Free “Frog” Tickets Available At Disney World

by All Things Mouse Staff on October 11, 2009
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Visitors to the Walt Disney World theme parks have an opportunity to not only enjoy the park that day, but also get a free card with a code on it enabling them to enjoy a Disney movie later on this year.

Guests, 10 and older,  in the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios and the Animal Kingdom can go to select locations to receive a free card.  Then once home, they can go online with this card, input the code printed on it, and receive free “movie dollars” towards the purchase of a child’s ticket (with accompanying adult) to see the new Disney movie “The Princess and the Frog.”

The Princess and the Frog premieres nationwide on December 11, 2009.  It is the first hand-drawn animated picture from the Disney Company since Home on the Range was released in 2004.  All of the movies released since then were computer-generated.

“Frog” features the voice talents of John Goodman, Kieth David and Oprah Winfrey, just to name a few.  The story revolves around Princess Tiana who lives in the New Orleans’ French Quarter.

Restrictions apply to the free ticket offer, so consult the card for details.

Locations in Disney World to receive the card include The Emporium, Main Street Confectionery, Main Street Cinema, Town Square Exposition Hall, Mouse Gear, Gateway Gifts, Island Mercantile, Outpost, Mickey’s of Hollywood and  Keystone Clothiers. For additional locations, please see a cast member.

Walt Disney World Official 2015 Birnbaum's Guidebook

Walt Disney World Official 2015 Birnbaum’s Guidebook

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