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Disney After Hours Discounts for Annual Passholders and DVC Members

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Disney After Hours Event Guide
©Laurel Stewart

The Disney After Hours event is a fun late-night experience where you can enjoy the Magic Kingdom with little to no wait. The event lasts for 3 hours after the park closes for the evening. Also during the event, Guests will receive ice cream treats and bottled beverages. This special evening will occur on select nights throughout the months of April and May.

Well, going forward, Annual Passholders and Disney Vacation Club Members will be able to get a discount on this special event. The regular price for the event is $149, however AP holders and DVC Members will be able to get their tickets for $75 each. Guests can purchase their discounted tickets by calling (407) 560-PASS or by visiting any Walt Disney World ticket window.

The following nights are available for the discounted event:

  • April 28
  • May 5
  • May 8
  • May 12
  • May 19

If you are curious as to whether or not the event is worth it, Laurel recently experienced one of these evenings, so make sure to check out her post.

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6 thoughts on “Disney After Hours Discounts for Annual Passholders and DVC Members

  • I wonder if this is in response to the poor turnout of the After Hours nights thus far?

  • I’m hoping Disney Visa card holders are the next group able to get this discount.

  • This is good news, but the timing is bad – I’ve already purchased a full-price ticket. Any chance that I will be able to get a refund if I present my AP?

  • Once again people with money are catered to and middle income people who really need discount to make it affordable pay price.shame on Disney.american greed

    • Simple supply and demand. Prices at Disney increase, yet attendance continues to increase as well. Disney is not a charity. It is a business, and businesses are tasked in making money. No one is forced to go to Disney, watch Disney movies, or buy their merchandise. If one die not like their business practices, one does not have to be a customer.

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