The cheapest way to buy Disney tickets is to select a specific date ticket. The next best way is to get a flexible date ticket.
Disney 1 - 10 Day tickets offer two buying choices, date-based tickets and flexible date tickets. What's the difference?
With a date based ticket, you have 3 steps to choosing your ticket. You first can choose how many park days you require. Then, you must specify a date to start the ticket. Depending on the number of park days you have chosen will determine the expiry date for your ticket. You can then add options such as park-hopping and waterpark admissions.
A flexible date ticket means you do not have to specify a start date for your ticket. You also have the flexibility to use the park days over a 14 day period.
If you want to learn more about each individual theme park at Walt Disney World Orlando, then feel free to browse our guides by clicking the links below:
These can help you plan your Disney holiday by choosing which parks and rides you'd really love to visit first! These can also help you decide on which Disney dining experiences to choose from at each location (riding rollercoasters is hungry and thirsty work!).
Some people also call this Disneyland Florida.
We aim to offer you the cheapest way to enjoy Walt Disney World while still enjoying as many parks as you want to visit. The day based tickets have various options, including park hoppers that allow you to visit more than 1 park. Disney is a fantastic reason to visit orlando, with plenty of parks and the main resort to help you fully enjoy your holiday.
No you will not be able to get as good a deal at the park as you can get using advanced tickets. That's why it's always best to pre-book! Shop our range of tickets above. You can also see our ultimate tickets here.
It is a huge place, so you are right to be concerned about navigating Walt Disney World! Luckily for you there are lots of free buses, monorails, and even boats to take you between the Disney Parks and Disney Resort Hotel.
Disney 1 - 10 Day tickets offer two buying choices, date based tickets and flexible date tickets. With a date based ticket you have 3 steps to choosing your ticket. You first can choose how many park days you require. Then, you must specify a date to start the ticket. Depending on the number of park days you have chosen will determine the expiry date for your ticket. You can then add options such as park hopping and waterpark admissions. A flexible date ticket means you do not have to specify a start date for your ticket. You also have the flexibility to use the park days over a 14 day period.
No. Once a Disney ticket has been allocated to you and you pass through the turnstile that ticket is non-transferable. Biometric information is collected and used to determine correct usage of tickets.
No. There are no longer any Disney tickets available that have indefinite expiration date.
Disney tickets use RFID technology. MagicBands and RFID admission tickets use this technology to allow you to touch to enter your Disney Resort hotel room and the Walt Disney World parks, make purchases at select locations, and access the FastPass+ attractions and shows you’ve selected.
No. Disney tickets do not sell out. However, parks can reach capacity at peak times of the year.
Certain tickets can be upgraded at Walt Disney World Guest Services. For example, if you have a 3 day ticket and wanted an additional day then this is something that can be done locally. Any charges are calculated and charged directly by Walt Disney World Resort.
Disney tickets are like cash and should be treated with great care once they have been issued to you. Should you lose your tickets before you travel or in resort then you need to contact us as a matter of urgency and we will assist as best as we can to get them replaced for you. We keep copies of all tickets issued to our guests. We also recommend taking your own copies of the reverse of the ticket just in case.