Guests looking to pack in a long weekend or short week at Walt Disney World will be thrilled to hear the resort has a new limited time ticket promotion that offers 4-parks at just $70 per day. A 19% discount off the regular price of $86 a day for a 4-day non-parkhopper ticket. These 4-park magic tickets are for a one day ticket to each of Disney World’s 4 parks (so no park hopping and you can visit each park once) and must be used within 14-days of initial use.
Disney offering discounts on multi-day tickets is nothing new. If the park perceives a slow period coming up, this is a regular tool they’ve employed in the past. I don’t recommend people wait for discounts likes these, but they’re nice when they’re offered.
This new ticket is available from November 15 2016 to March 5 2017, but is not valid for admission for any of the following days: December 17 2016 – January 2 2017 and April 10 2017 – April 21 2017. That means make sure you use the first day of your four days at least 4 days before December 17 or April 10 or your last days will be blocked out.
For Florida residents there are both 3 and 4 day ticket promotions with similar blackout dates (Spring break starts on April 8th not 10th for Florida Resident tickets). You also have 6 months to use these tickets after first use, but they expire completely on December 17, 2017. The price per day for this promotion is as little as $47 a day (including tax). That’s pretty much the best price per day you’ll get short of an annual pass.
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