There is an art to getting cheap Walt Disney World tickets, and not everything is immediately contingent on the price itself—sometimes it matters more about what you’re buying, rather than how much you’re spending. There are a number of different ways that you can purchase Disney World admission, and understanding which ones to get, depending on your vacation, can help ensure that you get maximum value for your dollar when you go to the parks.
- The magic number for the annual pass is 11. If you are planning on staying at Walt Disney World for 11 days or more, whether you are looking for it to be consecutive or throughout the course of the year, it’s a good idea to get an annual pass. Any less than that and you’re better off with some permutation of the Magic Your Way tickets.
- Adding on parts to your trip? Get an add-on! If you’re looking to visit the water parks or DisneyQuest at least twice, pick up the Water Park Fun & More addition to the ticket. If you’re just looking to visit once, simply pay the admission at the gate.
- Specialized annual passes can help. If you’re planning on visiting the water parks or DisneyQuest often but not the main parks, you can get specialized annual passes for these attractions. They’re cheaper than the overall annual pass and will help you get where you want to go for far cheaper.