Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disneyland Paris have reopened to US citizens, but UK emergency services and social workers considering vacations can now enjoy an exclusive discount through the Blue Light Card.
The card system offers discounts on the NHS, emergency services and social workers, and eligible members will be able to access an exclusive 5% discount on stays at Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney World Resort in Florida this summer.
Starting May 20, 2021, frontline workers were able to take advantage of the offer to visit the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida which recently launched its 50th anniversary package.
Commenting on this exclusive collaboration, Justin Kliger, Director of Walt Disney Travel Company, said: “We are extremely proud to have this opportunity to work with Blue Light Card. Providing key frontline workers – who have all worked tirelessly and selflessly to help tackle this unprecedented crisis – is a small, but important, sign of our immense appreciation. “
He continued, “We are very excited to welcome Blue Light Card members and their families to our parks and resorts and experience the magic of Disney.”
As part of the promotion, people booking vacation packages before August 3, 2021 for selected arrivals in 2022 for a minimum of five nights at select Disney hotels will receive up to $ 950 in Disney Meal Credit, a $ 14 ticket. days for the price of a 7-day Disney $ 200 pocket money ticket.
Over two million people across the UK have now signed up for the Blue Light Card program, enjoying the benefits of over 15,000 partner retailers within its portfolio.
Tom Dalby, CEO of Blue Light Card, said: “Many were unable to go on vacation during the COVID-19 lockdown, having spent a lot more time taking care of all of us. will be able to take advantage of this fantastic offer to create precious memories and enjoy a break in two of the most famous tourist resorts in the world. ”
Signing up for the Blue Light Card is quick and easy and can be done online at www.bluelightcard.co.uk. A card costs £ 4.99 and is valid for two years.
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