If you’re Canadian and have a Disney vacation already booked, or are about to book one, you’re in luck. A new Walt Disney World and Disneyland Canadian resident ticket offer has just been released!
Here are all the details:
Walt Disney World Canadian Resident Ticket Discount:
A 4-day Canadian resident base theme park ticket will cost $79 USD per day, plus tax, per person (total price $316 USD, plus tax, per person).
Discount tickets are available for purchase from 8/29/18 through 3/15/19 and can be used during your vacation taking place 12/23/18 – 1/2-9/27/19
The fine print:
Tickets are valid for one theme park, per day, unless the Park Hopper option has been purchased.
Tickets and options must be used within 14 days of first use or by 9/27/19, whichever comes first. Proof of Canadian residency is required. Offer not valid at theme park windows.
Disneyland Canadian Resident Ticket Offer:
A pre-arrival purchase of a 3-Day, 1-Park per day ticket will cost $69 USD per day, per person (total price $207 USD).
Discount tickets are available for purchase from 8/29/18 through 4/11/19 and can be used through 5/23/19
If you already have your vacation booked, you may be able to apply this new Walt Disney World and Disneyland Canadian resident ticket offer to your package, as long as it does not conflict with any other discounts that have already been applied. Call the numbers below to see what your options are.
If you haven’t booked your vacation yet, be sure to apply it to your package when booking online or mention it when booking over the phone with Disney or with your travel agent.
For more information or to book this Canadian Resident Ticket Offer, click the following links:
Walt Disney World or call (407) 939-7648,
Disneyland or call (866) 285-1422,
Contact your travel agent!
For tips on planning your Walt Disney World Vacation, check out these posts:
- Disney World Planning Tips for First-Timers
- 5 Reasons to Download the My Disney Experience App
- How to Make Disney Dining Reservations + More Dining FAQ
- Tips for Choosing Your Walt Disney World Dining Reservations
- Best Places to Eat Breakfast at Disney World
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Image credits: Walt Disney World/Matt Stroshane/Ryan Wendler