I’m usually not a fan of the whole donate-and-get-free-stuff plan, but I also happen to be a total sucker for children’s hospitals (and I don’t mean “sucker” in a bad way… I believe children’s hospitals are completely deserving).
If you donate to the Walt Disney World Pavilion at the Florida Hospital for Children, you can receive up to ten one-day, one-park tickets or eight one-day, park hopper tickets.
Think about it - if your family of four (assuming everyone is a Disney “adult”) is going to WDW for one day, your park tickets are going to cost $328+tax. For $330, you can donate to the Florida Children’s hospital and receive four one day, one park tickets. For about the same price, you could “buy” your tickets through the children’s hospital - what better way to get Disney tickets?
Now, it doesn’t really work as well if you’re going for multiple days in a row because the more you stay, the more you play, but if you’re going for just a few days, then why not donate to the Florida Hospital for Children instead of buying directly through Disney?
Just a thought… :happy: