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  • On May 26, 2010
    Jennifer from IA Asked

    We only want to visit 2 parks in 1 day once during our visit. Can we simply buy an extra day of tickets? Can we use 2 tickets a day instead of using the hopper option?

    Hi Jennifer,

    You could buy an extra day of tickets but let's look at the cost break-down & try to save you a little money.  As of 6-5-10:

    A 1-day 1-park ticket (ages 10 & up) is $79.00 / ages 3 - 9 is $68.00

    A 2-day 1-park ticket is $156.00  (ages 10 & up) which averages out to $78.00 per day / ages 3 - 9 is $133.00 which averages out to $66.50 per day

    A 1-day 1-park ticket ($79.00) adding the park hopper option ($52.00) is $131.00 (ages 10 & up) / ages 3 - 9 is $120.00 ($68.00 + $52.00 for park hopper option)

    The third option would save you some money. Keep in mind that the above listed prices do not include tax and ticket prices are subject to change without notice.

    I'm not sure how many days total you'll be visiting the parks. Sound like you may be visiting on more than one day, but only want to do 2 parks in 1 day only once during your visit.  Keep in mind that the ticket prices per day become less expensive the more days you purchase.  For example a 1-day base ticket ages 10 & up is $79.00.  A 10-day base ticket (ages 10 & up) is $243.00 (which averages out to only $24.30 per day).  The longer you play, the more you'll save.

    It is only $52.00 to add the park hopper option no matter how many days you purchase tickets (i.e., its $52.00 to add the park hopper option to a 1-day ticket and its only $52.00 to add the park hopper option to a 10-day ticket).

    I hope that's not too confusing.  Please let me know if you need further clarification.  Wishing you many magical memories :-) Allison
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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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