Win Your Way to Disney! Sweepstakes and Contests
LAST UPDATE: 5/17/19
On this page we list major Disney sweepstakes and contests that are either sponsored by Disney or offer substantial Disney prizes. We also list sweepstakes with prizes of a vacation to Central Florida or Southern California. We try to pick only the best Disney contests and vacation sweepstakes that are worth your time, so we are very picky about what we will list. The listings below are only short summaries of the prizes and rules; be sure to read the complete official rules for each contest before entering.
- Check out the amazing prizes MouseSavers.com readers have won!
- Read our tips about avoiding junk mail associated with sweepstakes entries.
- Know of a sweepstakes with major Disney/Orlando/Southern California prizes that you don’t see here? Learn what sweepstakes qualify for this page and how to submit sweepstakes.
This page is usually updated every Friday.
Win a Grand Prize of 2-night trip for 4 people to choice of California or Florida, includes $2000 check to cover expense of airfare and ground transportation, hotel accommodations, 2-Day tickets to either Legoland California or Legoland Florida and $100 Legoland gift card.
See official rules for details about entry requirements. One entry per person per day. Expires 5/30/19. Thanks Heather E for info.
Win a Grand Prize of a 4-night trip for 8 people to Orlando, includes airfare, ground transfers, accommodations in a 2 bedroom villa at the new Disney’s Riviera Resort which is projected to open in late 2019 and 3-Day tickets to Walt Disney World with Park Hopper option. Some blackout dates apply.
See official rules for details about entry requirements. 5 entries per person, each entry completed by watching an informational video. Expires 6/15/19. Thanks Thomas G for info.
Win a Grand Prize of a 4-night trip for 4 people to Orlando, includes airfare, rental car, hotel accommodations and 8 single day tickets to winner’s choice of Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando or SeaWorld Orlando. Some blackout dates apply.
Open to residents of United States and Canada, except Quebec. Must be at least 21 years old to enter. See official rules for details about entry requirements. Current contest is Entry Period #3, see Rule #3. One entry per person per day. Expires 6/27/19. Thanks Michele D and Meagan S for info.
In 2003, we started listing Disney sweepstakes as well as contests with prizes of Orlando and Southern California vacations. Since then, we’ve heard from over 281 MouseSavers.com readers who have won prizes.
Here are some of the major prizes won by MouseSavers.com readers:
See, real people do win these things. (And if you win a contest you found on MouseSavers.com, let us know.) Congratulations to the winners!
Sweepstakes entries are one of the primary ways companies build their email lists. If you don’t want to be bombarded with junk email, try to opt out (if possible) from any mailing list sign-ups they are offering along with the contest entry.
It’s also smart to create a “junk mail” address through a free Web-based email provider such as Gmail and use it for all sweepstakes sign-ups. However, be sure to check that mailbox at least every couple of days, since winners are frequently notified by email.
We only list the following types of sweepstakes:
- sponsored by Disney
- major company/organization offering major Disney prizes
- major company/organization offering trip to Central Florida (Orlando, Tampa, Cocoa Beach, Cape Canaveral)
- major company/organization offering trip to Southern California (Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego)
We sometimes choose not to list specific sweepstakes for various reasons. Some of those reasons include:
- no official rules
- promotion seems misleading/questionable
- sponsor is obscure or known/suspected to be problematic
- primary prize is negligible, such as a low-value merchandise item, video or pair of tickets to a show
- rules suggest major privacy issues (seems possible your data will be sold to a telemarketer or spammer)
- Facebook sweepstakes that requires you to authorize an app (potential privacy issues)