Fireworks at Magic Kingdom
  • On May 27, 2023
    Tara from IL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Everything says I have to make park reservation but I have the 4day4park special ticket offer that says reservation are not needed. Our trip is from July 18-26th. Am I able to go to each of the 4 parks on any 4 days within this time without a reservation?

    Hiya Tara!

    Welcome to planDisney! The new 4-Day, 4-Park Magic Ticket is such a great deal and I'm telling everyone I know to check it out! 

    You are correct that this specific ticket does not require theme park reservations. It will be like the days of yore when such things as Theme Park Reservations existed. Other tickets do but this is a special new offer. Once you start using this ticket you have 7 days to use it or will just expire on September 29, 2023. Don't forget that there are blockout dates- but it seems your trip time looks perfectly placed. This ticket provides you with admission to each of the 4 Walt Disney World theme parks which are Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park, and Disney's Hollywood Studios. It is one park per day and so you cannot go to a different Park than what you started that day with. I find this to be a great deal, especially for first-time guests who want a simpler Walt Disney World experience.

    My favorite strategy for having a great Walt Disney World Resort vacation is to include a rest day in the middle. Don't race to all four Parks in four days or your feet will regret it. Take a day or two off in between to find a cooling pool or just sleep in. I also love waking up early when in Walt Disney World and entering the Parks before the crowds and heat increase and then taking a midday break somewhere. On the day you visit Magic Kingdom Park, may I suggest a lunch reservation at Steakhouse 71? I love leaving the Parks for a break at a nearby Resort and I especially love Steakhouse 71 located at Disney's Contemporary Resort. It's a good value for the delicious food you get and a short walk or monorail ride from the Park. Then return refreshed and ready for the second half of your day.  I have also eaten at many of the delicious restaurants at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa as well as Disney's Polynesian Village Resort. You may find that dining reservations are a lot easier to get and the restaurants much more relaxing when you just step out of the Parks for a bit. 

    I hope this helps and that you have a magical time! Let me know if you have any more questions!

    Happy Planning!

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