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  • On Mar 23, 2021
    Shakeenya from SC Asked

    Hello, how much are the tickets up to 9yrs. Also, I want to go to 3 parks...how much would the multi park tickets be?

    Hello Shakeenya, and welcome to planDisney! I'm so glad you stopped by with this great question! Any good planner knows you have to start with the basics. When it comes to your Walt Disney World Resort vacation, getting your tickets is the perfect place to start.

    I'm going to walk you through purchasing tickets based on the dates and info you provided, but just know that the final amount you'd pay will depend on a few different factors. We'll go over those as we chat. Okay, here we gooooo!

    The date you were asking about has already passed, so I'm going to jump forward a month from that and check the price for April 11, 2021. Since you'd also like to visit multiple Theme Parks on the same day, we'll add the Park Hopper Option to your tickets. To find the cost, let's head to the Tickets page on the Walt Disney World website and select "Standard Theme Park Ticket." Scroll down to select the number of days you need. I'm using a 1-Day ticket for our example, but note that the price per day goes down the more days you visit! Then we're going to select the Park Hopper Option, and finally click on the date on the calendar. Scroll down to "Select the Number of Tickets" to see the total broken out for adult and child tickets. Here are our results (prices are subject to change):

    1-Day Ticket w/Park Hopper Option for Adult (April 11, 2021): $201
    1-Day Ticket w/Park Hopper Option for Child 3-9 (April 11, 2021): $196
    Children 2 and under are free!

    Walt Disney World uses date-based ticket pricing, so you'll see on the calendar that choosing a different date will change the amount you'll pay. Being flexible with your dates if you can is a great way to save a little money!

    One other important thing to know is that you'll need to make Disney Park Pass reservations for each member of your party before your vacation. Once you have your tickets, just go to the Disney Park Pass page and follow the prompts to make reservations for the Parks you want to visit each day. And it's probably a good idea to check the Availability Calendar before you buy tickets, just to make sure the Parks you're hoping to visit have reservations open.

    Shakeenya, if you'd like to get more details on Walt Disney World tickets, feel free to give Disney's Guest Relations a call. A friendly Cast Member will be happy to talk through the options with you!

    I hope this helps you plan a magical visit to the Walt Disney World Resort, Shakeenya. Please come see us again if you have any more questions!

    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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