There are quite a few Disney World Park Ticket Options. Disney gives you choices and it’s a good idea to understand all the choices so you don’t buy more ticket then you need.
A base ticket is a ticket without any additional options added to it. A base ticket can be for 1-10 days, with each day being cheaper than the day before. A one day adult ticket is $129 + tax for one day during peak season. A 10 day adult ticket is $445.00 + tax. The longer you stay, the less it costs per day.
Who pays child prices at Disney?
Disney charges child prices to children between the ages of 3 and 9 years old. Once your child is 10 years old, they are considered an adult for both ticket and dining purposes. They are not considered an adult on your resort reservation (meaning you won’t pay an extra fee for them to stay in your room until they reach 18; Disney charges $10-$25 for the 3rd and 4th adult in a room).
Park Hopper is an extra $65-$75 per person per ticket. This enables you to hop from one park to another.
Park Hopper Plus Option
This option is an extra $90-$100 per ticket. In addition to park hopping, this gives you a set number of admissions into the 2 water parks, ESPN’s Wide World of Sports Complex or a round of golf at Oak Trail or the 2 miniature golf courses.
Where to buy your ticket?
If you are booking a Magic Your Way package with the dining plan, you will have to purchase your tickets as part of your package. If you are taking advantage of a Room Only discount, you can purchase your tickets when you arrive or from another reputable source even if you are getting the dining plan.