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What Are My Disney Tickets Options?


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Your youngest can't wait to see “Bug's Life 3-D, " your middle child loves Port Orleans’ sea serpent waterslide and your teenager is a fan of the Animal Kingdom safari. You and your wife have never left the continent but look forward to experiencing it all at the Epcot world exhibition.

Your senior citizen parents are amazed at all of Tomorrowland's high-tech gadgets. At Disney World Orlando, there truly is something for everyone, and for as thrilling as it is, it's also in many ways educational. Every minute detail is engineered toward making your vacation a dream-like adventure. The first step toward making this dream a reality is choosing which Disney tickets to buy!

Some travelers are coming to Orlando to visit family, ride swamp boats, hang out at the beach, go to Universal Orlando or participate in some other activity. Perhaps you've been to Disney before, many years ago, before Animal Kingdom was built.

For these visitors, it might be practical to purchase a single-day ticket to one of Disney's amazing theme parks. For those 10 and over, the day pass is $71 or two-day passes are $69.50/day.

Perhaps your whole family trip is a Disney vacation. One popular option are the multi-day passes. The more days you stay, the cheaper your Disney tickets are! For instance, a 10-day ticket breaks down to just $22.50/day (for a total of $225).

If you're staying for long, then the “Park Hopper" option is highly recommended because it allows you to move freely between Epcot, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, Magic Kingdom and all the Disney parks for just an extra $4.50/day. You're also smart to check Disney's website and look at their resort/ticket/dining package deals, which are surprisingly low-priced!

There's obviously a lot to see at Disneyworld. So much in fact, that you can stay for ten days and still not see everything! Park Hopper passes allow you to move freely between Epcot, Animal Kingdom, Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios.

However, there are other Disney tickets to consider. There are two Disney water parks, namely Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach, with single tickets running $39/day.

Also, your family can encounter all the latest high-tech games and virtual reality experiences at Disney Quest, for $37. Sports fans can buy Disney World of Sports Complex tickets for $10.28/day. For adults, Pleasure Island tickets will get you into bars, dance palaces, comedy clubs, adventurer clubs and concerts for $20.95.

For deep discounts on Disney tickets, you may want to refer to, which has 5-day “Magic Your Way" tickets for just $218. However, for this deal you'll be staying at one of the hotels near Disney, rather than at one of the resorts. You can also try for Disney resort discounts and two one-day/one-park Disney ticket for just $25.

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