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Disneyland Armed Forces Salute Ticket

Travel Dates: January 4 – September 30, 2009

Through September 30, 2009, each active or retired member of the U.S. military can receive one complimentary three-day “Disney’s Armed Forces Salute” Park Hopper ticket valid for admission to both Disneyland and Disney’s CaliforniaAdventure parks. During the offer period, active or retired U.S. military personnel also may make a one-time purchase of an adult or child three-day “Disney’s Armed Forces Salute Companion” Park Hopper ticket for up to five family members (including spouse) or friends for the price of an adult 1-Day Park Hopper ticket.

Disneyland Resort hotels are also offering special room rates for active or retired military personnel. For example, at Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel, active or retired members of the military and their families may find hotel rooms starting at $119 per night during value season, with great savings during other times of the offer period.  This offer is available through September 30, 2009, and the number of rooms available at these special rates is limited.

Information on eligibility can be found on the Walt Disney World Armed Forces Salute Ticket page.

16 responses to “Disneyland Armed Forces Salute Ticket”

  1. Rebecca Avatar

    I hope I am reading this right. We are wanting to go to Disneyland, and if I’m reading this right we can take 5 people for the price of one adult park-hopper. Is that right? Also, where do we get the tickets? Do we need to go to our MWR or to Disneyland?

  2. jerryy Avatar

    Only active duty gets in free, your guests up to five pay the price of a 1 day park hopper each. You can get it at MWR

  3. Brian Avatar

    Do we have to go through MWR or is there a way to use the Active Duty discount at the park?

    1. Keith Avatar

      ““Disney’s Armed Forces Salute Companion” tickets for admission to the Disneyland Resort can be purchased only at participating U.S. military base ticket offices.”

      If you show up without a ticket, you will have to pay full price at the gate. The only place to get the free/discounted Disneyland tickets is at base ticket offices.

  4. AP Avatar

    So you get 3 days for 99 dollars each, how much extra would it cost to add on another 2 days?

    1. Keith Avatar


      You can purchase up to five 3 day hoppers, in addition to your free pass. You cannot add-on days, from what I understand.

  5. Tiki Avatar

    That’s really not all that great of a deal, if you ask me. If you have 4 kids (plus the spouse) you’d still be paying $500 for the entry fee…plus hotel expenses. We are “military”…not “millionaires”. It’s a nice gesture, but the price still needs a tad bit more lowering of the prices.

  6. Brian Avatar

    I really suggest you go see your Base/Post MWR office, this is a great deal and the have more packages that make it better.


  7. Gauymas Jim Avatar
    Gauymas Jim

    Am I reading this correctly? (The term hopper is not familiar to me unless it what we put on a hook to catch Rainbow trout in Wyoming.)I am 100% disabled from military(USMC). My 5-day ticket would be free and my wife and the little boy we are in the process of adopting will have to pay the equivalent of a one day pass to receive the same addmission as me: Me $0.00, my wife and son will pay a price equal to the cost op a hopper. What is hopper and how much to they cost?

    I amy be having a brain f-rt right now.

    any accurate response would be greatly appreciated.

    Semper Fi!!!!

  8. Hai Avatar

    A park hopper is a ticket that you can go to one park (Disneyland)and on another day or month there is an expiration date on the hopper, you can visit Disney California Adventure on the other, or vice versa. The hopper pass prices varies by age.
    Semper Fi!

  9. Peter Emerson Avatar
    Peter Emerson

    Can you please tell me if there are any Disneyland deals that current National Guard (Afghanistan Vet; disabled 40%) can get through MWR or otherwise. I have five kiddos and my spouse that would love to go to Disneyland, but Oregon doesn’t have a MWR. Does Disneyland make any concessions for me and/or my family since I am still a member of the National Guard, but not active duty? We want to head to Disneyland in late July or early August.
    LTC Peter Emerson

  10. gail Avatar

    We just returned from Disney World using the armed forces salute special which was fantastic and saved a lot. We are now planning a trip to Disneyland next month. Are we allowed to use the armed forces salute for Disneyland as well and obtain a free voucher for my active duty spouse as well as tickets for myself and daughter at the MWR or is the special require you to use it at Disney World OR Disneyland not both? Thanks in advance.

    1. Keith Avatar


      The tickets are separate, you must get new ones for Disneyland. I know you can get up to 5 total of the companion tickets, so if you have purchased 2 already, you can purchase up to 3 more for Disneyland. I am unsure about the free tickets, as to whether you can get more than one. Your MWR will have to answer that for you.

  11. J.Ayers Avatar

    I wanted to where I can purchase the Armed Forces Salute Hopper Tickets. Can they only be purchased at A MWR Office or can they also be purchased at Disneyland?

    Thank You

  12. J.Ayers Avatar

    Okay, i just read that they can only be purchased at a participating MWR on base offices… Does anyone know where i could find out the nearest or participatng office(s)?

    Thank You

  13. Megan Avatar

    Our base will fax and or mail the tickets to you if you are not able to get to one. It’s Hill Air Force base in Layton, UT. Look up the website, it’s under recreation and than under tickets. There is a phone number to call not sure what you have to prove over the phone. Also I think it costs more for them to do that but not sure.

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