This Is Not A Drill: Disney Is Giving Away Free Vacations To A Panel Of Moms

Olivia Roos
September 5, 2018
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Do you know Disney parks better than Mickey, Minnie, and Goofy combined?  Then you have the opportunity to work for the Disney Parks Moms Program in exchange for a completely free vacation to any of the Disney parks of your choosing (plus three). All you have to do is share you your experiences at Disney.

This is the 12th year of the annual Disney Parks Moms Program, and its top of our list when it comes to a way to get a dream vacation for basically free.

Moms who participate are required to specialize in one park experience, either the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, the Disneyland Resort in California, the runDisney events, Disney Vacation Club, or the Disney Cruise.

Moms must answer between 10 and 20 questions per week from potential Disney Parks visitors.  Each question takes about 20 minutes so applicants must be prepared to have a good amount of time to answer them.

Among other requirements, applicants must be at least 18 years of age, able to participate in the mandatory training session at the end of November, and have taken a Disney Parks vacation in the past 12 months.

The application is split into three parts: a series of short answer questions, a video submission, and a phone interview.

Even though the application and work may seem like a lot, the full paid vacation at the end of the process is definitely worth the effort!

If you know your Matterhorn from your Splash Mountain, then this is the perfect gig for you to win your dream Disney vacation.

Applications for the Disney Parks Moms Panel for 2019 will be accepted through September 12th.

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