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Disney World is expensive, so saving money on Disney World simply makes it less expensive, not inexpensive. That said, right now you can stack two deals to drop the price of adult Disney World tickets to about $74 per day on a four day ticket, which is probably as low as you can realistically hope for on a per day basis unless you are buying a really long ticket or hold an annual pass and are going into the parks regularly.
Disney is offering a special 4-Park Magic Park Ticket for $79 + tax each day until July 30, 2017. These tickets are valid for park admission from April 30, 2017 – September 30, 2017, and the tickets expire 14 days from first use, or by September 30, 2017, whichever comes first. For those who want to go to the parks for just four days, this really is about as good as it gets, though the caveats of these tickets means it won’t be the perfect match for everyone.
What is unique about these tickets is that they permit you to go to each of the four Disney World parks (Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Epcot, and Hollywood Studios) one day each. For example, you can’t go into Magic Kingdom two of the four days, though you can re-enter your park of the day on that same day.
If you purchase these special tickets via Undercover Tourist, the price with tax comes to $326.54 for adults ages 10+ and $305.24 for children ages 3-9. Those prices are about $10 less than buying directly from Disney. However, if you also stack the current targeted Amex Offer that gives you a $30 statement credit on a $150 UnderCover Tourist transaction then you can drop your cost of an adult special 4 Park ticket to $296.54, which is about $74/day.
To offer a little price comparison, a one day peak season adult ticket to Magic Kingdom is $132.06 directly from Disney, so spending about $164 additional dollars to add three more days and three more parks of fun to your trip sounds pretty solid to me.
If you were so inclined, you could use these deals to head to the parks around the August and September dates of the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween celebration that I wrote about yesterday.
Disney is never going to be cheap, but these deals certainly make it less expensive than average! Is your family considering this special four day ticket offer for your summer travel plans?
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