Disney World Introduces Discount Ticket for the Summer Season

by Jessica Montevago
Disney World Introduces Discount Ticket for the Summer Season

For the Hollywood Studios 30th anniversary celebration, Disney will offer an array of special experiences, merchandise, culinary delights and more. Photo: Disney

Walt Disney World will introduce a special-offer ticket next week for the summer that will be commissionable for travel advisors.

Each Summer One World Ticket includes six admissions – one admission to each of the four Walt Disney World theme parks (Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom) and each of the two water parks (Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach). Each park may only be visited once.

The ticket costs $444 plus tax, about $74 per admission. That compares to the cost of a one-day adult ticket this summer to each Disney theme park at around $125, while the water parks run $69 per ticket.

Starting on June 4, travel advisors will be able to secure the Summer One World Ticket for their clients. Tickets must be purchased between Jun 4, 2019, and Aug. 23, 2019, and used through Aug. 28, 2019 – right before the big Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opening.

The promotion allows guests to enjoy the new experiences coming to the parks, from the “Mickey & Minnie’s Surprise Celebration” at Magic Kingdom Park and Hollywood Studio's 30th anniversary events.

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