Travel Agents

The Disney Mega-Fam is back, baby!

Omg guys, nobody panic but the super popular Disney Mega-Fam is back!!!

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And guess what? Disney Destinations, together with friends – Virgin Australia and Delta Air Lines – are offering agents a chance to win a spot on A Very Merry Toy Story Land Christmas Mega-Fam to the largest Disney Destination of them all: Walt Disney World Resort in Florida!

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The 11 lucky winning retail and wholesale travel agents will experience 6 magical nights’ accommodation at Walt Disney World Resort where they will visit all four incredible Theme Parks and be one of the first to visit Buzz, Woody and the entire Toy Story team at the all new Toy Story Land.

If that’s not enough excitement for you, agents will also get to see the Resort sparkle with the lights, sounds and scents of the merriest season of them all – Christmas!

Cinderella Castle at Christmas WDW

To go in the running, you’ll need to make a new profile here and register any eligible Disney Destinations, Virgin Australia and Delta Air Lines bookings that fit the competitions criteria listed on the terms and conditions on the site.

Seven winners will be selected based on top-selling retail and wholesale agents throughout the incentive period; three randomly drawn spots are on offer– meaning every booking made counts, and one additional spot for the top-selling agent who’s entering the competition for the first time in 2018.

The incentive period runs until 21 September 2018.

SEE WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

  • John McDonald

    why can’t you buy Disneyland(LA) tickets beyond 31DEC 2018 on expedia at least ?

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