Annual Passholders Can Now Get 30% Off On Shop Disney


Annual passholders have been getting 30% off merchandise discount at Walt Disney World and now they can also get this deal on Shop Disney!

For the first time Disney is extending the discount to AP holder until April 14, 2020, which is only like 9 days.

“Passholders can also take advantage of 30% off select merchandise purchases at Walt Disney World Resort owned and operated merchandise locations now through the 14th as well.”

Here are the details:

Passholders can receive 30% off select merchandise purchased on now through August 14, 2020. See offer terms and exclusions.

To claim your discount:
1. If you have not already done so, link your annual pass to your Disney account.
2. Go to and sign in with your Disney account.
3. Place at least one eligible item into your bag.
4. In “My Bag” type the promotion code AP30OFF into the “Add Promotion Code” area.
5. The promotion will be applied to all eligible items in your bag.

Valid August 5, 2020 (12:01 am PT) through August 14, 2020 (11:59 pm PT) or while supplies last, whichever occurs first, on select, in-stock merchandise for orders placed online at only. Not valid on purchases made via phone order, at Disney store and Disney Baby Store retail and outlet locations or Disney Parks and Resorts locations. Offer excludes sales tax, shipping & handling charges, gift wrap & gift box charges, personalization charges, Disney Theme Park Tickets, Disney Gift Cards, The Walt Disney Company Collectible Shareholder Certificate, subscription products, art & collectibles, books & media (DVDs, Blu-rays, CDs & video games), electronic toys, limited edition, special edition & limited release merchandise, talking action figures, select Star Wars: The Mandalorian merchandise, items related to a charitable promotion, and items from the following brands and collections: Aden & Anais, Afridrille Shoes, Barbie Signature Collection, Barefoot Dreams, Beats by Dre, Bésame, Circle with Disney, Cloth Face Masks 4-Pack Set, ColourPop, Converse, Cubcoats, Disney Designer Jewelry Collection, Disney Fairy Tale Wedding Rings, Disney Parks Designer Collection, Enesco, Fantasy Flight Games, Finn & Emma, Freshly Picked, Garmin, Hanna Andersson, Jim Shore, Le Creuset, LEGO, Lenox, Levi’s, LÍLLÉbaby, Lionel, Marvel Legends Series, Master of Arts, Mickey: The True Original Exhibition, Minnie Mouse: The Main Attraction Collection, Milk Snob, National Geographic, New Balance, Nike, Nixon, Olszewski, Opening Ceremony, Otterbox Electronics, Element Skateboard Decks, Pandora: The World of Avatar Interactive Banshee Toy, Petunia Pickle Bottom, Pippa & Julie, Precious Moments, rag & bone, RockLove, Royal Selangor, S.T. Dupont, Sentiments, Shinola, Sideshow Collectibles, Star Wars: The Black Series, Steiff, Terez, Thomas Kinkade, TOMS, Vinylmation, and Waddle. Additional exclusions may apply. Offer cannot be combined with any other offer or discount, except available shipping offers. Additional Shipping & Handling applies for select items or shipments to more than one shipment address. No adjustments to prior purchases. Merchandise subject to availability. Returns and exchanges will be subject to discount taken at time of purchase. Valid packing slip required for returns and exchanges. Offer subject to restrictions and change without notice. Void where prohibited.”

Also Disney will be sending AP holders a new Tinker Bell magnet in the mail later this month.

I do find it interesting that right after the earnings call and their discussion about “per capita” spending being up, they suddenly give AP holders the same discount online that they do in the store. Could it be coincidental? Yes, but I don’t think it is. Just like I don’t think they forgot to mention that the ‘Mulan’ Video on Demand price would include ownership and they remembered to correct it today.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: Disney Parks Blog

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