Disneyworld Florida - tickets?
indiesearcher · 28/12/2021 16:57
Can I now only buy 7 or 14 day passes??
What's the most cost effective way to do 2 days in Disney (Magic Kingdom/a animal Kingdom), and then a day at Universal?!
LadyExpecting93 · 28/12/2021 17:00
I think you could only but 14 day passes... it worked out more cost effective for us. We went back in 2018 so I don't know if it's changed now.
We had the universal park ticket and Disney tickets separate- both 14 day passes.
LadyExpecting93 · 28/12/2021 19:18
You may be able to get just a 5 day pass then.
We booked with Virgin and they had all sorts of options. Good luck!
gerardsbutler · 28/12/2021 20:40
You can buy on the gate which is expensive but also places like Walmart do cheaper day tickets.
indiesearcher · 28/12/2021 21:25
Thanks @gerardsbutler - why are the Walmart tx cheaper, and are they genuine etc? It all seems so complicated!
indiesearcher · 28/12/2021 21:26
And can anyone tell me, roughly, what a one day pass for magic kingdom would be in February?
FudgeSundae · 28/12/2021 21:42
There are whole specialist sites for this - the dibb is great. But basically we in the uk get super duper cheap tickets which are massively discounted but only come in 7, 14 and used to be 21 days. The US tickets come in shorter days and you can buy the us tickets via various US retailers (Orlando attractions, floridatix, etc.). They’re often a worse deal even for short trips but you need to do the maths, bearing in mind the uk tickets have free park hopper, free water park and more, free memory maker. HTH.
Umbongoumbongo999 · 28/12/2021 21:48
Last time we went (2019) I bought 2 day base park tickets from undercover tourist which allowed us 1 d entry to magic kingdom and 1 d to epcot. We had 5 d in New York followed by 6 d in Orlando so no point buying the 14d UK tickets. Universal also do single day or 2 day entry.
FudgeSundae · 28/12/2021 22:12
And yes, Disney world is the most complicated holiday ever. I spent months and months planning our first trip. I really recommend doing your research.
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