Snowing on Main Street
  • On Feb 20, 2022
    Danielle from MD Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Where do you find the prices for 9 year olds

    Hiya, Danielle! Welcome to planDisney!

    It looks like you're planning a trip to the Most Magical Place on Earth later this year! You happen to be visiting just as the holiday season kicks off at Walt Disney World Resort! Walt Disney World is famous for its seasonal changeover. One day it's fall and the next day, holly and garland line the streets of Main Street U.S.A. and all the parks are filled with Christmas cheer! There are many special offerings during the holiday season, too. Be sure to check back closer to your trip to see what Holiday Events and Celebrations may be available during your stay!

    Danielle, park admission prices do vary throughout the year, but you'll find the current pricing for children here. Once you select your ticket type (one park per day or Park Hopper Option), number of days you plan to visit the parks, and the dates of your visit, you'll have the option to select the number of tickets you plan to purchase. If you select "1" as the quantity for a ticket for Guests ages 3-9, you'll be shown a ticket total and a breakdown of the pricing. 

    If your dates aren't certain yet or you'd like to shop around a little to find the most cost-effective days, you could use the calendar on that same page to see how much a ticket costs on each particular day. Do pay close attention to the colored dots in the top right corner of each day on the calendar, as these colors represent park reservation availability for those days of the year. Green means all parks are available (and planning this far in advance, you'll likely see green for your dates right now), yellow means some parks are available, and gray means all parks are reserved that day.

    Once you settle in on the best dates and are aware of the pricing for those times, you'll want to make a park reservation using the Disney Park Pass Reservation System to ensure that you reserve a space in the parks you'd like to visit each day of your stay.

    I hope I've helped answer your question today, Danielle!

    Happy planning,

    Ashley
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Meet the Panelist: Ashley, New Jersey

Hey friends! I'm Ashley, a Disney-loving mom ready to help you plan your next adventure! I am married to my college sweetheart and we have two young, energetic kids who have inherited our love of Disney! As Annual Passholders and Disney Vacation Club Members, we spend our time at Walt Disney World Resort in all different ways, from packed park days to relaxing by the pool, our family has developed a love for all Disney has to offer. I'm excited to share the magic with all of you! Learn More About Ashley

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