How to get FREE Disney theme parks tickets for your family – but there’s a catch | The Sun

IF you fancy a Disney holiday but don't want to pay for it, you're in luck as you could score free tickets next year.

Disney is looking for someone to become the 2023 planDisney panelist – and it comes with a free theme park holiday for you and your family.

Formerly known as the Disney Parks Moms Panel, the panelist will need to be "passionate and knowledgeable" about the parks to help answer questions from other guests.

There are four specialties to be an expert in – Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Resort, Disney Cruise Line, or Disney Vacation Club.

The succesful applicant will get a free trip to a Disney theme park for themselves and up to three other family members too.

Current panelist Michelle explained: "As planDisney panelists, we’re here to listen to every question and provide a genuine, personalized response.

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"Through our combined experiences, we’ve tasted every snack, tested every ride, sailed on all five cruise ships, and indulged in nearly every Enchanting Extra."

To apply, there are three rounds – a short series of questions, a video submission and an interview.

Applications open from September 7.

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Holidaymakers can also bag 14-day Disney park tickets for the price of 7 and an extra $100 Disney Spending Money with selected 2023 holidays.

The cheapest deal in the scheme costs £1,531 – which works out at £107pp a night.

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