• On Mar 6, 2017
    Amy from MD Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    How to purchase park hopper tickets that way we can go to a all the parks and two parks a day

    Hi Amy,

    Glad you stopped by the Disney Parks Moms Panel today with your question. Let me try my best to help you plan the best vacation ever so you can discover how The Magic is Endless at Walt Disney World Resort.

    Theme Park Tickets give you the ability to enjoy one or more days of fun at any of the four Theme Parks. With the exception of single-day Tickets, you can choose which Theme Park to visit and when. For example, with a 5-day Theme Park Ticket you can visit all four Theme Parks, and then visit your favorite one on the fifth day.

    If you wish to visit more than one Theme Park on the same day, a great option to add is the Park Hopper Option. This will let you visit two, three, or even all four Theme Parks on the same day. You can add this option when you purchase your ticket, when you make a Magic Your Way Vacation Package reservation, or by visiting Guest Relations at the entrance of any of the Theme Parks or Disney Springs.

    One last tip: a new service called Express Transportation Option is available that will zip you between Theme Parks very quickly, giving you more playtime. See you real soon!

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