I thought it would be helpful to create a resource page that you can always come to for all of your Disney needs. I’ll add to it as I find more, so you’ll notice that in the future more info will be added. I recommend bookmarking it for your reference and convenience. Enjoy!
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Military Disney Tips Planning Tools
My Most Recommended
Ears of Experience: My recommended, Disney Only, Fee Free Travel Agent. Military family owned and operated, they are Disney’s largest booker of military reservations! They are totally experienced with all the ins and outs of Disney military discounts! Whether starting from scratch, or if you want to see if they can get you a better price than you have now I highly recommend you contact them through this link.
Jen Novak an Ears of Experience Agent is Military Disney Tips’ Recommended Universal Studios Travel Agent! Just click this link to get your Quote.
YourFirstVisit.net – The premier website for first time visitors to Walt Disney World! But even seasoned WDW travelers will find very useful information here like the yearly planning products. Take a look at the 2022 Crowd Calendar.
Check out this Great Disney Cruise Line Resource to learn all about the Disney Cruise Line, The Ultimate In-Depth Guide by my friends at Picture the Magic. Drop by the check out this incredibly detailed information resource!
Military Disney Tips Sponsors (With Military Discounts for You)
Amusement Park Rentals: Military Discounts on Strollers and Scooter Rentals with 10MILITARY code at checkout
Disney World Tech
Our Overview and Intro to WDW’s Technology: My Disney Experience, Linking Tickets, etc.
My Disney Experience: Disney World’s online planning tool: Sign up for an account to manage your entire vacation, including FastPass Plus.
Buy Magic Bands online (for Non-Disney Resort Guests or to get Special Designs): The Disney Store Online carries Magic Bands that you can link to your My Disney Experience Account and use with your WDW tickets and FastPass Plus.
Amazon.com: You name it… They’ve Got It!
DisneyStore.com: Magic Bands, Costumes, Clothes, and Toys!
(Click the links above, then save the destination page as your new favorite for amazon or the Disney Store. Then every time you shop we’ll get a very small commission)
Restaurant.com: Swan and Dolphin Food Discounts. You can sometimes find discounts on Restaurant.com for some of the Disney World Swan and Dolphin resort restaurants.
Military Ticket Information
Disney’s Armed Forces Salute: The best discount that is available to the military community for Disney vacations.
Regular Military Discounted Magic Your Way Tickets: The old standbys, slightly discounted tickets just like the ones available to the general public.
Veteran Disney Ticket Eligibility – Info for all veterans on Disney Discounts.
Check out my new sister site: The Disney Drink Blog, this is my first effort into a non-military Disney site!
I have also started the Universal Orlando for Military site in 2021
YourFirstVisit.net: Your First Visit is the premier website for first time visitors to Walt Disney World! But even seasoned WDW visitors will find very useful information here. The yearly planning products are awesome for helping you to decide the best time to go. Check out the bestselling book, the Easy Guide to Your First Walt Disney World Vacation.
MouseSavers.com: The ultimate collection of Disney Discounts. MouseSavers.com has hundreds of pages of information, including material about Disney sweepstakes, Disney Cruise Line bargains, Tokyo Disneyland and other Disney resorts around the world, and even savings on Disney’s Broadway shows. The site now also includes substantial sections devoted to deals at Universal Orlando and other major attractions in Central Florida and Southern California.
WDW PrepSchool.com: “You’ll learn things you never knew you never knew.” If you’re planning a trip to Disney World and want to know all of the tips and tricks to making it a great trip, this is the right place. If you want to go to Disney World and have no idea where to start, you’re also in the right place.
TouringPlans.com: The companion website to the Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World. Offers crowd projections, touring plans, reviews, and an active blog and message board.
Disney Tourist Blog: Some of the very best Disney pictures on the net! Great content too including WDW and DL info and reviews plus Disney Vacation Club decision aids.
