Disney World preps new 4-park, 4-day ticket plan
Walt Disney World will starting selling a ticket that allows buyers to enter each of its theme parks for one day apiece. Its total price of
$340 breaks down to $85 per day.
The deal — dubbed the
4-Park Magic Value Ticket — will go on sale Jan. 18, and the tickets must be used by March 1.
It works for one day of admission to Magic Kingdom, one day at Epcot, one day at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and one day at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Tickets can be used to enter each theme park only once.
Earlier this year, Disney changed its park pricing to a date-based system, under which the cost of admission varies from day to day. Currently, a one-day ticket in January or February ranges between $104 and $129 for Florida residents. However, purchasing a four-day ticket for that span can push the per-day price down as low as $53; however, those come with tighter restrictions about when they can be used than the Magic Value Tickets do.
There will also be versions of the new 4-Park pass for specific time periods later in 2019. The
4-Park Magic Select Tickets costs $356 ($89 per day), while the 4-Park Magic Summer Ticket is
$380 ($95 per day).
For more information and exact dates for the
4-Park Magic Value Ticket, go to disneyworld.com/ parkmagic. To explore other theme-park admission options, go to disney world.com/tickets