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INTRODUCTION TO TICKETS

WDW TICKET BASICS

In 2013, Disney changed their ticket media from paper tickets to Radio Frequency ID (RFID) cards. To accommodate these, park turnstiles were also converted to touch point scanners. In order to use these new systems, you will have to do one of two things:

  • convert any paper ticket you may have to one of the new RFID tickets. This conversion is done free of charge at any resort concierge desk, any theme park or water park ticket booth or at any Guest Relations location.
  • Add your old ticket to your My Disney Experience account. Once added, no hard ticket is necessary. Simply use your MagicBand.

What do the Admission tickets include?

Regular Magic Your Way Base tickets provide entrance to a single theme park on a given day. You may add on options such as Park Hopping (to visit more than one theme park on a given day) and the Water Park Fun & More (to receive a varying amount of admissions to the so-called "minor gates" that consist of the water parks, DisneyQuest, Oak Trails Golf Course, Disney's miniature golf courses and Wide World of Sports). None of these tickets will provide admission to any of the special Disney events that are referred to as "Hard Ticket Events". Use of Disney transportation is included with admission.

What are Hard Ticketed Events?

Hard Ticket Events are when the park closes early to the general public and reopens in the evening for a special themed event that requires a separate admission ticket. Examples of Hard Ticketed Events include: Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party, Night of Joy, and Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party. When purchasing Hard Tickets, be sure to ask if there are Florida Resident, DVC or Annual Passholder discounts available!

Are there adult and child tickets? How about Senior Citizen or Disabled Ticket prices?

Tickets are sold as "Guest 10+" for adult tickets or "Guest 3-9" for a child. Anyone under age three is free. There are no special tickets or discounts for the disabled or senior citizens.

I heard that tickets are very expensive; almost $100 a day per park. If there aren't any Senior or Disabled discounts, do they have discounted tickets at all.

Everyone always asks how they can get Ticket discounts. Discount programs and discounts are limited but currently are available on select ticket media that are offered to Florida residents, Disney Vacation Club (DVC) members, military personnel or a AAA member. AAA discounted tickets are only available at AAA offices. Please be aware that AAA discounts on tickets are not available through Disney. You must buy them from AAA directly. If you have an Annual Pass, always present it when purchasing a WDW ticket of any kind - you never know when a discount may apply. Sometimes you can get discounted admissions as part of a WDW vacation package.

Since 01/02/05, DVC members can get discounts off the price of new or renewed AP's, PAP's or FL Resident SP's. See our DVC AP discount FAQ for complete information.

There are also Florida resident specials (discussed in the Florida Resident Ticket section). Your admission media cost may also vary if you purchase a WDW package which includes park admissions.

Disney tickets may also be obtained at a slight discount from independent ticket wholesalers in the State of Florida. Keep in mind that these businesses are not part of Disney. They are independent entireties that set their own rules and prices.

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DECIDING WHAT TYPE OF TICKET TO PURCHASE

I'm already confused -- how do I go about deciding what type of ticket to buy?

First evaluate your travel plans and budget - How many days do you plan to visit the WDW major parks? How much are you willing to spend on admission media? Do you want just enough admissions for this trip or do you want to buy some extras and save them for your next visit? How likely/often will you visit the Water Parks or DisneyQuest? Will you be returning to WDW within the next 12 months? Will you stay at a WDW hotel? How likely is it you'll never come back to WDW or won't be back for at least several years?

Weigh your choices carefully. What might seem like a good deal, may not be. The Magic Your Way tickets offer greater flexibility than previous WDW passes. You start with the Base Ticket which is really just a one park per day ticket and can increase your days and add on from there. These tickets offer the best per day prices with the longer ticket lengths (between 4 and 10 days), the longer the ticket, the lower the per day price.

Determine if an Annual Pass or a Premium Annual Pass may serve your needs better. You can always plan next year's visit 1-2 weeks earlier so your Annual Pass is still valid, hence saving an entire trip's admissions cost. Visit our "break-even" analysis, "When Does an Annual Pass Become Cost-Effective?" for more details about deciding if an AP is for you.

What are these Plus Visits (now called Water Park Fun & More) I see included on some passes?

