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  • [Question] Military Discount

    Does Disneyland offer a military discount? On base, they only offered a discount to WDW.

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    Re: Military Discount

    Originally posted by the_breezy View Post
    Does Disneyland offer a military discount? On base, they only offered a discount to WDW.
    There are no discounts at the ticket booths at the park of any kind.

    Your Base MWR should have discounted tickets for DL as well as WDW. We've bought DL tickets from our base the last three trips (Most recent was last spring) Maybe they ran out. Are there any other bases near you (Any Branch)? You can call around to their MWR offices to ask as well.
    Last edited by Mike_M; 01-29-2010, 03:23 PM.
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      Re: Military Discount

      Also, you can call bases not near you and have them mail you the tickets if you pay over the phone. Did that a couple years ago for plane tickets and hotel reservations for DL from an Air Force base in Eastern WA.
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        I think this discount had ended. Military enlisted were able to purchase discounted tix for family on base and they got in free.
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          Re: Military Discount

          Originally posted by CMHusband View Post
          I think this discount had ended. Military enlisted were able to purchase discounted tix for family on base and they got in free.
          That was a different program. Under that one, it was Active duty got in free and up to 5 accompanying people got in for $100 each for 3 Day park hoppers.

          The regular discount is just standard park hoppers (3, 4 or 5 days) at a discounted price.

          Disney has been offering Military rate tickets for a long time. It would be strange if they stopped.
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            Re: Military Discount

            Originally posted by Mike_M View Post
            That was a different program. Under that one, it was Active duty got in free and up to 5 accompanying people got in for $100 each for 3 Day park hoppers.

            The regular discount is just standard park hoppers (3, 4 or 5 days) at a discounted price.

            Disney has been offering Military rate tickets for a long time. It would be strange if they stopped.
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              Re: Military Discount

              curious if there's any update on this topic; a friend asked me to find out the same thing for him. he's recently enlisted in national guard i think, not active duty. but i think he's more interested in discounts on 1 or 2 days; does anyone know if these would be available to him on base or from a 3rd party vendor?
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