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  • On Oct 16, 2023
    Mitch from MS Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We need to buy park tickets


    Thanks for asking your question to planDisney!

    Getting tickets for your magical adventures to Walt Disney World should be as easy as 1-2-3!

    Step 1: Figure out your plans!
    To get started on purchasing your tickets to visit the theme parks, begin by answering a few questions. 

    • How many days do you want to go to theme parks?
    • What specific days do you want to visit those parks? 
    • Do you want to visit just one park per day, or do you hope to hop from one park to another in a single day?
    • Do you want to mix in some water park fun, or other similar activities, to your plans?
    You don't have to use your park day admissions on consecutive dates. For instance, if you purchase a 4-day package, you can redeem those admissions across 7 days, allowing you time to explore other non-park activities at the resort!

    Step 2: Buy Your Tickets
    Now that you have that information in hand, simply visit the ticket site and purchase your tickets. Once there you should select "Theme Park Tickets", and then just follow the prompts. With the answers you figured out in Step 1, you will know what days you want to visit and what options to select. If you want to visit more than 1 park in a day, get a Park Hopper option. If you want to get some visits to the water parks, select those options. 

    Don't feel like you have to pick an option. Getting just the standard tickets is just fine, especially for a first trip to Walt Disney World. Every park offers more than a full day's worth of adventure!

    Step 3: Make your Theme Park Reservations
    Because you plan to visit this year, you do need to make a theme park reservation for each day that you plan to go to a park. With the Disney Park Pass system, you pick your initial park for each day, and that should set you up for your magical escape! 

    If you want to check out what parks are available on which dates, you can visit the Disney Park Pass Availability Calendar. Good news! At the time I am writing this answer, all four parks are available for the entire week of your visit!

    If you plan to stay at a Disney Resort Hotel, you can also start this entire process from a specific resort webpage. Doing so will let you see what room + ticket packages might be available for your stay. 

    I hope that this helps get you started down the road to getting your theme park tickets. Please feel free to write me back directly if you have any follow-up questions.

    Have a Magical Vacation!

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