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  • On Apr 15, 2010
    Allie from FL Asked

    What would be the best kind of tickets to get if I'm going to spend 1 full day each at MK, EPCOT, & AK. I only want to attend HS to see Fantasmic.

    Hi Allie,

    Unless U go w/ a park hopper option & plan to do Fantasmic on one of those nights you've visited another park, U will need at least a 4-day ticket - even if U are only going to HS just to see Fantasmic.

    I see that U live in FL so let's talk options for FL residents. Not sure when U plan to visit but Disney is offering a deal for FL residents called the 4 Day Dream Pass valid until 5-25-10 for only $99 + tax. This ticket allows entrance to 1-park per day. The 4 days do not have to be consecutive & proof of FL residency is required for each member of your party. Tickets must be purchased by 5-21-10.

    If U are visiting during the weekdays, consider the FL Resident Weekday Select Pass which is good for a yr & costs $169 + tax. U can check out other ticket options for FL residents by clicking here.  Also check out for ticket offers.

    For non-FL residents, current ticket prices are $79 per day (ages 10 & up).  If U plan to spend 1 full day in MK, Epcot, AK & a separate evening at HS for Fantasmic, you'll need at least a 4 day ticket which is $225. If U purchase a 3-day ticket ($219), add the park hopper option ($52) to see Fantasmic at the end of one of your days at another park, you'd pay $271. Purchasing a 4-day, 1 park per day is still the better option.

    If U plan to visit WDW anytime in the future, purchase as many days (up to 10) that you can afford & add the No Expiration option. Prices will continue to increase over the yrs, but the NE option ensures your tickets will be accepted. Prices & special offers are subject to change w/o notice.

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Meet the Panelist: Allison, Georgia

I'm a Disney-fanatic! I made my first trip to Disney World the year it opened and have grown up crazy for all things Disney. As the Mom of a son with Cerebral Palsy, I love providing recommendations for families traveling with a special needs member. Learn More About Allison

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