Girl at Disneyworld
  • On Mar 27, 2023
    Marian 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.

    How much is it to go in and do u get to go in all parks for one price or how does it go

    Hiya Marian - welcome to planDisney!

    Thanks so much for stopping by with your question for our team of panelists. We love to help Guests just like you plan your very own, very magical, Walt Disney World Resort vacations!

    Theme Park Tickets are your key to all of the magic, Marian! I'm here to help you better understand what your options are to plan the perfect visit. When purchasing tickets, the first thing you need to decide on is how many days you'd like to visit. You can purchase tickets for a single day or all the way up to ten days, and the price per day goes down the more days you purchase!

    Each day of your ticket will allow you to access one of the four magical Theme Parks, and you'll decide which park you want to visit with your ticket. You'll make a Park Pass Reservation for that specific park on that specific day, which when combined with your ticket, will allow you to enter and experience that park.

    Marian, if you'd like to visit more than one Theme Park in a single day you'll want to add the Park Hopper Option. Currently, if your ticket has the Park Hopper Option added you'll start your day at the park you made a Park Pass Reservation for, and then after 2 p.m., you'll be able to visit any other available Theme Parks through the rest of the day. So you can start the day at Magic Kingdom Park, take the Monorail over to EPCOT for the afternoon (after 2 p.m.), and end your day at Disney's Hollywood Studios for a viewing of Fantasmic! Now that's a great day.

    To answer the other part of your question about cost, the answer is - it depends! Theme Park Tickets at Walt Disney World Resort are priced dynamically, which means that prices differ depending on the day you want to visit. Tickets are priced slightly higher on dates that are more popular, and slightly lower on dates that are a bit less popular with Guests. For a multi-day ticket, the total price will depend on the first day you plan to visit. If you're purchasing a single-day ticket, the price may also vary depending on which park you want to visit.

    You might also want to consider adding Memory Maker to your tickets, giving you access to all the wonderful PhotoPass photos you'll have taken throughout the park. You're making magical memories - make sure you take them home with you!

    I hope this information has been helpful, Marian. I've provided some basics - stop by anytime with more specific questions as you continue your planning journey!

    Ryan J.
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Meet the Panelist: Ryan, Ohio

Hi, everyone! I’m Ryan from Ohio and am so happy that you’re here! By day (and most nights and weekends), I'm a business professor mentoring the next generation of leaders. In my free time I love outdoor activities and traveling with my family and friends, scarfing down ice cream, and, of course, all things Disney! I can’t wait to help your crew plan a magical Walt Disney World Resort vacation! Learn More About Ryan

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