Disney Offers Discounted Four-Day Ticket

by Jessica Montevago
Disney Offers Discounted Four-Day Ticket

Photo: Anthony Quintano

Walt Disney World has introduced a new ticket that provides access to all four of its Orlando theme parks.

The $280 “4 Park Magic Ticket” offers a single admission to each of the four theme parks—Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios—on four separate days, at just $70 per day. The price compares to a standard four-day adult ticket at $325, or a four-day adult ticket with the Park Hopper option for $394. 

The tickets are on sale now through May 26, 2017. They must be used within 14 days of first use or by May 26, 2017. Black-out dates are Dec. 17, 2016, through Jan. 2, 2017, and April 10-21, 2017.

The offer comes as Disney is adding new attractions to its parks. Over the summer, the Frozen Ever After and Soarin’ Around the World rides debuted at Disney World, and upgrades were made to the water parks, including a new family raft ride for Typhoon Lagoon.

Disney also is eyeing additional on-site hotels in Orlando. On an earnings call earlier this month, CEO Bob Iger said high occupancy rates in Orlando coupled with open space make it “smart for us to build more hotels out.”

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