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  • On Jan 7, 2020
    Tyler from OH Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Not seeing how much it would be for two year olds and an infant also a 3 year old

    Hi there, Tyler!

    Thanks for stopping by the Disney Parks Moms Panel! We are always so excited to help you with your Walt Disney World Resort questions!

    There are a few ticket options to choose from when visiting Walt Disney World Resort, it just depends on what you are planning to do and see when you visit. On our most recent family trip, we traveled with a 1-year old and a 4-year old. We decided to book a package that included, Special Offers, Deals & Discounts, that fit within the dates we wanted to travel. We also stayed at a Disney Resort Hotel, which I highly recommend when traveling with little ones! 

    There are many benefits to staying at a Disney Resort Hotel, my favorite is that there is complimentary transportation. You can travel by motor coaches, water taxis, the world-famous Monorail, and even the newly added Disney Skyliner to and from the parks. (Tip: None of the transportation offered require a car seat).

    If you choose not to book a vacation package and just need Theme Park admission,there is currently a special offer for a 4-Park Magic Ticket. Once you select that option you can choose from the 4-Park Magic Ticket, or the 4-Park Magic Ticket with Water Park and NBA Experience. Then, go ahead and select the date you are planning on arriving. Continue to scroll down and you will see the cost and the option to request the number of tickets you need. The cost for a 4-Park Magic Ticket is broken down into two options, Ages 10+ costs $347.11 per ticket and Ages 3-9 costs $332.49 per ticket. Children younger than the age of 3, don’t need a ticket. The cost for a 4-Park Magic Ticket with Water Park and NBA Experience is an additional $40.00 per ticket. Remember this is a special offer for a 4-Park Magic Ticket which means that the price is subject to change. 

    No matter when you do decide to purchase your theme park tickets, the 2-year old and infant will remain free, as long as they are under 3. The cost of the 3-year old can vary dependent on the current offers occurring at the time of purchase. 

    Tip: When you do travel to Walt Disney World Resort, be sure the check out the Baby Care Centers located within all 4 parks! Here they have many different amenities available for parents with infants and toddlers!

    Have a Magical Day!
    -Shantel
     
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Meet the Panelist: Shantel, Arizona

Hi ya Pals! I'm Shantel from Arizona. I am a mom of two and a military wife. I grew up going to the parks, and now we're sharing that tradition with our kids. When I am not visiting the Walt Disney World Resort, I'm at home researching and planning for our next trip! One of my favorite things to do is search for new snacks to try, especially if they are Mickey shaped. I'm definitely living the dream my heart wished for! I cannot wait to answer your questions and help make your vacation even more magical! Learn More About Shantel

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