• On Jul 24, 2017
    Margo from NC Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I am traveling with my son who is 17 to Disney next month, and we are planning on visiting 3 parks. The prices are so high any sujkestions on how to save money on the tickets?

    Hey there, Margo!

    Thanks so much for your question! 

    It sounds like you've mapped out your plans for which parks top your list for your upcoming visit. 

    I would suggest purchasing a Park Hopper Pass for your visit. For only a few more dollars, you can visit 2,3, or all of the parks in one day. The Park Hopper Pass gives you the flexibility to experience the magic in multiple parks without having to purchase tickets for each park individually. Since you have three parks that are a must for you and your son, you could purchase the Park Hopper Pass for one day and a single day ticket for the other day. 

    If you decide on the Park Hopper Pass, be sure to look at the park hours for the day that you plan to visit. I would use the Park Hopper Pass at the theme park on the day with the longest hours. This gives you more time in each park. If the magic continues to flow, you can upgrade your single park ticket to a Park Hopper Pass and visit more than one park on the other day as well. Any Cast Member at Guests Relations at the entrance of all the parks can assist you with upgrading your tickets. 

    Enjoy your time in the parks, Margo, with your son! 

    Wishing you magic and memories,

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