The Walt Disney World® Resort is bringing back their 4-Park Magic Ticket. This ticket is a great option if you are not staying at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel as it cannot be purchased as part of a Walt Disney Travel Company package. As always, for Guests staying at Walt Disney World Resort hotels, the traditional date-based package product is still the best option, giving you the flexibility and opportunity to experience all the magic that the theme parks have to offer.
Beginning today, Nov. 19, 2019, you will be able to purchase a four-day, Walt Disney World Resort 4-Park Magic Ticket from $89 per day (plus tax). The 4-Park Magic Tickets include one day of admission to Magic Kingdom® Park, one day of admission to Epcot®, one day of admission to Disney’s Hollywood Studios® and one day of admission to Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park, for a total of four admissions over a 7-day usage window, with pricing now based on the first date of visit. Contact me to get yours today!
You can also upgrade your ticket to include one admission to either Disney water park and one admission to the all-new NBA Experience at Disney Springs. The 4-Park Magic Ticket is valid through Sept. 30, 2020.
- All tickets and options are nontransferable and nonrefundable and exclude activities/events separately priced.
- A 4-Park Magic Ticket includes one admission to each of the Walt Disney World theme parks (Magic Kingdom park, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park), for a total of 4 admissions.
- Limit one admission per theme park, and one park per day.
- Water Park admission is valid for one admission to Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park or Disney’s Blizzard Beach water park.
- NBA Experience admission is valid for one admission to the NBA Experience.
- Water Parks subject to rehabilitation, seasonal and weather closures.
- To participate in NBA Experience activities, footwear is required; athletic footwear is recommended. Age restrictions may apply. Adults must sign a waiver when they arrive at the venue; for children younger than age 18, the child’s parent/guardian must sign the waiver for minors.