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Walt Disney World 4-Park Magic Tickets as Low as $80 Per Day

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“It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.”
-Walt Disney

If visiting Walt Disney World has been on your list of things to do, now is a great time to purchase tickets!

Through September 30th, you can score 4-Day Tickets for as low as $80 for Children and $85 for Adults. These tickets let you experience the magic of all four Disney World Parks each day– including Disney’s Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom.

Note that these tickets are valid for one park per day, and cannot be upgraded with the Park Hopper add-on. You can add on the Memory Maker for $169 and the Water Park add-on for $34 for Children and $40 for Adults.

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Choose from the following options (Thru 9/30):

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.


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  1. Michelle

    Just ordered mine….leaving Sunday!!!! Thank you so much for the heads up. Will be my dad’s first trip at age 65 and his birthday!!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Aww, SO exciting! Hoping you have a wonderful trip! Happy Birthday to your dad! ❤

    • Steph F.

      Remember to ask for the buttons! They have “first trip” and “birthday” ones. He will get a little extra love from the cast members 😊

      • Michelle Cueva

        Thank you Steph!!!

  2. Sarahwink23

    We are planning on going in mid September. Can this promotion sell out or is it really offered all the way until September 30? I am definitely planning on purchasing but would rather wait a bit instead of buying the tickets today. Thank you for posting!

    • Megan

      While most specials for vacation packages are subject to availability, this ticket packages are not advertised as such. Therefore, they are not a race to buy item. Just know, they do carry more stipulations (one day each park, not able to be upgraded). Therefore, if you have thoughts of going 5 or 6 days, traditional multi-day passes are likely the better value.

    • Megan Webster

      Vacation package specials are listed as limited availability. These ticket packages are not. So, they don’t have to be a race to buy. Also, pricing it out, if you are thinking of more that 4 days, traditional multi-day ticket packages are likely the better deal.

  3. Laura

    This sale is going on until September 30th? Or is that the date the tickets need to be used by. I want to purchase the tickets in the spring. TIA!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Laura! It looks like both the sale and admission dates (depending on the package you choose) are valid through 9/30. You can always give them a call for additional details – (407) 939-7646 Hope that helps !

    • Megan Webster

      Ticket packages are date dependent for what the pricing is. They are good for 7 days from first use or the date of the special ending (I.e. September 30), whichever comes first.

  4. Jaime

    Does any one know if I were to purchase tickets (not these ones since I won’t be traveling until 2020) and then a sale happens like this, can I call Disney and get a refund on the difference? I know travel agents can do that but I didn’t know if anyone could do that.

    • Megan

      You can call. Yes, as travel agents, we can modify purchases to have the difference credited. Agents are free if you are interested.

    • CC

      I doubt it, but you can always call (eg most of their promos have requirements like purchased between x and y for dates z through c; so if you purchased between other dates, it wouldn’t be valid; plus Disney would already have your money and they are in the business of making money… ) if you go with military personnel and they have valid military ID you will get a better price than any of their sales

  5. JeJi

    If your family loves roller coaster, I highly suggest checking out Cedar Point in Sandusky, OH. They have 16 roller coasters and awesome flat rides as well. The little kids areas (3 of them!) are themed after Snoopy and the Peanuts gang. Cedar Point is located on a peninsula on Lake Erie with spectacular views and a free beach. Not to mention if you shop around online you can get daily tickets for around $45 per person (try Groupon). Or stay at their hotels and receive a discount on park admissions. Disney is great but nothing compares to Cedar Point! I do not work for them, I just love them so much!

    • Lo

      Yes! My boys hated Disney because of cedar point. I hated the price but my daughter liked it

  6. Hope Bogett

    If you buy these tickets can you add the fast pass and/or park hopper to them?

    • Megan

      You cannot with this deal.

    • Lora

      You can get fast passes but you can not add park hopper to them

    • Tabi

      Fast pass is included with tickets.

  7. Laura

    Thank you so much!!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re very welcome!

  8. Rachel

    You may want to add that that is the price per day for four days. Just a little misleading at first glance 🙂

    • Rachel

      Oh nevermind, I see the title has that! Sorry!

  9. Melissa

    What age is considered “child”? More importantly, what age is still free to enter park?

    • Susan

      Two and under is free. Child ticket is ages 3-9. Adult pricing starts at 10.

  10. CC

    Just in Florida and universal was worlds above WDW (also universal currently has buy 2 days, get 2 days!) … Disney employees assume ppl just ask for the buttons anymore (since anyone can without it actually being their birthday or other occasion and do)- we even stayed at a Disney resort during my actual birthday – can’t say anything special in a positive manner happened (until I complained to GR about all the issues.. also I’ve been at normal hotels during my birthday before and received special treatment, but not at Disney)… a lot of negatives- rampant line cutting unchecked, some rides with ridiculous lines, many many many ride breakdowns/shutdowns (about 4 rides per day while we were in line or on the ride), rude employees (who have since had “meetings” with their supervisors), employees with less enthusiasm than a corpse, employees who lie (one claimed a ride we were on hadn’t been shut down or had any down time, despite us being stuck for 15 minutes and when we exited ppl being turned away and other employees saying it was shut down with lines closed. I am glad I had taken video while we sat there), ridiculous wait times at night for Disney buses back to the resorts- over an hour each night as they would only run a bus every 25-35 minutes to each resort despite having many more buses just sitting around- and we were lucky! Some people waited 2 hours (and January is low seasons idk if they’re trying to get ppl to use their ridiculously expensive Minnie van- their version of uber- or what)! And a bunch of people got on a Disney bus to animal kingdom resorts from MK after all parks were closed and the driver tried to dump them-an entire bus load-at AK park! Until it was edging on rioting, did he agree to drop them at the hotel (which is the route he picked them up for)!, etc… whereas universal checks line cutting, has shorter lines (eg Harry Potter hogwarts was up to 80 minutes vs pandora over 300 minutes; plus universal has single rider lines that are shorter on most of their rides, WDW has single rider lines on maybe 1 ride per park); we never experienced a ride breakdown, I got a special birthday treat while at universal, employees there were very nice, we were always able to catch our universal buses on time vs waiting for the 3rd or 4th bus, bathrooms were substantially cleaner, etc… universal reminds me of Disney Paris in that it’s more compact and has the city walk area where you have lots of restaurants to choose from just outside the park gates, and has single rider lines. Disney paris (in my opinion) is better than WDW

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