Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Jan 3, 2012
    Mary from IL Asked

    I am not sure how many days to buy. I am thinking 5 days, but the price is practically the same between 5-10 days. Does it make sense to overbuy and throw away what is not used? The no exp seems to be a poor value.

    Hi Mary. You're right, the more theme park days you buy, the more you save. The average price per day goes down as you buy more days. For example, the current average price per day is $49.42 for an adult with a five-day pass, and this goes down to $28.97 per day with a ten day pass.

    Not knowing how many days you will be at Disney World, makes this question more difficult, but, unless you are adding the non-expiry option, I wouldn't purchase more days then you need. If the difference in adding a day is minimal for you, then I would recommend getting a ticket for each day you are there. You might even decide to make a quick stop to a park if you had a non-park day planned, to Epcot for dinner and IllumiNations! for example.

    Visit the Magic You Way Tickets page to see exact costs. I hope this helps Mary!
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