If you’re a subscriber of the Disney+ streaming service from the Walt Disney Company, and you’ve been eyeing the calendar in hopes of planning your next Walt Disney World Resort vacation and buying some Walt Disney World tickets, then you’re in luck! Walt Disney World Resort is now offering a discount on Disney vacations for any Disney+ subscribers!
For any Disney+ subscribers’ vacations that are taking place until September 30, Disney+ subscribers can save as much as 25% of their money on rooms at select Disney Resort hotels. This “Stay in the Magic and Save” deal has been active since July 8, but you won’t want to miss out as it is ending at the end of next month!
Select Disney Deluxe Resorts and Disney Villa Resorts are the establishments participating in this “Stay in the Magic and Save” deal that involves 25% off, but some of Disney’s other Resorts and hotels in the Walt Disney World Resort area are participating with less valuable sales ranging from 20% to 10% off of room bookings.
The Deluxe Resorts that are offering 25% with this sale are Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, Disney’s BoardWalk Inn, Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Disney’s Riviera Resort, and Disney’s Yacht Club Resort.
The moderate Resorts that are offering only 20% off are the Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, Disney’s Art of Animation Resort – (family suites), Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, Disney’s Port Orleans Resort in the French Quarter, and the Riverside portion of Disney’s Port Orleans Resort.
The sale continues with 15% off offerings from lower-budget locations like Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort, Disney’s All-Star Music Resort, Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort, and Disney’s Pop Century Resort.
Disney+ subscribers staying at the Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, or Disney’s Wilderness Lodge will also be able to take advantage of a 10% discount on their stays until September 30.
As with any discount or sale, there are restrictions such as length-of-stay requirements — and when it comes to Walt Disney World tickets, the theme park tickets for the Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, EPCOT, and Hollywood Studios are not included in the sale. You can see more about the particulars here on the Walt Disney World Resort website! Are you a Disney+ subscriber who has been enjoying the streaming service (even with the addition of certain controversial films to its library), and who will be taking advantage of this Disney World deal?