You can’t win if you don’t enter! Here are some Disney vacations sweepstakes (legitimate ones – not scammy ones) that you can enter this month.
Enter (via Facebook) for a chance to win a Walt Disney World Resort vacation for 4! Parents/Guardians, 18+ with at least one child who is currently 12 years of age or younger at the time of entry, 50 US/DC. Void where prohibited. Ends 2/28. Click here for Official Rules: http://www.scholastic.com/
Win a 5 day/4 night vacation for 4 including airfare to Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa in Ko Olina, Hawai’i.
One Grand Prize winner. Plus, 5 1st prize winners of a Sorcerer’s Apprentice book and a limited edition lithograph. Plus, for every sweepstakes entry, Disney will donate 1 book (up to 1 million) to First Book.
Enter DAILY. Sweepstakes ends on 3/31/18.
Disney Springs Resort Area Hotel Stay Giveaway (ongoing monthly)
New month = NEW chance to win!! Enter the Disney Springs Resort Area Hotels Sweepstakes for a chance to win a FREE Hotel Stay at One of their 7 Hotels in Orlando, FL! Prize includes 3 day, 2 night accommodations at one of the Disney Springs Resort Area Hotels and Complimentary transportation to all Disney Theme Parks. By entering you agree to join their email list. A New prize package will be given away each month from everyone on the email list. Only valid email addresses count as entries. Only one email per person may enter. Final cut-off is the last day of each month at 11:59 PM EST
The sweepstakes on this list are legitimate Disney sweepstakes on official websites. Be wary of scam giveaways! Disney will never give away a vacation via a Facebook page. Can I repeat that? Disney will NEVER GIVE AWAY A VACATION ON A FACEBOOK PAGE! They may advertise on their verified Facebook page but the link will take you to a page that is part of thesite. And you know it’s a Disney vacation sweepstakes because you will have to login with (or create) your Disney website account. (If you’ve taken a Disney trip then you already have a Disney account – use that login). Other companies, like Redbook Magazine for example, may giveaway a Disney vacation also, but it will be clear what company is sponsoring the sweepstakes and the sweepstakes will be hosted on their legitimate website.
Just in case the previous paragraph was unclear, I created a post, complete with nifty pictures to determine if a Disney sweepstakes is real or fake. You can see that here.