Disney On Ice is returning to the UK with their 2019/2020 tour Disney On Ice Celebrates 100 Years Of Magic and here's how you can get priority access and book the best seats available. Use the priority code below and you can grab tickets for Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester, Birmingham, Exeter, Aberdeen, Sheffield, London and Nottingham with early booking from is NOW ON - that's a full ten days before the general public release at 9am on Friday 10th May 2019.
Not only does this early access code guarantee you the best seats, you also save £3 per ticket.
To jump the queue and book your tickets now, here's what you have to do:
You'll notice all the seats are "padlocked" and they'll remain that way until the public sale on May 10th unless you have the "Offer Code". The offer code you need to unlock the padlock and book your seats is D2CPCE. Enter that code and then you'll be allowed to proceed and grab your tickets.
Some venues may have a restriction on the number of tickets you can buy at once using this code, so if you're looking for more than two you may have to make separate transactions.
Disney On Ice Celebrates 100 Years Of Magic 2019/2020 tour dates:
- Fri 20th Sept - Sun 29th Sept - intu Braehead Arena, Glasgow
- Wed 2nd Oct - Sun 6th Oct - Utilita Arena, Newcastle Upon Tyne
- Wed 9th Oct - Sun 13th Oct - Manchester Arena, Manchester
- Weds 16th Oct - Sun 20th Oct - Arena Birmingham, Birmingham
- Wed 23rd Oct - Sun 27th Oct - Westpoint Arena, Exeter
- Thur 31st Oct - Sun 3rd Nov - The Event Complex Aberdeen
- Wed 6th Nov - Sun 10th Nov - FlyDSA Arena Sheffield
- Wed 13th Nov - Sun 17th Nov - The SSE Arena Wembley, London
- Wed 20th Nov - Sun 24th Nov - Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
- Thur 26th Dec 2019 - Sun 5th Jan 2020 - The O2, London
These tickets will sell super fast so don't hang around and book yours now. This code is only available until the public sale but the best seats will be gone long before then!
How much are Disney On Ice Tickets?
It depends what seats you're looking to book, as they vary by time and venue.
At what age to you have to buy a ticket for Disney On Ice?
Children under 23 months are admitted free provided they sit on a parent or guardian’s lap. Children over 2 years old require a ticket.
How long is the show for Disney On Ice?
Disney On Ice shows vary in length, but they average between one hour and a half to two hours. This includes a 15-20 minute interval.
Who owns Disney On Ice?
Disney On Ice is a touring ice show produced by Feld Entertainmentunder agreement with the Walt Disney Company.