Walt Disney World offers tickets good for one to 10 days. Guests can also choose a Park Hopper option, which will allow them to visit multiple parks on the same day, at an additional charge. The resort utilizes seasonal pricing for one-day tickets, with prices falling into one of three categories: value, regular, or peak. Additionally, one-day tickets for Magic Kingdom cost more than one-day tickets to the resort’s other three parks (Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, or Disney’s Animal Kingdom). For one-day tickets to the resort’s two water parks (Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon), guests can choose to purchase tickets valid any time or select ones with blockout dates.
For multi-day tickets between 3 and 10 days, Walt Disney World offers a $20 discount for tickets purchased online. Additionally, guests who plan on visiting the resorts multiple times in one year may want to consider purchasing an Annual Passport (subject to blockout dates). Discounts on Annual Passports are available to Florida Residents and Disney Vacation Club owners.
Note: Child tickets are for children aged 3-9. Children under 3 are free.
Single Day Tickets
Walt Disney World’s single-day ticketing now utilizes date-based pricing. To view ticket costs for select date, visit DisneyWorld.com
Multi Day Tickets
Single Day Water Park
|1-Day with Blockouts||$60||$54|
The Blockout ticket is invalid during summer. For 2018, the blockout dates are May 26 – August 26.
|Premier Pass (Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts)||$1,579|
|Platinum Plus Pass||$949|
|Platinum Plus Pass (FL Resident)||$829|
|Platinum Pass (FL Resident)||$729|
|Gold Pass (FL Resident)||$589|
|Silver Pass (FL Resident)||$439|
|Theme Park Select (FL Resident)||$289|
|Weekday Select (FL Resident)||$289|
|Epcot After 4 Annual Pass (FL Resident)||$279|
|Water Park Annual Pass||$130|
|Water Park After 2p Annual Pass (FL Resident)||$75|