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  • On Apr 4, 2021
    Ricky from NC Asked

    How much is tickets for kids 4yrs to 6yrs old

    Hi Ricky, and welcome to planDisney! I'm so glad you stopped by to see us with your question. It looks like your Walt Disney World Resort vacation is just around the corner, so we better get planning!

    Disney uses date-based pricing for Theme Park tickets, so the cost will change depending on when you plan to visit. The best way to find the ticket price for your exact date is to start the process of purchasing them. You'll see your price broken out for adults and children after selecting the date and number of days you'll be visiting. Let me walk you through it here:

    - Go to the Walt Disney World Tickets page.
    - Scroll down to "Standard Theme Park Ticket" and click on the blue box that says "Select."
    - Select the number of days you plan to visit the Theme Parks (your cost per day goes down the more days you visit!)
    - Choose your ticket type. This is where you can add things like the Park Hopper Option, but let's use the 1 Park per Day ticket for now
    - Next you'll see a calendar. Click on the date of the first day you'll be visiting.
    - Scroll down to "Select the Number of Tickets." This is where you'll see the price for adult and child tickets listed separately.

    I wanted to use the date you provided, April 7, to check the ticket price for you. Unfortunately, it looks like we've hit a bit of a bother. As part of the reopening safety protocols, Disney now requires us to make Disney Park Pass reservations for the Theme Parks we want to visit each day. Since Easter was just yesterday, the Parks aren't showing any availability for Guests who wish to buy regular Theme Park tickets the rest of this week, so ticket sales on those dates are shaded in gray.

    But let's look on the bright side. You can still have lots of fun at Walt Disney World outside the Theme Parks! From Disney Springs to Blizzard Beach to mini golf, a non-Parks vacation can still be magical! If you have your heart set on the Theme Parks, though, I think you might want to consider rescheduling your vacation to later in the month, or even pushing it to May if you can. As I'm looking at the Availability Calendar, Memorial Day weekend is still looking pretty good, with only Disney's Hollywood Studios unavailable right now. Using the method we went through above, a 3-Day ticket without the Park Hopper Option for May 29-31, 2021, would be $371.05 each for adults and $357.00 each for children ages 3-9.

    I hope this helps you figure out the best time to visit Walt Disney World for your family, Ricky. It's a lot to think about, but if you have any more questions, please feel free to come see us again. We're always here to help!

    Keep Disney Dreaming,

    Kathy K.
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Meet the Panelist: Kathy, Florida

I've lived my whole life just an hour's drive from Walt Disney World, so I've been a regular visitor for as long as I can remember. Even after all these years and so many visits, I love that there's still so much to discover! Now that I'm a mom myself, seeing my favorite place through my son's eyes has given me a whole new perspective that I enjoy sharing with other parents of young children. Learn More About Kathy

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