It depends on what ticket they are on. If it is a plus visit (option) from one of the old pre-2005 Park Hopper Plus (PHP) tickets, it is one valid admission for one person to your choice of any one of the following:

  • Typhoon Lagoon
  • Blizzard Beach
  • ESPN's Wide World of Sports

If it is a WPF&M visit from one of the Magic Your Way tickets, it includes DisneyQuest as well as the places listed for the PHP plus options. And beginning June 28, 2008, you can also choose to use a visit to play a round of golf at Disney's Oak Trail Golf Course, a relaxed, nine-hole walking course designed for the entire family. Tee times are required and subject to availability. For tee times, call (407) WDW-GOLF (407-939-4653) or visit disneyworldgolf.com.

NEW FUN OPTIONS ADDED

As of June 3, 2012, ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex Now includes 30 minutes of game access at The PlayStation® Pavilion. And at Disney's Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf Course & Disney's Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Course you receive one round of golf at the Miniature Golf locations per day prior to 4pm. Be advised that these two Fun Options only come with a WPF&M add on. They DO NOT come with the Premium Annual Pass (PAP).

Think of it as two tickets with different privileges on one card. Everything expires 14 days after first use. Using a Water Park Fun & More option does not use up a major park day from your pass. But unlike the major park admissions on these tickets, you can only visit one place per WPF&M visit. No hopping is allowed on these visits even if you purchased the Park Hopper option for your MYW ticket. Unlike the major park admissions, you are allowed to visit multiple WPF&M locations on any one day but if you do, you will use up one WPF&M option for each place you visit. Leaving and returning to the same park on the same day does not use an extra entry as readmissions are always allowed at the same park on any day.

WPF&M visits may or may not be used on the same days as you go to the major parks. If you use a WPF&M visit on one day and do not go to a major park, you do not use up one of your major park admissions.

Your WPF&M visits are completely independent of your major park visits. Example: You can go to a water park only on day one (1 WPF&M visit), then do a major park on day two (1 theme park admission) followed by a major park (1 theme park admission) and a Typhoon Lagoon visit (1 WPF&M visit) on day three. At the end of day three you will have used up two major park admissions and two WPF&M visits. But if on day four you went to TL in the morning and DQ in the afternoon, you would have used two WPF&M entries in the same day.

Do I have to use my WPF&M options in different places or can I go back to a place twice?

You can use them all at the same venue if you so desire. You have three limitations. One is that you can only use it for one person. You cannot have a group of three use three options off your one pass. The second one is that you will use a separate Plus option for EACH water park, WWoS, DQ admission, mini golf round or Disney's Oak Trail golf course round you do on the same day. You are allowed to go to one, leave and return to the same one on a given day but you cannot park hop between the WPF&M venues like you can with the major park days. You are limited to one round of mini golf per ticket per day prior to 4:00 pm.

How do I use a MYW ticket with the Water Park Fun & More options?

Now that you have purchased MYW tickets with the WPF&M option, you'll need to know how they work. The easiest thing to do is to think of it as two completely different tickets put on the same card. The theme parks portion is measured in days (one use equals one day) while the WPF&M portion is measured in separate admissions (going to two WPF&M gates on the same day will use two admissions).

For the theme parks admissions:

1) You get admission to any of the four WDW major theme parks for the number of days you bought your ticket for. You do not have to go to a theme park on consecutive days.

2) If you purchased the Park Hopping option, you may visit more than one theme park on any day and it will consume only one day's admission from your ticket. If you have not purchased the PH, you must choose a single theme park you wish to attend that day. You may leave and return later that day TO THE SAME PARK if you desire but you cannot enter another theme park on the same day.

3) If you do not purchase the Park Hopper option, you cannot use another day's admission to visit a second theme park on the same day

you went to another.

For the WPF&M admissions:

1) You get a set number of admissions to the minor parks that mirrors the length of your MYW ticket in most cases. You will get two admissions with a 1 or 2 day ticket, and on all other MYW tickets you will get the same number of admissions as the number of theme park days on your ticket. Example: a 5 day ticket has 5 admissions, a 7 day has 7 and a 10 day has 10.

2) These WPF&M admissions do not allow park hopping even if you added the park hopper option to your ticket. Each time you enter a minor park on any given day, you will use another WPF&M admission. The exception is that you are also allowed to leave and return TO THE SAME WPF&M PARK on the same day and not use a second admission.

