Walt Disney World ticket prices and what you can do to save money in the long run if you are a huge Disney fan like us. The theme park tickets in Disney seem to keep going up and up and up through the years. I remember years ago when I was much younger that my mom and dad payed a lot less for the Disney tickets then you will now. If I remember right, they were around 33.00 for a day ticket for Magic Kingdom, Epcot or MGM, which is now called Hollywood Studios.
Now at the time of this post the Walt Disney World park tickets are $99.00 a day for a Magic Kingdom Park and $94.00 for any of the other parks, Epcot, Disney’s Animal Kingdom or Disney’s Hollywood Studios. And that is for the ages of 10 and older. If you have children that are the ages of 3 years to 9 years old then the tickets for the Magic Kingdom are $93.00 and for the other parks like Epcot, Animal Kingdom or Hollywood Studios they are $88.00.
If you are family that enjoys going to Disney year after year or just pretty often you might want to think about saving up and getting multi day tickets. My mom bought a 10 day pass for her and my dad years ago and they still have a few days left to use.
Now here is a little break down on the Disney ticket prices to save some money and buy multi day passes for your future Disney vacation. The more days you purchase at once the cheaper it will be for you.
Here are the current prices for the 2014 year for the ages of 10 years and older.
- 2-Day Park Ticket $94.00
- 3-Day Park Ticket $91.34
- 4-Day Park Ticket $73.50
- 5-Day Park Ticket $60.80
- 6-Day Park Ticket $52.34
- 7-Day Park Ticket $46.29
- 8-Day Park Ticket $41.75
- 9-Day Park Ticket $38.23
- 10-Day Park Ticket $35.40
Now when you purchase multi day tickets for Disney you need to remember that they expire 14 days of first use. So if you purchase the tickets but don’t go to Disney for a few years that will be fine. but if you go into the park you will have to use up the rest of your days on your ticket within the 14 days.
What my parents have done in the past for our Disney Vacations was to purchase the additional no expire ticket option. So If you purchase the no-expire option for your multi passes you can come back 5 years later and still use your tickets. This is a great option to save money in the long run. I would suggest to purchase a 10 day multi day ticket and add the no expire option so you have it for future vacations.
10 Day Disney Ticket for one person at the age of 10 years or older:
- 10 Day Park Ticket $354
- 10 Day Park Ticket No Expire Option $340
So you will be saving 29.60 per day with the 10 day pass/no expire option for your future family vacations to come.