Disney's Blizzard Beach
  • On Jan 1, 2023
    Andrea from TX Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi! I’m planning our Disney trip & I was thinking of 1 day at animal kingdom, 1 day at Hollywood and then thinking magic kingdom for fireworks but doing the water park at Disney during the day. Can I do 2 1 park per day passes & 1 water park pass?


    Thanks for asking your question to planDisney!

    By my count, you want to go to three theme parks on three different days, as well as a water park on one of those theme park days. So, you would need to get tickets with three theme park days, as well as a water park pass. The pass into the water park would not entitle you to get into a theme park later that day.

    You have two ways to do this, one where you purchase the water park ticket separately from the theme park tickets, and the other where you purchase the theme park tickets with the Water Parks and Sports Option. I priced both out, based on your arrival date, and the cost of the two were within a dollar of each other. So which way should you go?

    Choice 1: Buy the tickets separately
    Purchasing the water park ticket separately from the theme park tickets protects you if you decide you don't want to go at the last minute, or if the weather is not great. In this choice, the assumption is that you purchase your theme park ticket package ahead of time, but wait until you arrive at the gates of Disney's Blizzard Beach or Disney's Typhoon Lagoon to buy water park admission there. So, if on the day you were going to the water park it is crummy weather, you can simply do something else or spend more time at the Magic Kingdom, saving yourself that added water park ticket expense.

    Choice 2: Buy the Water Parks and Sports Option
    If you purchase this option, you get not only the water park visit, but you would get 2 other options to enjoy during your stay. This would include 2 more options for you to use, like more visits to water parks, 9-hole rounds of golf at Disney's oak Trail Golf Course, and rounds of miniature golf (before 4 pm).

    What would I do?
    Because the cost is the same, I would go with Choice 1 and hold out on getting a water park ticket that may go unused. But both choices are good ones. You know best what you want to do, and you can choose the path that works best for your family!

    When you purchase a three-day theme park ticket package, whether you select an added option or not, you have 5 days to use all your passes. So you could have a day in the middle of your trip to skip the theme parks altogether and enjoy other activities!

    Please feel free to write me back directly again to ask any follow-up questions.

    Have a Magical Vacation!

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