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‘Princess & the Frog’ Movie Offer Launches at Disney Parks

posted on October 5th, 2009 by Thomas Smith, Social Media Director, Disney Parks


The “Princess and the Frog” doesn’t hit the big screen until December but we’re celebrating early at Disney Parks.

Beginning today and through November 22, 2009, when guests age 10 or older enter a Disneyland Resort or Walt Disney World Resort theme park and present their valid theme park ticket at select merchandise locations, they can take part in a special movie offer.
Princess & the Frog Ticket

Such Guests are eligible to get a special card with details on how to get a voucher good for up to $8.00 toward the purchase of one child’s movie ticket when they purchase an adult movie ticket to see The Princess and the Frog at participating theaters from December 11 through December 31, 2009. The cards can be picked up at several locations at the Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort. Here’s the list:

Walt Disney World Resort

  • Magic Kingdom Park: The Emporium, Main Street Confectionery, Main Street Cinema, Town Square Exposition Hall, Uptown Jewelers, Cornelius Coot’s County Bounty
  • Epcot: Mouse Gear, Gateway Gifts, Epcot Camera Center, World Traveler, Port of Entry, Disney Traders
  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park: Island Mercantile, Outpost, Garden Gate Gifts
  • Disney’s Hollywood Studios: Mickey’s of Hollywood, Keystone Clothiers, The Darkroom, Celebrity 5&10, LA Prop Warehouse, In Character, Disney Studio Store, Animation Gallery

Disneyland Resort

  • Disneyland Park: The Emporium, Disney Showcase, Disney Clothiers, Ltd., China Closet
  • Disney’s California Adventure Park: Greetings from California, Engine-Ears Toys
  • Disneyland Hotel: Disney’s Fantasia Shop, Donald’s Gifts & Sundries
  • Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa: Acorns Gifts & Goods
  • Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel: Mickey In Paradise
  • Downtown Disney District: World of Disney Store

Here are some details you need to know from our friends in legal: Card quantities for this promotion are limited. Limit one card per adult ticket or annual pass. Voucher toward the purchase of a child’s movie ticket to “The Princess and the Frog” is valid for use from December 11 through December 31, 2009 at participating theaters in the fifty United States and District of Columbia. Must activate the code printed on the card by registering at www.activaterewards.com/frog to obtain a voucher. Only persons 18 or older may activate the code. Parent or legal guardian must activate the code held by persons ages 10-17. Card, code and voucher may not be sold, traded, copied or replaced, or redeemed for cash. Voucher may not be transferred. Promotion not valid for complimentary Cast Member theme park tickets. Offer subject to restrictions and change without notice. Visit www.hollywoodmoviemoney.com for a list of participating theaters and further conditions and details.

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4 Comments

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Jackie from WA on October 5th, 2009 at 3:54 pm

I am very excited about this movie!

I just may need to get into my car & drive down to Disneyland right now! It’s only a 19-hour drive! =)

Well, on second thought…maybe I’ll just share this with everyone I know for now! Thank you, Disney!

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Matthew from NY on October 5th, 2009 at 4:07 pm

Thanks for making this offer for annual passes as well. Looking forward to picking up my voucher in November.

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Jacob on October 5th, 2009 at 10:32 pm

Very cool offer. I think all of the fans would like to see more offers like this.

Also, with Mr. Lasseter at the helm, is anyone expecting this movie to dissapoint? Chances are pretty slim. Thanks JL for bringing 2D back to Disney.

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Lee on October 5th, 2009 at 11:25 pm

This is a fantastic deal! The movie is sure to be a new Disney classic. Being able to get a voucher for it? Priceless! (Aside from the $8).

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