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2017 Disney Military Discounts Announced

People ask us how we’re able to take so many trips to Walt Disney World and Disneyland. One of the biggest reasons we’re able to visit the parks so often is Disney’s military discounts. Disney Parks has made vacations more accessible for many military families, and we’re so thankful for the program.

I will update this post as new information is released, so stay tuned!


2017 Information

Disney military discounts are valid from January 1- December 19, 2017.

At Walt Disney World resorts:
30% off all Value Resorts, excluding Little Mermaid rooms at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort
35% off Moderate Resorts, including the Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
40% off Deluxe Resorts and select villas, excluding the Bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Walt Disney World Park Tickets:
$209 4-Day Park Hopper or Water Park Fun and More Ticket
NEW for 2017: a 5-day Park Hopper or Water Park Fun and More Ticket is available for $224

Add BOTH Park Hopper and Water Park Fun and More Options for $246/261.

Are there restrictions?

As with all special offers, there are restrictions. Tickets purchased at Walt Disney World ticketing windows are subject to sales tax. Purchase limits apply. Typically, only six tickets may be purchased at a time. Exceptions for large families may be granted (for immediate family members only.) Blockout dates: April 09-23rd.

Who is eligible?

Active Duty (and career retired) Military members, including Reserve and National Guard members, the Commissioned Corps of the Public Health Service, and the Commissioned Corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

100% Permanently Disabled Veterans with DAVPRM status listed on a valid military ID.

Unremarried widows of eligible members.

Eligible spouses are also able to redeem offers if the military member is not present. A valid military ID must be presented.

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  • Reply davy October 13, 2016 at 12:44 am

    Hi Ashley,

    I just bought our 2017 WDW tickets from Shades of Green and had it deliver to my house. Once I got the tickets, I linked it to my disney experience BUT the only drawback is that it says 2015 instead of 2017? Should I be worried? It links fine and shows no expiration. I’ve called shades of greens but keep getting to voicemail and disney refers me to shades of green. What’s your advice and if you’ve ever experience anything like this?

    • Reply admin October 13, 2016 at 1:55 pm

      If everything is linking fine and you’re able to make your FastPass+ selections, I wouldn’t worry. It could be those are “old stock” tickets, but the current expiration dates should be valid. I would make sure to keep all of your receipts and payment information, just in case you need to go to SOG when you arrive at Walt Disney World. Fingers crossed you’re good to go, Davy!

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