Another Chance To Win A Free Disney World Vacation

Who is ready for a free trip to Disney World?

Who wants to win a free trip to Disney World? I think just about everyone!

This trip is not being given away by Disney itself, but by Visit Orlando, the official tourism board of Orlando and the surrounding Orange Country, Florida area. The organization promotes central Florida on behalf of more than 1,000 member businesses.

The winner of this vacation package will receive a vacation for four people:

  • Airline tickets to Orlando
  • Ground transfers from the Orlando Airport to the hotel
  • Four nights in a two bedroom suite at the Lake Buena Vista Resort (which is not a Disney Resort Hotel, but looks pretty nice)
  • $100 gift certificate for the spa at the resort
  • Two-day tickets to SeaWorld Orlando, Universal Orlando, or Walt Disney World (your choice)

How To Enter

Enter online at this address:


Here's another chance to win a vacation to Disney World.

Here’s another chance to win a vacation to Disney World.

You can enter one time per day through March 31, 2013. You must be 21 years old and a resident of the United States or Canada (but not Quebec or Puerto Rico – sorry to our friends in the north and south).

What do you think about this contest?



About the author

Herb is the founder, author, webmaster, chief executive, and chief bottle washer for World Of Walt – and he is the Disney enthusiast who put this site together. Ever since his parents took him to the Magic Kingdom on a family vacation as a youngster, he has had an interest in the magic that Disney creates for families.

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  • Bob Gardiner

    Be nice if it was for us folks in the UK.

  • Gerald Earby

    thanks,we need more contest,as the economy gets worse every year!we need some fun!

  • J. Peeler

    This contest gives me hope. I am recently separated from my wife and have two boys; a 4 year old and 10 year old, both have never had a Disney experience. I am planning on taking the 10 year old as part of going to a nephews graduation in Tallahassee but really can’t afford to take him let alone taking his younger brother too. I just had to take him before the moment is gone forever. I plan to promise the 4 year old he can go when he’s 10. I haven’t told them yet as we’re going in May and I haven’t got the nerve yet to tell the 4 year old he’s not going too. Wishing I could take them both.

  • cheryl busch and family

    this little grand daughter has been with me since she was three days old.she was 17 months old yesterday..please let me get tickets for getaway/she needs to have fun and for her and i to forget all courts and all that it took to get custody of her and for her to be happy and safe


    love to take my girls and granddaughter there. last time was 1997 , about time to go again.

  • Michelle Speer

    My parents wish to take their grandkids to Disney like they did me when I was young before they pass. With my dad battling cancer it now feels like a race with time. But I do believe we will be able to sometime in the near future. The only vacation my family has ever had is a day trip to Enchanted Forest which is like 1.5 hrs away. Would be nice to have a real one…and what better place than Disney!

  • deanna.mccann@gmail.com

    OOOOH how much fun it would be to relax in the sunshine. My 2 kids would love to go south. It sure is cooold here in Montana!!

  • deanna.mccann@gmail.com

    I think this is a wonderful way to spend a few days with my family! I work work work and don’t get to see my kids most of the work-week. I leave to work when they are just about out of school and when I get home they are in bed fast asleep. Please help me spend more time with my kids before they are grown and out of the house.

  • Stephanie Torres

    To win this trip would be a dream come true. I have always wanted to take my daughters there. they are now 34 and 48, pretty certain the magic will still happen at this age. Hugs and Kisses to Mickey and all his pals.

  • Debbie Dutton

    I would love to win this trip for my family. It would be perfect for us to all get away this year. We love Disney so much. All the characters and the park are truly what makes us happy.

  • Debbie Strickland

    Going to Disney is so Magical! Our baby granddaughter loves her some Minnie Mouse. Would love to be able to take her back.

  • Kathy

    I would love to take my son back to Disney! Even though he is autistic at 19, he loves this place and it would be so exciting to see his face if we were able to come back again!

  • fran heimerl

    My boys are 9,10 and have some delays and I am a disabilied firefighter I can not afford this type of trip for them. This would be a dream come true for all of us.

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