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Disney World is offering 4-day, 4-park tickets for $89 per day

Posted: 10:18 AM, Jan 24, 2020
Updated: 2020-01-24 12:33:45-05
Disney World is offering 4-day, 4-park tickets for $89 per day

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If you’re planning a family vacation to Walt Disney World in Florida, we’ve found a deal you need to grab.

Right now, Walt Disney World has a special discount ticket available for guests who want to hit up every theme park during their family vacation. The 4-Park Magic Ticket, available directly from the Walt Disney World website, gives guests access to each park at the resort including the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

Marie Rossiter

With this ticket, you can enter one theme park per day. Each theme park can be entered just once.

Guests must select a start date on or before Sept. 30, 2020, and tickets expires seven days after the selected start date. So, for example, you could use the tickets for two days in a row at two different parks, take a day off to rest by the pool, and then continue your park visits before heading home. How you use the tickets is totally up to you, as long as you use them within the allotted seven days.

There is no park hopping (traveling from one theme park to another within one day) with this pass. However, you can add admission to either of Walt Disney World’s water parks — Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard Beach — for just an extra $40 per ticket. Also included in this $40 add-on is free admission per ticket to the NBA Experience at Disney Springs.

Prices for the 4-Park Magic Ticket start at about $89 per day — or $356 total per person, ages 10 and up. For guests under age 10, the total cost is $340. Your cost will also depend upon what time of year you decide to visit Walt Disney World, as ticket prices change based on projected crowds. So Spring Break, for example, may be more expensive than other times of the year, like January or February.

You can easily find the least expensive times to visit by going to the official Walt Disney World website and entering your dates on the ticket offer page. So check out which time works for you and start packing your bags for that magical vacation!

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