Disney World joins SeaWorld and offers free admission to stranded Europeans

Answering the challenge set by SeaWorld”s Central Florida parks (including Busch Gardens) Walt Disney World resorts has decided to offer up to two free days of admission to European travelers stranded by the Volcanic Ash cloud.

This is a great move that will help make these visitor’s stays a little brighter, especially after many have been forced to spend extra cash for food and shelter while stuck in Orlando.

One-day park hoppers are available on both Tuesday and Wednesday this week. The free passes also include admission to Disney’s two water parks. (Maybe wait until the weather clears up on Wednesday for that.)

To acquire the free ticket guests must show a canceled plane ticket or expired boarding pass and a photo ID. Save your parking receipt and Disney will reimburse that too.

All in all that makes Disney World, SeaWorld, and Wet-n-Wild offering free tickets. Am I missing any?

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  5. Alan Poulter

    this is a great move by all involved, I’m sure all those affected will appreicate this, we in the UK are now on day 5 with no flights in or out

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