Autism At The Parks: WALT DISNEY WORLD, UNIVERSAL ORLANDO, SEAWORLD. TIPS FOR A BETTER VACATION – Before You Leave Home. What to Take to the Parks. Other Tips and Suggestions…
KingdomPix.com: KingdomPix hosts a variety of photos by Photographer Drew Green taken from around the Disney Community. He travels to the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, the Disneyland Resort in California, on board the Disney Cruise Line, and attend Disney D23 events. Aside from Disney.
Disney Food Blog: Where – “Food Is A Theme Park.” Launched in March 2009, the Disney Food Blog has grown exponentially. DFB offers in-depth news, reviews, and information about food and restaurants in Disney’s parks, resorts, and cruise ships, along with reviews and photographs of and about anything food-related in Disney parks, resorts, movies, and events.
DiningAtDisney.com: Welcome to Dining at Disney! I’m Kristen and my favorite part about visiting the Disney Park. the food.
WDWRadio.com: Hosted and produced by Disney expert, author, speaker Lou Mongello, this family-friendly show covers Walt Disney World news, vacation planning, reviews, trivia, history, contests and features interviews with Disney Imagineers, executives, and celebrities such as Actress Dame Julie Andrews, Richard Sherman, Disney CEO Bob Iger, Iron Chef Cat Cora, Alan Menken, Don Hahn, Travel Channel Host Samantha Brown and more.
Chip and Company: Everything Disney: Travel, Movies, Reviews, Tips, and more!
WDW Hints: WDW Hints was created to share Helpful Information, News, Tips & Secrets (get it? HINTS!) with Disney fans. Whether you’re a Disney novice or a knowledgeable fan, we hope you’ll find some useful hints here to try on your next WDW vacation!
Allears.net: Deb’s Unofficial Walt Disney Information Guide began in January 1996 as a central resource for folks on the rec.arts.disney.parks (RADP) newsgroup. Initially called Deb’s Disney Digest, the website had information about hotels, restaurants and tours. It has slowly evolved into one of the best online travel guides for planning a trip to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
The DIS (Disney Information Station): A great repository of Disney information, run by Dreams Unlimited Travel.
DISboards.com: Top Notch Disney Message Boards where Disney fans share useful information.
Poppin’ Smoke: A website for retired and soon-to-be retired members of the military community who are looking for new adventures after transitioning to civilian life. Take advantage of the many benefits and privileges you’ve earned as a retiree: Space A flights; lodging on bases all over the world; access to base resources, like golf courses, boat rentals, and organized tours; use of Armed Forces Recreation Centers; and upon retirement, one final military-sponsored move that allows you to store your household goods for a year free of charge while you decide where you want to settle.
Military Bridge: Over the past several years, we have moved around the country for many different military assignments. Each location that we lived in provided its own unique challenges in adjusting to the new environment. The one element that remained constant with each move was the insatiable need to find local businesses that we could rely on and trust; businesses that had the same qualities that we were accustomed to in the military: integrity, selfless service, and loyalty.
Military Dollar: Our goal is to make personal finance simple. We’ll explore military-specific topics such as the Thrift Savings Plan, GI Bill, and military pay. We’ll also work through some of the basic financial skills everyone needs to know, like budgeting and paying down debt.
Mil Mom Adventures: Navigating and documenting the adventure that is military life. Information on how to save money (who doesn’t), how to fit in working out with child-rearing, how to fit in mom time, what to check out at your new location after a PCS, and so much more…
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This MDT Post By: Steve Bell
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Planning a Disney Trip? Want to get the best military discounts that are available? Feeling a little confused? See Our Great Disney Discount and Planning Info:
- Disney Veteran & Military Discount Eligibility Guide
- The Military Family’s Walt Disney World Comprehensive Vacation Planning and Preparation Guide
- Military Disney Tips Disney Packing Checklist
- Disney Military Tickets – Your Start to Finish Guide
- Resorts/Hotel Overview Page
- Dining Overview Page
- Transportation Overview Page
- Technology Overview Page
- Shades of Green, WDW’s Military Only Resort
Military Disney Tips' Recommended Disney Travel Agent
Ears of Experience Disney Only Travel Agency. Military family owned and operated! They know all the ins and outs of Disney military discounts!