DISNEY World has revealed their latest package deal launched in celebration of the park's 50th anniversary this year.
Families who book a trip for next year can get extra perks including spending money in the parks and 14 nights for the price of seven.
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To mark the 50th anniversary, the park is celebrating with an 18-month long event, and have launched the latest phase of their new holiday package, available to anyone booking a Disney World stay in 2022.
Those who book a minimum five-night stay, or up to a maximum 14-night stay, get a whole heap of extra goodies.
Firstly there's park entry – you get a 14-day ticket for the price of a 7-day ticket included in the package, meaning seven of your nights are free
You also get up to $950 Disney Dining Credit which can be used at restaurants across the parks which helps you budget when planning meals out, especially if you've got kids with you.
Restaurants will have some special 50th anniversary-themed food and drinks too.
For gifts and souvenirs, $100 of Disney Spending Money to be spent in-Resort is also included, as well as a free Memory Maker.
- Disney World's 50th Anniversary Package – book here
Normally worth $199, the Memory Maker allows you to download all the Disney PhotoPass photos and videos you take during your holiday, including those taken at special attraction and dining locations.
Any photos and videos take with it can also be connected to your online Disney account with your MagicBand or card, or a phone with a Disney MagicMobile pass.
To get all the extra perks, you need to book by October 19, with trips between January 1 and April 2, 2022 or April 24 and September 24, 2022.
Some of the offers included in the package deal, as well as all the perks, include 14 nights at Disney's All-Star Movies Resort for £912pp, or at Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort for £1,342pp.
The package holidays are also ATOL and ABTA protected, and let you change your holiday without any fees, up to seven days before you arrive.
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