And not just in any old way, either.
"ThroughThat is a sweet deal. Even if the economy was humming along just fine, which it isn't.
June 12, 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 California Adventure 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."
"For so many of the men and women who serve in our U.S. military, time together with their families is cause enough for celebration," saidI'm pretty sure this isn't the first time they've done something like this. Either way, Walt would be proud.
Jay Rasulo, chairman of Walt Disney Parksand Resorts. "We are grateful for their service and hope 'Disney's Armed Forces Salute' will allow our troops to create wonderful, magical memories with their family and friends."
Now, by the way, is probably a great time to stock up on undervalued Disney shares for a long-term hold. That Jonas Brothers 3D concert is going to be the fiscal cherry on a tasty sundae currently being scooped by Bob Iger.
(Still bummed they're leaving Voyage of the Dawn Treader in the lurch, tho. Details here.)