Ready to make plans for a Walt Disney World vacation? Get in line!
It’s a great time to be a Disney+ subscriber. With new films such as Encanto (2021) and Turning Red (2022) released on Disney’s streaming platform along with seemingly endless selections of Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and beyond… streaming those favorite Disney films and series has never been so easy.
With crowds flocking to Walt Disney World Resort to celebrate its 50th Anniversary throughout each Disney Park, Disney has decided to drop a special offer for Disney+ subscribers!
As we previously shared, Disney has revealed a “Disney+ Subscribers: Stay in the Magic and Save!” special offer which allows subscribers to save up to 25% on rooms at select Disney Resort hotel stays most nights from July 8 through September 30, 2022.
With the limited number of Disney Resort Hotel rooms allocated for the promotion, Disney+ subscribers are hurrying to the Disney website which has now caused a virtual queue for those waiting to snag the deal.
When visiting the special offers page, Guests will notice a “You’re Almost in Orbit” as shown in the screenshot below, nothing, “Thank you for your patience. Many Guests are trying to book accommodations right now, so you are currently in a waiting room. Hang in there, as you are making progress. Don’t refresh the page or select the back button.”
The note further goes on to mention that if you’re waiting to book the Disney+ Walt Disney World Hotel offer you must be logged in using the same email associated with your Disney+ subscription. To do so, you can check your Memberships and Passes in a new browser while you wait to see if your Disney+ subscription is associated with your My Disney Experience account.
Once your wait time is up, you’ll be prompted to enter the site. Be aware however that you’ll only have 10 minutes to enter the site, so don’t wait once you’ve been prompted to join.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Disney+ and the Disney Parks join forces. Last year on Disney+ Day (November 12, 2021), several Disney castles glowed with the Disney+ blue including Cinderella Castle at Walt Disney World, Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Resort, and Cinderella Castle at Tokyo Disneyland. EPCOT’s Spaceship Earth and Disney’s Hollywood Studios Tower of Terror even projected blue.
Several Disney Parks, including Disney’s Hollywood Studios, offered complimentary merchandise and surprises for Disney+ subscribers to celebrate the big day.
Will you be taking advance of this new Disney+ Resort room offer? Good luck snagging those special Disney hotel offers, Disney+ subscribers!