3) You do not have to use a theme park admission on the day(s) you wish to use a WPF&M admission.

For both kinds of admissions:

1) You have 14 days from first use of the ticket at ANY turnstile to use all of the admissions on both portions.

2) The ticket must be used by the same person on all days. Ticket tagging (biometric finger scanning) is attached to the ticket at the first use to tie the ticket to that person.

What Ticket Options do I have?

The coming of the Magic Your Way tickets has actually increased the number of available options for you to use in building the ticket that you desire. Below is a description of the currently available ticket options and approximate (non-discounted) gate prices for adults/children (ages 3-9). Prices include tax, except where noted and are subject to change. Daily theme park parking is $17 for non-resort guests. Ages under 3 gain free admission. The prices are shown here for comparison purposes only and are subject to change. Please call WDW direct to confirm (1-407-W-DISNEY).

TICKET MEDIA AND PRICES

Walt Disney World last increased prices on Sunday, February 22nd 2015.

Beginning on January 2, 2005, Disney completely changed the way they sell all daily admission tickets. They introduced a new ticket called "Magic Your Way". These tickets are available to all on and off site guests.

The ticket starts out with what they call the Base Ticket. Base Tickets will be available in lengths of 1 to 10 days. In essence, this is a one park ticket that allows you to visit whatever theme park you want but no park hopping is allowed even if you buy 5 or 6 days. Then once you have this Base Ticket, you are able to add on any additional admissions you may want. You can add on the Park Hopper which will allow you to turn that Base Ticket into a Park Hopper. It will allow you to visit multiple theme parks on the same day. The pricing structure is set up so the longer the length of the ticket you buy, the lower the per day cost of each day becomes.

You can also add on the Water Park Fun & More which will allow you a set number of admissions to the water parks, Wide World of Sports and DisneyQuest. You get two WPF&M visits with the one or two day tickets; 3 with the 3 day, 4 with the 4 day, 5 with the 5 day, 6 with the 6 day, 7 with the 7 day, 8 with the 8 day, 9 with the 9 day, and 10 with a 10 day ticket. If you add on both the Park Hopper and Water Parks Fun & More options, you will have created what Disney calls a Magic Your Way Park Hopper & WPF&M Ticket.

All adult (ages 10+) ticket holders must use the biometric scanners before entering a park no matter what ticket they have or whether you have the actual ticket or are using your MagicBand. See our Finger Scans For Passes page for more information. Should the biometric scan fail, you will be asked for a photo ID before being allowed in.

Park Hopping and Water Park Fun & More are available as add ons. They may be added at any time but will be charged at the full rate of the add on regardless of how many unused admissions remain on the ticket. The add ons (PH, WPF&M) are priced on a *per ticket* cost, not on a per day cost. You may do the add ons at any Guest Relations location in the parks or DTD or at the Lobby Concierge (formerly Guest Services) window at any Disney resort.

So you can now custom design the length and makeup of your MYW ticket with any of the following five options that best suit your needs:

  • One Day Tickets - See Prices
  • Base Ticket only (one theme park per day, no theme park hopping, no pluses, expires 14 days from 1st use) - See Prices
  • Base Ticket with Park Hopping add on (theme park hopping allowed, no pluses, expires 14 days from 1st use) - See Prices
  • Base Ticket with Water Park Fun & More add on (one theme park per day, no theme park hopping, number of WPF&M Options determined by length of ticket, expires 14 days from 1st use) - See Prices
  • Base Ticket with Park Hopper & WPF&M (number of Water Park Fun & More Options determined by length of ticket, expires 14 days from 1st use - See Prices

    Adding either Park Hopping or the Water Park Fun & More options is a flat fee. If you add both of the options at the same time, you will get a discount over the price of both individually. It doesn't matter what the length of the ticket is.

