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  • On Aug 14, 2022
    Lucille from NJ Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Can you also provide a price list of parks for 2023. Will are coming 7/2023 for our honeymoon. Will it just 3 day pass 4 day pass . Things have changed since I was there last . Can I bring in unopened water?

    Hi there, Lucille! Welcome to planDisney. Starting off your "happily-ever-after" by honeymooning at the Most Magical Place on Earth is a great choice! My Prince Charming and I honeymooned at Walt Disney World over 20 years ago, so I'm happy to help.

    Planning a trip to Walt Disney World can feel daunting, especially if you haven't visited in a while. Currently, the base ticket price for Walt Disney World admission is $109 per day for ages 10+. However, please know that prices are subject to change. Several variables can also cause the price to fluctuate. A few years ago, the ticketing structure was changed to a date-based system, meaning that certain days of the year are more expensive than others. When you purchase your tickets through the Walt Disney World website, you will select a start date that you will use your tickets. Then, you'll choose the number of days you want to enter the parks. Ideally, I suggest getting a 4-day ticket since there are four theme parks. 

    Also, Lucille, to enter a theme park, all guests ages 3 and older must have a theme park reservation in addition to valid admission for the same park (reservations can be made using the new Disney Park Pass system). Adding the Park Hopper option to your tickets allows you to visit more than one park per day. If you go with this option, you'll make a theme park reservation for the first park you plan to visit. After entering that first park, you can hop over to the next park starting at 2 PM. At this time, a park reservation is not required after the first park; however, reservation requirements are subject to change.

    Lastly, it's vital to stay hydrated while in the parks. You are welcome (and encouraged) to bring water bottles with you, even if they are already opened. I like to carry an insulated refillable water bottle, so my water stays cool all day. In an effort to be more eco-friendly, water refill stations are in all four parks. I also like to pop into the Baby Care Centers, where they have a refill station with cold water!

    I hope this helps get you started, Lucille! As you get farther into the planning process, you may have more questions, so please send them our way!

    Eean

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Meet the Panelist: Eean, Pennsylvania

Hi, I'm Eean from Pennsylvania! I may have an unusual name, but my passion for Disney is not unique. It's incredible how many people you can find who love talking about "The Most Magical Place On Earth!" I'm that mom who always has her ears perked at PTO meetings, in the grocery store aisle, or at my monthly Bunco club for an opportunity to give someone a planning tip to help make their vacation even more magical. Learn More About Eean

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