Disney World's New 4-Park Magic Ticket Costs Just $89 a Day
A trip to Disney World is both a thrilling and expensive-sounding proposition. However, this week, Disney unveiled its latest ticket offering, which not only allows guests to save a little bit of cash but allows them to see more of the theme park, too.
Disney’s new Four-Park Magic Ticket is now available for purchase and will allow visitors to see all four of Disney World’s parks for just $89 a day. The ticket, which costs $356 total, gives people access to the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Prices vary based on each guest’s desired start date. Guests may come across slightly higher prices, however, they may also be able to find lower costs on certain dates.
According to All Ears, the cheapest months for this four park ticket deal are January, February, and September. The website was able to find prices as low as $84 per day during this time. However, peak season tickets ran about $117 per day. However, even at the elevated price point, the 4-Park Magic Ticket can help people save nearly $100 per person over traditional ticketing options.
According to Disney, the ticket can only be used to enter each theme park once per visit and one theme park per day. To purchase the ticket guests must select a start date on or before Sept. 30, 2020. Tickets expire seven days after the selected start date.
The tickets also come with an optional bonus. For an additional $40 guests can upgrade their tickets to include one admission to either Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard Beach water parks, along with one admission to the new NBA Experience at Disney Springs. For reference, a one-day pass to either of the water parks can cost upwards of $70 per person, making this yet another great steal. Need a little help planning your Disney World itinerary? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.