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  • On Sep 30, 2023
    Bob from NY Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    What’s the cost of park passes based on a 4 day pass for 3 and 8 year old kids.


    Thanks for asking your question to planDisney!

    Walt Disney World theme park ticket prices vary, by date. So, there is no single standard answer for a ticket for you, or a child, as a general rule.

    But who likes that answer? NOBODY!

    Let me give you an estimate, based on your travel dates. Please remember that prices can vary over time, and what I give you now is not a formal, guaranteed price, but simply what I see when I look at tickets today, for that date, for your party. To know the exact price, you will want to follow the link I have above in my answer when you are ready to purchase and see if the price is still the same.

    For each child, in the 3-9 year-old range, a standard, 1 Park Per Day 4-day ticket would cost approximately $650. That includes tax. If you would want the Park Hopper Option, the 4-day ticket would be around $750. Again, and I cannot stress this enough, the price could vary, and my response is not a price guarantee. However, if you act relatively soon I would guess this is very accurate. 

    BONUS TIP #1
    As a rule, Disney gives you more days to redeem your theme park tickets than the actual number of park days you are purchasing. With a 2-day theme park ticket package, you can redeem those theme park accesses across a 4-day period. Here are a few other example ranges.

    • 3-day theme park ticket packages can be redeemed across a 5-day period
    • 4-day theme park ticket packages can be redeemed across a 7-day period
    • 5-day theme park ticket packages can be redeemed across an 8-day period
    • 7-day theme park ticket packages can be redeemed across a 10-day period
    • 10-day theme park ticket packages can be redeemed across a 14-day period
    BONUS TIP #2
    If you are planning on staying at a Disney Resort Hotel, some vacation packages may be available that could lower your overall cost. If that is the case, go to the website for the resort hotel you plan to select as your "home in the magic", and you can price that out. As an example, on my next stay, I will be visiting Disney's Pop Century Resort. From the Room Rates page, I can see any special offers that might be available!

    Please feel free to write me back directly if you have any follow-up questions.

    Have a Magical Vacation!

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