Go to a Disney Park for free!

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  1. TennisPlayer

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  3. Aliceacc

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    You KNEW that was going to catch my attention!

    IT sounds great, but Disney simply isn't in the budget for another few years, even if we were to win the one free day :( That one free day won't counter the cost of airlines and the rest of the admissions we would surely tack on to the freebie.

    This summer (I guess that should be "next summer", huh??) we're back to upstate Lake George. It really is gorgeous, and I'm already looking forward to it.
     
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    I signed up. How exciting! And I can get my family to volunteer, also.
     
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    Thanks for sharing!
     
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    Hmm if you work for like 2 hours, you already have enough to buy the disney tickets. So why are people spending the whole day volunteering?Since volunteering just for the free disney ticket is definitely not worth it.
     
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    I think the idea is to reward people who already volunteer.
     
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    I agree. I enjoy volunteering, and this will be a nice plus!
     
  9. Ms. I

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    So, who ended up doing this?
     
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    And Disney, of course, is the real winner here.

    Unless you happen to live very close to a Disney park, you're not going for one day. And, for the vast majority of cases, you're not going alone.

    I think it's a nice spin on an attempt by Disney to draw people to the parks.
     
  11. Mrs.DLC

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    I signed up, Ms.I. I think they email info after Christmas. I live 2 hours away, so I can do 1 day.:)Though, we usually get an inexpensive hotel and shop or do something else for a day.
     
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    Mrs.DLC, way to go! Enjoy! :)
     
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    I hope so! You have to choose one of their volunteer activities/location, so I hope that there is something fairly close to my rural area!! Thanks!
     

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