I hear that Disney every year handed out a 1 day pass to Disneyland or Disneyworld, I dont know. To every one of their shareholders who attend the annual shareholders meeting. But I hear in some blogs that they stopped this tradition ect. Is this true? Could anyone confirm they actually did that before? Or still do? This would be interesting.
You can get a free six day pass for family members and friends and an unlimited pass for yourself to all international disney parks if you work there.... of course you'd have to be willing to sell your soul for the company to obtain said passes.
Agreed - you have to play by Disney's rules if you want those passes (I'm game, lol).
Meh, I worked at Disney for a month - it was supposed to be their college internship program. Simply put: it was the worst job I've ever had. And I only got 3 credits for doing it.
I am a shareholder of DIS [Disney] I get my annual dividend, never did I get free passes to go to Disney World or whatever.
I will look into it or ask my top broker, although I am a broker myself.
I can fly to Disney for 150 round trip and still save even more money with other discounts I have compiled.
My grandfather worked at disney, and I live about an hour away from it. Therefore, I've gotten into disney for free my entire life. I've been to each park dozens of times, I only go now when they have something new.
Having a relitive that works there is great, not only do you get in free, but you can get discounts in the shops and resturaunts as well.