• On Jun 18, 2016
    David from PE Asked

    we're planning on being in Orlando for 2 months, looking at ticket options the annual ticket seems like overkill but the 10 day pass won't work as it expires after 14 days. Are there any other options? Thanks

    Hi, David!

    While the Annual Pass is an investment, it might really be the answer for you since you are going to be in the Orlando area for 2 months. Since you do not have to worry about counting days if you have an Annual Pass, you can pop into Epcot for a nice dinner one night, or stop by the Magic Kingdom for an evening of fireworks without worrying about "wasting" a day of your theme park tickets. And for that night you just NEED a Mickey Ice Cream bar, a quick stop at Disney's Hollywood Studios might be just what you need for that craving!

    Other benefits of an Annual Pass include free standard parking at all the parks, discounts on merchandise, discounts at select restaurants, and more.  I do not want to talk you into it, but with the length of your stay, it might be the way to go. 

    To add more value to your ticket, remember that the Annual Pass will be valid for a full 12 months from its first use, so if you are planning a return visit within that time frame, think how nice it will be to not have to purchase additional tickets.

    You are correct that theme park tickets (other than the Annual Pass) will expire 14 days after its first use, so plan accordingly if you go with a regular ticket. Whatever you decide, enjoy your nice long visit to Central Florida, and Mickey and his Pals hope you plan to spend plenty of time enjoying all the magic that Walt Disney World has to offer!

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Meet the Panelist: Cathy, Ohio

I am a fundraiser/event planner turned stay at home mom. When I am not running to cheerleading practice or a soccer game with my kids, I enjoy scrapbooking, reading, and of course, planning our next Disney adventure!

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