World Free Admission On Your Birthday

World Free Admission On Your Birthday

Free admission to Walt Disney World on your 2009 birthday:

All you have to do is register online for free,

Carry this confirmation letter and correct ID so that free entry to the venue is possible.

Free admission is only for birthdays, parks.

Buy 4 nights and get 3 free:
Walt Disney World Resort gets 4 nights and 3 free.

This offer is valid for most nights from 03/17 to 04/04 and from 04/19 to 08/15.

All tickets must be booked by 03/29/09.

Walt Disney World Value Resort:

At Value Resorts, you can still enjoy some of the benefits of staying at a Disney resort for a low price.

You can enjoy the extended time of the theme park every day.

Free transport to resort users, all theme and water parks,

With 4-12 children playing at the resort under the supervision of Disney artists,

parents can enjoy the night.

Room rates start at US $ 82 per night plus tax.

On most nights of value season, one room can accommodate up to 4 guests.

No more than 2 adults.

Orlando Magic Card:

This is issued by the Orlando

Orange County Convention and Tourism Bureau.

You can register and print the card for free.

With the card, you can enjoy accommodation, attractions, dining, golf.

You can start saving on vacation rentals and transportation costs.

Some examples of savings: 20% discount on entry for up to 6 people in Gutterland, 30% discount on food bill,

Route 10% tickets to performances at the Central Florida Ballet Academy.

And if you want to see more attractions besides theme parks, this card is worth it.

Choose 3, 5 or 7 days to buy the card.

Adults starting at 139.99 discount online discount price,

And 118.99 3-day cards per child (3-12)

You can go anywhere in Orlando
Here are some examples of

attractions:

Cyprus Garden Adventure Park,

Believe it or not, Kennedy Space Center, Wet n Wild Adventure, Pirate Dinner Adventure etc.

Each card sells for 19.99.

1 child under the age of 11 can enjoy a free meal with each card.

Each card is purchased at more than 50 adult restaurants.

If you buy a Go Orlando card, each card includes 1 free card.

The card expires 90 days after the first use.

Coupons:

Sodacans, grocery store plans, cereals and more when you plan this trip

Occasionally, you will find various offers and discounts on Disney ticket prices.

Disney Award Visa Card members can enjoy a variety of benefits and discounts at the theme park.

Members can also enjoy some discounts.

Florida residents:

If you are a Florida resident

and can show valid proof of identity and provide proof of your identity,

So, you can get different discounts on many attractions, hotels etc. Tickets

Drinks:

The park allows you to bring bottled water and soda water,

But do not give coolers, glass bottles or any kind of alcoholic beverages.

You can refill this bottle, or you can buy a rechargeable insulated bottle.

Otherwise, you’ll pay 3 for bottled water.

This can be interesting when you have to stay hydrated throughout the day.

Food:

Some parks have fruit stands where you can buy apples or bananas for $ 1.

Try to avoid the character breakfast, it is very expensive.

The kids have spent a whole day of excitement and adventure in the park,

So it is best to have a peaceful, quiet breakfast.

Instead, plan to meet the characters in the park.

Time and characters will be posted throughout the park.

If you want to dine at a good Disney restaurant, plan a lunch that is much cheaper than dinner.

In addition, some Orlando McDonald’s offer to buy 1 free baby food and 1 dinner at full price.

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