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Disney. World. 

The two words that all kids dream about! If you’re contemplating what to do this Summer with the family, consider heading to Disney World as they will be offering up great deals! You can’t beat vacations savings.

Starting January 18th, just head here where they will be offering up 4-Park Magic Tickets for as low as $80 per day! These tickets give you access to all four Disney parks – including Disney’s Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom. Sweet!

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Choose from the following options (Starting 1/18/19):

4-Park Magic Value Ticket
Adult: $85 per day ($340 total plus tax)
Child: $80 per day ($320 total plus tax)

Valid for admission January 18 through March 1, 2019. Note that your tickets must be used within 7 days of first park visit, or by March 1, 2019, whichever comes first.


4-Park Magic Select Ticket
Adult: $89 per day ($356 total plus tax)
Child: $84 per day ($336 total plus tax)

Valid for admission January 18 through March 14, March 27 through April 9, April 27 through May 27, and August 19 through September 30, 2019. Note that your tickets must be used within 7 days of first park visit, or by September 30, 2019, whichever comes first.


4-Park Magic Summer Ticket
Adult: $95 per day ($380 total plus tax)
Child: $90 per day ($360 total plus tax)

Valid for admission January 18 through March 14, March 27 through April 9, and April 27 through September 30, 2019. Note that your tickets must be used within 7 days of first park visit, or by September 30, 2019, whichever comes first.


*Note that there is a limit of one admission per theme park, and one park per day. Activities and events are separately priced.

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Comments 31

  1. jen

    does anyone know if these have to be purchased seprately from a travel package or will the price be adjusted?

  2. Sarahwink23

    Can I fast pass be purchased separately but count for these? And how long is this promotion go on until?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi there! The promotion above runs through September, 30th. I’m not finding information on the fast pass. You could always contact customer service for more information – (407) 939-5277 Hope that helps!

    • Shar Rundio

      Fastpasses aren’t purchased, they just come as part of the ticket for WDW. If you are staying on site you get access to book fast passes at 60 days out and if you’re staying off site they’re available at 30 days.

    • Amy

      You don’t buy fast passes for Disney. That’s at Universal. 🙂 Disney allows every ticket linked to a My Disney Experience account to book 3 fast passes per day. You can do it 60 days ahead of time if you are staying on Disney property and 30 days if you’re staying off property. It’s really good to get all morning fast passes. Then, right after your party scans the final pass, log into the My Disney Experience app and snag another one. You can keep doing that all day. If you don’t want to use the app, there are kiosks all around the park. °o°

  3. Neil Vesek

    Are idea how to get a discount on a 1 day pass?

    • ~Ann~

      The only way I have found to get a really good discount on 1 day passes is to find a school auction or other fundraiser where someone knew someone and managed to get a 4 pack of 1 day park hoppers donated by Disney to the fundraiser. And then only if no one is silly and bids them up like crazy. Comp tickets like that aren’t usually able to be upgraded to multiple day tickets because they were free, but people don’t always read the fine print.

  4. gary

    When i see the cost of the disney “deals” it makes me throw up a little in my mouth. SMH. If only Disney wasnt so magical & fun !! Lol

    • Rachel

      Agree so much with this lol

  5. B

    Prayerfully one day I can afford to take my kids. This all just adds up so quick!

    • s

      I know I’m in the minority, but I just don’t get it. We brought our kids once and it was SO expensive & SO crowded (even in “off season”) I guess I dont get the “magic” of it all. Don’t feel bad if you can’t afford!

      • GaGa

        I have gone to Disney World since they opened. It is great fun, but not worth this much! I don’t know how families can afford this!

      • Shannon

        I agree, I know others feel the same way. The rides and shows are awesome but there are just SO many people and the high cost just makes it all not worth it. Never have I seen so many parents yelling at their kids and kids having meltdowns all in the same place. There’s no off season anymore because people from all over the world go there. What magic?!?

      • Tia in FL

        And truly, Disney isn’t for everyone. We live in S. Fla and my kids prefer going to Busch Gardens. They are riders and the structure with the passes or not being sure they were going to ride something just wasn’t for them. It’s definitely great for kids into the characters and shows though. Some of the kids faces when they see a character they love makes all the money you spent worth it!

