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  • On Jul 29, 2021
    Yaisa from PA Asked

    I am looking to schedule a vacation for 19 adults and 16 children (numbers are subject to change). We are looing to visit parks and ride attractions. May I receive some information regarding attractions and pricing.

    Hello Yaisa,

    Thanks for coming to see us here at planDisney! As Mickey might say, "Oh, boy!" I'm sure Mickey and all his pals will be so excited to see your whole big group of Mouseketeers. 

    To start, it's helpful to know that theme park ticket prices are date-based. The prices will vary with the month and day that you visit. For example, if you're planning to visit in December during the very popular holiday season, you'll see that theme park ticket prices will show as higher than they would be for, say, late August.

    The best way to see theme park ticket prices is to check out the theme park tickets page. The first question you'll want to think about is how many days you plan to visit the theme parks. Think of it as "the more you play, the less you pay." If you purchase a multi-day ticket, you can save a few dollars when compared to the price of a standard theme park ticket. 

    After you select the number of days you plan to visit the theme parks, you'll choose the ticket type. Do you plan to visit just one theme park per day? Would you like to add the Park Hopper Option and visit more than one theme park a day? Would you like to visit a Walt Disney World Resort water park in addition to visiting the theme parks?

    Next, you'll see a calendar with the date-based theme park ticket prices. Simply select the date you plan to visit the theme parks, and you'll see ticket pricing. You'll then see a prompt to select the number of tickets you need for those ages 10+ and for those ages 3-9.

    By taking these few quick steps, you'll have a good idea of theme park ticket pricing for your whole group. One note to keep in mind is that the online ticketing system lets you purchase up to 10 tickets per age group. Because you will need more tickets for your large group, my suggestion is to give a call to the Walt Disney World Resort ticketing team at (407) 939-7679 and speak with a Cast Member to help you complete your ticket purchases. 

    Yaisa, the best way to get familiar with all the theme park attractions and experiences is to check them out online or through the My Disney Experience mobile app. The mobile app even offers a fun "Attractions in Motion" feature with videos of favorite attractions. The videos help you see the magic that awaits you. 

    You can also look at the theme park guide maps that are available to view and download. These guide maps make it fun and easy to plan your visits to the theme parks. You can find the guide maps here: Magic Kingdom Guide MapEPCOT Guide MapDisney's Hollywood Studios Guide Map, and Disney's Animal Kingdom Guide Map.

    Here's wishing you lots of fun as you plan your visit to the Walt Disney World Resort. Please do come back and ask us here at planDisney for recommendations as you make your plans!

    Jerry
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Meet the Panelist: Jerry, Pennsylvania

The playful and creative optimism of all things Disney has enthralled me since I was a kid. I loved watching "The Wonderful World of Disney" on Sunday nights, seeing all the live-action and animated classics in theaters, and — of course — visiting "The Most Magical Place on Earth" for the first time 45 years ago. These days, the big kid in me still loves to play Disney. As a long-time Disney destinations vacationer, I'm looking forward to helping you play Disney starting here at planDisney! Learn More About Jerry

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