Once again Disney is offering an amazing package deal to entice travelers from the UK, while giving travelers from their own country far less. The travel dates are for 2023, so they are trying to get the parks filled up for next year.
For those of you wanting to come from the UK, take this score and run with it because it’s an amazing deal in comparison!
The deal is called “The Magic is Yours” and it truly is.
According to WDWNT the package includes:
- A 14-Day Magic Ticket for the price of a 7-Day Ticket
- A dining and merchandise credit of up to $1,200
- Memory Maker
- A $200 Disney gift card
- Two tickets to Cirque du Soleil’s “Drawn to Life.”
You must book a minimum stay of five consecutive nights with a maximum of 21 consecutive nights. (Perks will of course be determined by how long you stay.)
“For example, a two-week vacation at one of Disney’s All-Star Resorts includes a $500 dining and merchandise credit. Meanwhile, a two-week stay at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort includes a $1,000 dining and merchandise credit.”
Meanwhile we get things like 10-30% off of a hotel, no dining plans and ticket price hikes (while not getting free park days with purchases.) There are a bunch of articles talking about how most people can’t afford to go in our country.
To get this deal guests will need to book it by July 27, 2022 and the travel dates must be between January 1-March 24, 2023 or April 17-December 17, 2023. (So no Spring Break time basically.)
I’m surprised they aren’t offering 1/2 price Galactic Starcruiser experiences or free stays with park package to make it look like people want to go to the hotel and fill up all those open dates Aug. – Dec.
It’s frustrating for domestic guests because Disney keeps offering huge deals to guests from other countries while nickel and diming their own. (Inclusion, but only for those with money or from other countries.) But it’s good news for those that can take advantage of the deal! By all means I would at least give it a look and consideration.
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