The Walt Disney World Resort on Monday introduced a summer ticket offer that enables guests to visit its four theme parks over the course of four days for $99 per person, plus tax.
The Magic Ticket can be purchased starting May 23. It is valid for admission from June 1 to Sept. 29, with blackout dates around holiday weekends (July 1-4 and Sept. 1-4). The ticket must be used by Sept. 29 and within seven days of its first use.
The ticket includes one day of admission to each of Disney World's four theme parks (Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom) over the course of four separate days. Theme park reservations are not needed.
Standard one-day admission to Disney World parks typically ranges from $109 to $189; prices range from $109 to $149 during the time the Magic Ticket can be used.
Disney also introduced the Disney Summer Magic Ticket for Florida residents, who can purchase the ticket starting on May 16. Residents can buy a four-day ticket for $58 per day plus tax, or a three-day ticket for $70 per day plus tax. Advance theme park reservations are required for this ticket.