Disney World is kicking off the new year with an amazing ticket deal. 

By Elizabeth Rhodes
December 24, 2020
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Editor's Note: Those who choose to travel are strongly encouraged to check local government restrictions, rules, and safety measures related to COVID-19 and take personal comfort levels and health conditions into consideration before departure.

If you’re dreaming of visiting the Most Magical Place on Earth in 2021, we have some great news: Walt Disney World Resort just unveiled a special new offer that gives guests two additional days of theme park tickets. 

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Available to book starting on Jan. 5, 2021, this deal gives guests two additional days of theme park tickets when they buy a non-discounted four-night, three-day room and ticket package at select Disney Resort hotels. The offer is valid for arrivals on most nights from Jan. 8 to Sept. 25, 2021 — and it provides some serious savings for people planning to visit the parks next year. 

So, what can you do with two extra days in the park? If you haven’t been to Disney World in the last year, there’s a lot to see and do. Disney’s Hollywood Studios debuted some major additions, from the incredibly immersive and thrilling Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance attraction (which opened last December) to the first-ever Mickey and Minnie-themed ride, Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway (which opened in March just before the parks closed amid the pandemic). 

The iconic Cinderella Castle in Magic Kingdom got a makeover this summer, making it an even better backdrop for your vacation photos. And Disney’s Blizzard Beach water park is scheduled to reopen on March 7 — it remained closed after the parks reopened this summer, but it will be kicking off its 25th season this spring. Plus, the Park Hopper benefit is returning in 2021, so guests will be able to visit more than one theme park per day after 2 p.m. 

Of course, health and safety measures are still in place across the resort, and theme park reservations (in addition to valid admission) are required for entry. You can check theme park reservation availability at any time on the Disney World website

Elizabeth Rhodes is an associate digital editor at Travel + Leisure who loves all things theme parks. Follow her adventures on Instagram @elizabetheverywhere