When teams win the Super Bowl, what do they always say they’re going to do immediately afterward? “We’re going to Disney World!” In fact, that’s exactly what Tom Brady and the rest of the New England Patriots did earlier this year.
My point is that everybody loves Disney World. Whether you go to Disney World in Orlando, Florida, or Disneyland in Anaheim, California, or Paris or Tokyo, you’re truly going to the happiest place on earth.
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Cost of Disney World Ticket Packages
How much do Disney World tickets cost? After all, to get to the happiest place on earth you do have to buy tickets for you and your family. The costs vary, but there are better ways than others for how to buy Disney World tickets packages.
1. According to the official Disney World ticketing website, a ticket to all 4 parks called Magic Select will cost $356 for a 4-day ticket. You can visit one park each of the 4 days.
Disney says that the tickets are valid from “January 18, 2019 – March 14, 2019, March 27, 2019 – April 9, 2019, April 27, 2019 – May 27,
Summer tickets to all 4 parks for 4 days cost a bit more at $380. Their valid dates are “January 18, 2019 – March 14, 2019, March 27, 2019 – April 9,
If you notice, there’s a good deal of overlap between these dates. Because of that, if you can snag the non-Summer ticket, you should do it. It will save you $24 per ticket. For a family of 4, that’s almost $100 in savings!
If you live nearby or only plan to visit one park on one day, you can buy a 1-day 1-park ticket for $109. If you want to visit multiple parks (all 4, even!) on the same day, you can get a Park Hopper ticket for $164. For even more options, get the ticket with Park Hopper Plus Option for $189. They have something for pretty much everyone and every
Disney World also provides a handy ticket guide. This has info about all the parks as well as how it all works and the differences between each type of ticket and their cost. Scroll to the very bottom of that page to see tailored recommendations made just for you based on the days and shows you’ll be enjoying during your stay.
Discount Walt Disney World Tickets Packages
Above is just one way to buy tickets to Disney World. There are cheaper ways to buy Disney World tickets if you are willing to buy off of a different, unofficial website.
2. Buy directly from Orlando travel sellers. One of the most prominent sellers of Disney World tickets packages is Orlando Fun Tickets. According to their website, they are the #1 trusted ticket seller in all of Orlando, Florida. They also sell tickets to other amusement parks if you’re in town and want to broaden your horizons.
For Walt Disney World, Orlando Fun Tickets offers a wide range of ticket options for guests. Tickets to 1 park for 1 day start at just $42. Tickets to all 4 parks for 1 day start at less than $85. And they have plenty of other options as well, such as Disney After Hours tickets and a whole lot more.
Another great ticket resource in Orlando is Best of Orlando. If you buy 4 days worth of tickets through them, you get a 5th day absolutely FREE! That’s a pretty awesome deal. Click here to get this special offer through D Is For Disney.
3. Another great resource for getting discount tickets to Disney World is Mouse Savers. Mouse Savers is a little different from Orlando Fun Tickets and Best of Orlando. Instead of selling tickets directly themselves, they point you in the right direction of someone who can.
A few examples include Undercover Tourist, Advance Purchase Discount, Discounts on Annual Passes, Tickets through Wal-Mart, Military and Civil Service Discounted Tickets, AAA, and a whole lot of others. Definitely check it out, because they could save you a ton of money!
Summary of Disney World Tickets
As you can see, there are lots of ways to buy tickets to visit Disney World. The best one for you and your family will depend on your needs. How long you plan to stay, what you want to do while you’re there, and when you go are all important factors.
Keep in mind this is just one of the many wonderful theme parks Disney has around the world. We will be posting guides for how to get tickets to all of them, as well as the best hotels and other places to stay, discount guides, and even the best food and attractions!
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