Reminder: Final Days for DVC Ticket Promo

Time is running out for Disney Vacation Club members to enjoy added savings on Walt Disney World Annual Passes and Magic Your Way tickets.  

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Wednesday, January 3, 2018 is the final day to take advantage of savings on the Walt Disney World Platinum Annual Pass and a special 7-day Magic Your Way ticket.  

The Platinum Annual Pass is currently discounted to just $559 plus tax, a 25% savings off the normal rate of $769.  This pass offers a full year of admission to the four Walt Disney World theme parks with no blackout dates.  Also included are admission to the two Disney waterparks, ESPN Wide World of Sports and complimentary golf at the 9-hole Oak Trail course.  The Platinum Annual Pass includes free downloads of all PhotoPass images along with a number of dining, shopping and recreation discounts around Disney property.  

Also available is a Magic Your Way ticket offer which provides 7 days of theme park admission for the cost of 5.  The ticket is priced at $370 plus tax for entrance to one park per day.  The park hopper add-on is an additional $75 per ticket.  

Both of these tickets must be purchased by January 3 and the first use must occur by December 31, 2018.  If discounted tickets are not activated by December 31, members will receive credit for the amount they paid which can be applied toward a new ticket or annual pass at then-current prices.   

For additional details refer to our prior coverage.  To purchase, log into the Disney ticketing website with the username linked to your Disney Vacation Club membership.  The DVC offers should appear under the "Theme Park Tickets" and/or "Annual Passes" headings.  Or contact DVC Member Services for assistance.  

Reader Comments
Re: Reminder: Final Days for DVC Ticket Promo -- KNWVIKING 2.0
2018 Jan 02 01:59:49 PM
Ordered or AP vouchers Friday night Online. EZ PZ and they both loaded automatically to our MDE apps.
Re: Reminder: Final Days for DVC Ticket Promo -- denlo
2018 Jan 02 05:25:04 PM
BTW, if you are doing a renewal, you will need to call MS to purchase the renewal. The system can't seem to handle the renewal DVC discounted price.
Re: Reminder: Final Days for DVC Ticket Promo -- DuckTalesWooHoo
2018 Jan 02 08:20:40 PM
Got all 4 of our AP's today for less than $2,400. $559 is a great deal for a Platinum Plus ticket. The ONLY complaint that I've always had about AP's is the fact that you have to still pay full price for 3-9 year olds that aren't big enough to ride everything. My main beef with it is they have a 3-9 price on daily tix so why can that same logic not apply to AP's? I also wish they would do a "non alcoholic" version of Tables in Wonderland. We don't drink but they claim the reason the prices went up for that pass is because of so many people using it for discounts on alcohol. We DO do tons of character meals and signature dining so it seems they could maybe put some kind of a tier system on that pass as well. Still to get Platinum Plus passes for the price of a Gold Pass is still pretty awesome though.
Re: Reminder: Final Days for DVC Ticket Promo -- KNWVIKING 2.0
2018 Jan 02 09:46:18 PM
DuckTalesWooHoo wrote:
The ONLY complaint that I've always had about AP's is the fact that you have to still pay full price for 3-9 year olds that aren't big enough to ride everything.

Human nature is to always find a way to game the system.

Back when the 3 - 9 AP was discounted, a family would buy just one child AP for the gang. This would entitle them to one year of discounts on food, plush, resort rooms, mini golf (that discount used to be 50%), tours and others I've forgotten.

So, Disney did away with the discounted Child AP. seems to make sense, but they could have accomplished the same goal simply by removing the discounts from the child AP's.
Re: Reminder: Final Days for DVC Ticket Promo -- DuckTalesWooHoo
2018 Jan 03 08:11:11 PM
KNWVIKING 2.0 wrote:
Human nature is to always find a way to game the system.

Back when the 3 - 9 AP was discounted, a family would buy just one child AP for the gang. This would entitle them to one year of discounts on food, plush, resort rooms, mini golf (that discount used to be 50%), tours and others I've forgotten.

So, Disney did away with the discounted Child AP. seems to make sense, but they could have accomplished the same goal simply by removing the discounts from the child AP's.
Yeah that would make sense. It's terrible that people mess things up for others like that.

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