• On Jan 1, 2017
    Julie from PA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    With the new 4 park Magic ticket, can you go to 2 parks in one day? I'd like to do one day at Magic Kingdom, one day at Epcot and split a day with a morning at Animal Kingdom and evening at Hollywood Studios.

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel, Julie!

    Isn't the 4-Park Magic Ticket Offer just incredible? It affords you the opportunity to discover and explore each of the Four Disney Theme Parks devoting one day to each park. Currently, (subject to change), this special offer does not encompass the Park Hopping option, rather, how these tickets work is that you are directed to one admission to one of the 4 Theme Parks for 4 separate days, one Theme Park on each day. Which single Disney Theme Park you visit each day is entirely up to you, Julie. 

    You may also wish to explore many other Disney Theme Park Ticket Offers or build your Magic Your Way Vacation Package which will include your Disney Resort hotel, Theme Park Tickets and the option to add a Disney Dining Plan to your stay. The benefits of being a Disney Resort hotel Guest add great convenience and lots of Pixie~Dusted magic to your stay!

    Plan and customize your entire visit in the comfort of your home the way you like through the guidance of My Disney Experience online and mobile app.

    Best Disney Wishes!

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Meet the Panelist: Jacqueline, Ontario

Hello, from Ontario, Canada! I am a former band and visual arts teacher who is retired and home full-time always planning my next Disney Destination vacation. I would be honored to help you plan your Walt Disney World Resort vacation, with a few personal first-hand tips for sailing with Disney, walking in Walt's footsteps at Disneyland Resort and travelling with a special needs family member. Learn More About Jacqueline

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