    Current prices for Magic Your Way addons (Park Hopping, Water Park Fun And More) are as follows:

    • Add Park Hopper - $ 64.00 plus tax per ticket
    • Add Park Hopper (FL Resident tickets) - $ 32.00 plus tax per ticket
    • Add Water Park Fun & More - $ 60.00 plus tax per ticket
    • Add Water Park Fun & More (Florida Resident tickets) - $ 32.00 plus tax per ticket
    • Add BOTH Water Park Fun & More and Park Hopper - $ 90.00 plus tax per ticket
    • Add BOTH Water Park Fun & More and Park Hopper (Florida Residents) - $ 64.00 plus tax per ticket

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    All prices quoted are for purchases made while at the WDW Resort. See our Ticketchart page.

    Theme Park New Annual Pass - $ 696.51 w/tax (Ages 10+); $ 696.51 w/tax (Ages 3-9). Provides admission to Disney's Hollywood Studios, Epcot, Magic Kingdom and Disney's Animal Kingdom for one year from date of voucher redemption or in-person purchase at WDW. Does NOT include admission to any of the Water Parks or Disney Quest. Complimentary parking is also included in the price. Annual Passholders have other benefits described on our Annual Passholders page . There is a small discount when you renew your AP.

    Florida Resident Theme Park Annual Pass - Provides admission to Disney's Hollywood Studios, Epcot, Magic Kingdom and Disney's Animal Kingdom and free parking for one year from date of voucher redemption or in-person purchase at WDW. Adults $ 563.39 with tax; Children Ages 3-9 $ 563.39. with tax.

    Premium Annual Pass - Provides admission to Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom, plus Disney Quest, Blizzard Beach, Typhoon Lagoon, ESPN's Wide World of Sports and Disney's Oak Trail Golf Course and free parking for one year from date of voucher redemption or in-person purchase at WDW. Complimentary parking is also included in the price. Premium Annual Passholders have other benefits described in the AP section. There is a small discount when you renew your AP. $ 829.64 w/tax(Ages 10+); $ 829.64 w/tax (Ages 3-9)

    Florida Resident Premium Annual Pass - Provides admission to Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom, plus Blizzard Beach, Typhoon Lagoon, ESPN's Wide World of Sports and Disney's Oak Trail Golf Course and free parking for one year from date of voucher redemption or in-person purchase at WDW. Adults $ 691.19 with tax; Children Ages 3-9 $ 691.19. with tax.

    Disney's Premier Passport - admission to Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom, plus Blizzard Beach, Typhoon Lagoon, ESPN's Wide World of Sports and Disney's Oak Trail Golf Course and free parking as well as being valid at Disneyland in California for unlimited admission to both Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure Parks including park hopping privileges and free parking at any pay-on-entry parking lot. Good for one year from date of voucher redemption or in-person purchase at WDW or DLR. Adults $ 1134.75 with tax; Children Ages 3-9 $ 1134.75. with tax.

    Water Parks 1-Day - Provides one-day admission to Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard Beach for designated time period. As of February 22, 2015, Guests using a 1-day Water Park ticket will now be able to visit both Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park and Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park on the same day if they wish when both Water Parks are open. (This does not apply to the Water Park Fun & More Option. The Water Park Fun & More Option is unchanged.) $ 61.77 (Ages 10+); $ 53.25 (Ages 3-9) with tax.

    Water Parks Annual Pass - Provides unlimited admission to both water parks for one year. Adults $ 117.15 with tax; children 3-9 $ 105.44 with tax.

    ESPN's Wide World of Sports - Provides general admission to ESPN's Wide World of Sports complex. (Does not include Premium Events.) $ 16.50 (Ages 10+); $ 11.50 (Ages 3-9), with tax

    Disney Quest Annual Pass - Good for one year from date of purchase - unlimited admissions to Disney Quest. Adults $ 95.85 (with tax), Children 3-9 $ 76.68 (with tax).

    Disney Quest & Water Parks Annual Pass - Good at Disney Quest and both water parks, Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon, for one year from date of purchase. Adults: $ 148.04 (with tax), Children 3-9 $ 132.06 (with tax).

    DisneyQuest 1 Day - $ 47.93 (Ages 10+); $ 41.54 (Ages 3-9), with tax

    Cirque du Soleil - Category 1 tickets: $ 120.35 (Ages 10+); $ 94.79 (Ages 3-9), with tax ;

    Category 2 tickets: $ 100.95 (Ages 10+); $ 76.68 (Ages 3-9), with tax

    Source: www.allears.net

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