Disney World's best offer is back – get £165 credit, 14-day park tickets for the price of 7 & freebies | The Sun

DISNEY World has launched its best offer once again, with free spending money and seven days of free park tickets.

You'll also receive a free memory maker and unlimited transportation in the Disney parks.

From the chance to meet Disney characters and take photos with them to the excitement of high-speed adventures on new rides opening in 2023, there is something for everyone at Walt Disney World.

If you're planning to stay between April 19 and September 4, you can also bag up to four free nights at selected Disney Resort hotels.

To bag the free nights offer, your stay will have to last two weeks.

Included in the holiday packages are also Disney 14-Day Magic Tickets for the price of 7, giving you unlimited access to theme parks and water parks and a memory maker worth $199 (£150).

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The memory maker allows unlimited downloads of pictures taken by the park's official photographers.

If you buy a flight-inclusive package, you will also receive $200 (£165) in Disney spending money.

The best deal we've found is at Disney's All-Star Sports Resort, with 14 nights during the school summer holidays from £917pp.

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The deal includes two free nights (saving £273), 14-day tickets for the price of 7 and the memory maker.

Another option is Disney's Port Orleans Resort – Riverside, with 14 nights in the summer costing from £1,132pp, including the tickets and free memory maker.

The deal also includes four free nights – which works out to a £997 saving.

Two-week stays at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge cost £1,489pp next summer, with four free nights (saving £1,561), tickets and a memory maker.

To make it even better, if you book by March 2, you'll also be able to reserve your holiday with a deposit of £50pp.

And there are no amendment fees either, meaning you can change your dates up to 7 days before travel.

These are just some of the best deals we've found. The magical offer is available for stays at any of the following resorts: Disney's Pop Century Resort, Disney's Port Orleans Resort – Riverside, Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge and Disney's Saratoga Springs Spa & Resort.

You'll also be able to see the Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade, which returns this year with its dazzling floats and original music.

For an out-of-this-world experience, the brand-new Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind ride at EPCOT offers the chance to spin around solar systems and explore the cosmos uniquely.

You'll also have access to the complimentary Disney Genie service, available on the My Disney Experience app.

The service is designed to help visitors get the most out of their day at the park, offering tailored recommendations based on your interests and providing new suggestions throughout the day.

The Disney Genie also helps you keep track of dining and hotel reservations, hotel reservations and booked activities in one place.

You'll receive a personalised itinerary, and it even provides estimated wait times for popular attractions, dining, and entertainment.

For a theme park closer to home, the new Thorpe Park deal gives guests hotel, park tickets & unlimited fast track rides for £64.50pp.

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Legoland has half-term overnight stays from £55pp, including 1-day park entry, hotel and freebies.

While Disneyland Paris has stays from £224pp in 2023, including park tickets, hotel, spending money and free Disney+.

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