How Much Do Disney World Tickets Cost?

Disney Magic Ticket Cost

A vacation to Walt Disney World can be one of the most magical experiences you’ll have in your life. It’s also one that comes with a fair share of expenses. Travel, accommodations, Disney theme park tickets, there’s a lot to consider when you want to explore Walt Disney World. With all these expenses to keep track of, vacation planning can feel a little overwhelming. Don’t stress, we’re here to help! In this handy guide, we’ll answer one of the most important questions you may have, “How much do Disney World tickets cost?”

Disney World Base Tickets Cost (As of March 2024)

Disney World base tickets are valid for one park per day. Guests can purchase 1 to 10-day base tickets. The more days you buy, the less each day will cost. The cost of Disney World base tickets fluctuates throughout the year. Tickets will cost more per day during the peak season than during the off-season.

Number of DaysPrice per day (Adult Ticket 10+)Price per day (Child Ticket 3-9)

Disney World Park Hopper Tickets Cost

Disney World Park Hopper tickets allow guests to enjoy multiple theme parks in one day. Since these tickets allow for multiple Disney World parks in a single day, they cost more than base tickets. Park Hopper tickets will also cost less per day when you buy multiple days’ worth.

Number of DaysPrice per day (Adult Ticket 10+)Price per day (Child Ticket 3-9)

Disney World Park Hopper Plus Tickets Cost

Disney World Park Hopper Plus tickets are a step above regular Park Hopper tickets. Park Hopper Plus tickets allow guests to visit multiple theme parks in a day, as well as Disney’s water parks and other attractions. Guests can choose to visit Blizzard Beach, Typhoon Lagoon, ESPN Wide World of Sports, Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course, Fantasia Gardens Mini Golf, or Winter Summerland Mini Golf. Guests can visit multiple parks and one of the other attractions per day.

Number of DaysPrice per day (Adult Ticket 10+)Price per day (Child Ticket 3-9)

Disney World Tickets Discounts

It’s worth noting that Florida residents can get discounted Disney World tickets. With proof of residence, Floridians can save up to 40% off the cost of 3- and 4-day base tickets. There is the option for Florida residents to upgrade to Park Hopper and Park Hopper Plus tickets at a discount, as well.

Disney World Annual Passes

While we’ve gone over how much Disney World Tickets cost, there’s one other aspect of Disney vacation planning you may want to consider: Disney World Annual Passes. When you purchase an annual pass, you’ll be able to visit the Walt Disney World parks almost any day you want! The only exception is that these passes are subject to certain blockout dates where annual passholders can’t visit the parks. Otherwise, these passes can make visiting these amazing theme parks easier. Certain passes also come with discounts on entertainment and experiences. Plus, you can purchase add-ons that let you enjoy unlimited digital photos from the Disney Photopass Service and let you visit Disney water parks. The prices for these passes is as follows:

Name of PassPrice per yearExclusivity
Disney Pixie Dust Pass$439Florida residents only
Disney Pirate Pass$799Florida residents only
Disney Sorcerer Pass$999Available for Florida residents and eligible DVC members
Disney Incredi-Pass$1,449Available to all guests

Disney World Park Reservations

While Disney World previously required all ticketholders to make reservations in order to enter the parks, this policy has changed as of January 9, 2024. Currently, date-based tickets do not require a park reservation. However, theme park reservations are still required for annual passholders to enter the park.

Previously, guests who had a park hopper ticket were allowed to start park hopping at 2 pm. However, as of January 9th, 2024, this policy has also changed! Now park hoppers can visit other parks at any time of the day. This change offers guests a lot more freedom.

How to Stay Near Walt Disney World Without Breaking the Bank

Whether you’re staying at a resort on Disney property or in the surrounding area, it’s important to think about how much it will cost you. Timeshare owners can save a ton of money on vacations compared to those who book hotels for every trip. On top of saving money, timeshare suites and villas come with three times as much space as your average hotel room. Plus, these resorts boast tons of amenities like on-site dining, massive pool areas, and more! Hotels just can’t stack up to that level of value. Additionally, if you buy a timeshare on the resale market, you can save even more money! There are even some cheap Disney vacation timeshare resorts in Orlando!

Which Walt Disney World Resorts to Stay At

You might be wondering which Walt Disney World Resorts to stay at. At the end of the day, it’s up to you! All of the Disney resorts have a lot to offer, so it mostly comes down to personal preference. With that said, one of the biggest benefits of Disney Vacation Club resorts is that they give you easy access to the theme parks. So if you want to make your next theme park visit easier, it might be best to stay at one of the resorts closest to it. Here are the resorts closest to each Disney Park.

Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park


Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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If you’re interested in buying a timeshare at a Walt Disney World Resort, then check out our marketplace! You’ll find plenty of timeshares for Disney Vacation Club resorts near beloved parks like the Magic Kingdom Park and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. When you’ve found one you like, all you have to do is make an offer!

Still on the Fence About Buying a Timeshare?

We get it; buying a timeshare can be a big commitment. Plus, having to consider that purchase alongside the cost of Disney World tickets can feel a bit overwhelming. Fortunately, there’s a way to enjoy the Walt Disney World resort experience without having to commit to timeshare ownership: timeshare rentals. When you rent a timeshare, you’ll be able to take a one-time, pre-booked vacation to a luxurious DVC resort. It’s a great way to try timeshare ownership before you buy, and even if you decide timeshare ownership isn’t for you, you’ll still have enjoyed a fun vacation. If you have any questions, please give us a call at 1-800-610-2734 or email us at [email protected]. We’re always happy to help!

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