the place of purchase and whether purchased by that person or that person’s spouse). In addition, one of the six (6) Tickets purchased must be used by the Eligible Service Member or his/her spouse.
  • Each Disney Military Promotional Ticket must be used by the same person on any and all days.

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19 Comments

  1. Michelle ihli-lynch September 28, 2016 at 22:07 - Reply

    How do we get these deals?

  2. Tyler Carrel September 29, 2016 at 07:41 - Reply

    We love disney but wish they would include all veterans on this deal….we go tqice a year and would maybe go longer.

    • Larissa October 1, 2016 at 18:54 - Reply

      I agree as my husband was released medically 1 year before retirement.

  3. Eric Guy September 29, 2016 at 09:07 - Reply

    What about Disabled VET???

  4. Bobby September 29, 2016 at 19:31 - Reply

    What about 100% diable vetrans

  5. Sandy Davis September 30, 2016 at 07:43 - Reply

    Why aren’t Veterans included. You either have to be active or retired. That doesn’t seem right.

  6. Donna Lynch Sparks September 30, 2016 at 10:42 - Reply

    I agree with the above comment about including veterans. My daughter served in the army and was given an honorable discharge for medical reasons. She is considered a disabled veteran. It is sad to me that they are not also included with other groups that served their country.

    • Jon September 30, 2016 at 15:42 - Reply

      Typically when you consider someone a disabled vet, it’s because they were injured in combat. Not for failure to adapt.

  7. Sarah hehl September 30, 2016 at 16:32 - Reply

    Yes what about disabled vets??

  8. Steve October 1, 2016 at 09:20 - Reply

    Wow, everyone wants a trophy! Dang people how can you compare a 4 year enlistment to a 20+ year career and “think”
    And chastise Disney for not offering the “deal” to vets. Just be thankful that they do offer discounts to active duty and retirees. Greed gets you no where!!! Thank you Disney, keep up the good work and don’t change your policy for the cry babies!!!

    • Jorge Valdez October 6, 2016 at 13:24 - Reply

      I’m assuming you have no family that served??? I would give the discount to a soldier that served 4 years with multiple combat tours than a soldier with 20+years with not one single deployment. Easy to serve when your country is not at war. But if that’s being greedy then I’m sorry. By the way I served 6 with half of those years in Iraq.

  9. Eri October 1, 2016 at 15:44 - Reply

    I’m a vet. As vets, we don’t need to be begging for handouts people. Get a grip. Active and retired deserve these. Vets have their perks elsewhere.

  10. Krista October 1, 2016 at 18:15 - Reply

    Doesn’t seem fair the veterans aren’t included. My husband is a veteran of OIF. He has military veteran Id from our state. He’s not retired but no longer active, he was in NG. We go to disney because of our disabled daughter. She’s wc bound , non verbal. When in Disney she is truly happy. We can’t afford to go now. She’s the reason he didn’t reen list to be home to care for her. MAKES me think disney doesn’t care about veterans.

  11. Daddy October 2, 2016 at 12:40 - Reply

    I find it funny how the wives of the vets and the families are the ones complining but don’t hear nothing from the actual Vets.

  12. Ranger Pick October 6, 2016 at 12:37 - Reply

    Welcome to the entitlement generation! What happened to the work ethic set forth by the generations before us! I too am a vet, however, if I want to take my family i will go and pay for it myself just as I did on active duty. I appreciate the offer that Disney is affording our troops and career soldiers but I believe in leading by example and showing my kids the pride in earning their own way! Seems this is a lesson many, unfortunately, failed to receive! So to all of the disabled vets (like myself) and family members who feel the need to have this paid for, take the free money that you are receiving from the VA and pay to go to Disney!! Next your going to say all the kids suffering from call of duty PTSD should receive discounts too. You all should be ashamed! Panhandling for discounts. PATHETIC!

  13. Tanya October 6, 2016 at 14:22 - Reply

    Steve, you sit there bashing veterans about doing 4 years rather than 20years. Larissa mentioned that her husband got released a year before retirement so guess she doesn’t have the right to ask why they can’t get a discount. My husband served 17+ years faithfully and got medically chaptered with 6 deployment user his belt. So honestly shut up and stay in your lane. Please and thanks. I hate when people sit there and bash others, damn stay in your lane.

  14. Rick Buckner October 6, 2016 at 16:18 - Reply

    As a 20 year retired U.S. Marine I also am proud of our veterans. However, spending 20 years versus 2, 3,or 4 years is a far cry from pulling 20 year retired veteran status. This is not taking anything way from non-retired veterans. But veterans needs to realize to recognize someone for pulling the 20 year or plus enlistment should also be recognized. Back in 1970 when I enlisted the draft was still active. In fact from 1940 to 1973 the draft was active. Joining and staying in the military for 20 years is different than being drafted and even different than joining for 2 to 4 years. Once again this is not to belittle the sacrifices and efforts of veterans. Veterans receiving the same benefits of those who are retired as well they should. I also appreciate the efforts of Disney as well.

  15. Danielle November 4, 2016 at 22:27 - Reply

    Wow, I cannot believe the comments that are posted on here. Sad part is they are all from military wives. First off, if you are a disabled vet, and at 100%, you should be retired. Second, I still can’t believe the “I am entitled” generation. I am a retired veteran, however, if I wasn’t, I wouldn’t be sitting here complaining on a blog post that I am “entitled” to something that my husband earned that’s for sure. Second, I am an OEF veteran as well, my husband is OIF; that’s right, we both served and are both retired (medically). I commend those that did 20+ years, as, unlike most of today’s generation, they do not think they are “entitled” to anything. Finally, YOU did not earn anything, your husband did. I am so sick of hearing spouses say they are “entitled” to crap just because their husband served. You want to hear entitlement to a “10% discount”? Leave your 9 month old daughter and deploy to a combat zone. Better yet, be a single parent, and then deploy, serve your 20+ years like my brothers above have, be 36 and handicapped for the rest of your life (physically and mentally), or…(fill in the blank)…once you endure that, then we can talk. Until then, go find another “entitlement” – Society should be ashamed of itself. We are teaching a whole new generation to complain about what we are “entitled” to instead of earning it. The guy above, the one who paid for his trip and did his 20, Amen Brother – THAT’S the role model we need for society and THAT’S how we raise our children as well (I can’t remember the last time I walked into a store and held out my hand with blue card in the other)- we have brothers and sisters in arms that have died for this country, and all you do is complain about how “unfair” Disney is and how they are “cheating” you, a spouse, not a veteran, out of a 4-day discounted pass. – Try explaining that one to a Gold Star Family!

  16. Conlon November 11, 2016 at 15:36 - Reply

    What about VETERANS?

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