    • Lo

      I don’t get Disney either. Especially since they keep raising prices. We went once for 1 day. And it was rushed and there was a melt down sorta but really it’s cuz it was boring to my husband and son since they’re cedar point real rides kind of ppl. My daughter liked it but maybe cuz of the hype. I’d take her back with my sister cuz she’s military but really overrated in my opinion.
      Plus didn’t they get rid of the electric parade?! The best part of Disney.

    • CaMomOf2

      Walt Disney would never have wanted the prices to get so high that families couldn’t afford to take their children. It’s an absolute disgrace, and the six and possibly seven-figure salary executives should be ashamed of themselves. Greed is an awful thing.

  6. Rn

    Good deal but such short timeframes to use them

  7. Rachel

    Wonder if Florida residents get a discount… 🤔

    • Amyr

      They have a better deal for Florida residents. The Discover Disney 3-day ticket is $175.

  8. Deena

    Is this deal for Florida Disney or Disney land , loss angels???

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Deena! This is for Disney World, in Florida. Hope that helps!

  9. Deena

    I mean Los Angeles (LA)

    • Mita

      The only deal I’ve heard for DL in California is the 3-day resident offer.

  10. Ashley

    We went for Christmas and had a blast. It was a last minute decision and we were still able to ride pretty much everything we wanted at Magic Kingdom and Epcot {except Frozen Ever After 😕}. It’s all about perspective. I know it’s crowded but it’s just so magical! This deal paired with the Frontier Airline deal makes me wanna go back in a few months!

  11. kerRI

    I recently lived in orlando (for 12 yrs). Remember there are TONS of fun family & adult things to do in the surrounding area. I cant stress enough to check groupon & living social prior as there are always deals for attractions & restaurants that can make for a “non disney day” more affordable. The Space Station is an amazing place to visit & if planned ahead of time u can score a better deal.

  12. Rene

    I love WDW ,, but the crowds and the price of food and tickets !!!’ You can only use 3 fast pass a day in one park . And those 3 rides maybe the only 3 you can get on without hours of long lines .. Magic yes ,,, but not worth the price and crowd!!

    • DaisyRose

      Once you use all 3 of your original fast passes that you chose, use the Disney app or Disney kiosk while you are in the park to select another fastpass. After you use that fastpass use the app or kiosk to choose another, and keep doing it after you use each fastpass. You can only select one at a time after you use the initial 3 that you choose before going to the park and you can do this until the park closes.

      • Susan

        I’ve been a passholder for years and never knew that! Thanks for the tip!!

  13. Aly

    With a little bit of planning & learning to go with the flow you can avoid long lines and crowds. I’ve gone in the summer and not waited more than 20 minutes for anything by utilizing fast pass and the go early, stay late, take a mid day break philosophy.

    Of course if you hit the parks mid-day you are going to have a miserable time. I find most people who don’t like Disney just didn’t know how to do it right. 😉

  14. Dallas

    Disney is overpriced, overpopulated and overwhelming! But it is an amazing time with my kids that brings us together for fun and food and experiences! We visit countries and cultures that span the globe in one day, we take in shows, fireworks, boat rides, visit with beloved characters, princesses and experience fairy tales. We taste good and fare from around the world, certainly places we wouldn’t be able to visit at this point of our lives. We believe in magic for a few days every few years and share our joy with family and friends long after we get home. My kids reminisce about the many different memories that have stuck with them through our trips, the good the bad the busy! At the end of the day, we budget, save, pick specific times of the year and find the value in the trip. I cringe seeing the prices, but I know what we get in return is worth it to us. We have lots of memories from free fun together too! We just try to balance both! But when we go….we cherish every moment!

    • seeMEnow

      U hit the nail on the head with each aspect and point you made. Im 40 & can remember specific moments from our trips that ill cherish forever. I believe EVERY child should get to experience the magic and fantasy disney is all about. The looks on my kids faces is what, as an adult, ill cherish forever. Its a shame that its soo overwhelmingly expensive tho, making it not possible for lots of families.

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