large family coming out of Cinderella Castle
  • On Jul 8, 2022
    Jasmine from NC Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I would like to see how much it would cost for me to get tickets at a group rating? I have like 18+ family members that are trying to get tickets for DisneyWorld in Orlando. Could you help me out?

    Howdy, Jasmine! Welcome to planDisney.

    A family vacation to The Most Magical Place on Earth sounds brilliant. As Miguel from Coco says, “We may have our differences, but nothing’s more important than family.” The 50th Anniversary Celebration is well underway and there is tons of EARidescent excitement to be experienced and enjoyed. It sounds like you've been tasked to take the lead in figuring out some of the details, including saving a few pennies. In the word of Bruno from Encanto, "You’re exactly what this family needs."

    Jasmine, at this time, there are no group discounts on theme park tickets. However, you might be pleased to know that you can currently save money per ticket when you purchase 3-day or longer tickets online as compared to the price at the ticket window. And the more days you visit, the steeper the discount gets. The general rule is: "The more you play, the less you pay per day." I have good news for you too: any Mousketeers under the age of 3 are considered "Guests of Mickey" and don't need a theme park ticket! 

    You can, however, get group discounts when it comes to staying at a Disney Resort. You'll just need to book 10 or more rooms. There are so many benefits to staying on property, such as complimentary transportation. This will save you money on parking fees! You'll also get to enjoy extra time in the theme parks, as well as being immersed in the magic of Disney for the entirety of your trip. 

    If you'd like some other ways to save money, here are some tips:

    • Visit the theme parks on weekdays, as tickets tend to be more expensive on weekends.
    • Bring your own snacks. We always stuff our backpacks full of granola bars, beef jerky, dried fruit, nuts, etc., so that we don't blow our budget on all the tempting treats sold in the parks. To be clear: that doesn't mean we don't buy ANY Disney snacks! 
    • Bring your own refillable water bottles. There are plenty of refill stations in the theme parks. And did you know that you can also ask for free ice water from any quick-service restaurant?
    • Bring your own stroller. You can always rent a stroller from Disney, but we always bring our own because it's more comfortable for the kids and it saves us money.
    I hope that's helpful, Jasmine. Have a wonderful time with your 'ohana.

    See ya real soon!


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I'm Mike, a Disney-loving "scouser." I have a wonderful wife and two young children who share my obsession for all things Disney. I've always been enchanted by the magic of Walt Disney World Resort - the charming music, captivating beauty, enthralling attractions, and breathtaking shows spark my imagination and fill me with a sense of awe. I'm perpetually planning my next Disney adventure! If you're interested in makin' memories at "The Most Magical Place on Earth" then you've got a friend in me.
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