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Walt Disney World is in Lake Buena Vista, Florida roughly 20 miles southwest of Orlando. The resort welcomes millions of visitors each year, selling tickets to four Disney theme parks: Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park. The resort also offers water parks, the Downtown Disney District, Disney's Boardwalk, and the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
Magic Your Way Tickets
Magic Your Way Tickets allow guests the option to buy multi-day tickets at a discounted price. For example, guests who buy a one-day Magic Your Way Tickets will, at time of publication, pay $85 for an adult ticket and $79 for a child's (ages 3-9) ticket. If guests buy more than one day at a time, though, they can get their tickets for a discounted rate. For example, a five-day Magic Your Way Ticket costs $251 for an adult ($232 for a child), averaging out to $50.20 per day, a savings of almost $35 a ticket. For a 10-day Magic Your Way Ticket the cost is whittled down to $29.10 per day ($27.20 for a child).
Magic Your Way Tickets are good for one park per day, though guests do have the option to make there tickets "Park Hoppers," which allows them to travel to more than one park per day for an extra charge; one-day Park Hopper Tickets are around $120 per adult.
Theme Park Annual Passes
Walt Disney World has two options when it comes to Theme Park Annual Passes: a basic annual pass and a premium annual pass. Both annual passes are good for a year's worth of park-hopper admission to all four
Walt Disney World Theme Parks, as well as free parking, free newsletter and other pass holder benefits. The premium pass, though, adds additional unlimited access to other attractions, such as the Disney's Oak Trail Golf Course, Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon water parks, ESPN Wide World of Sports complex and DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park. At time of publication, a Walt Disney World Premium Annual Pass costs $649 per adult and $598 per child, with a basic annual pass costing $519 per adult and $478 per child.
Water Park Tickets
Walt Disney World Boasts two year-round water parks on its resort property: Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon. Guests have two options when buying tickets to each water park, the first of which is buying individual single-day tickets to either park at a cost of, at time of publication, $49 per adult per visit, and $41 per child per visit. Travelers who are looking for 365-day access to the water parks can get annual passes, which are good for both parks, for $99.95 for a adult and $80.50 for a child. Guests can add water park access onto the Magic Your Way Tickets for an additional fee.
DisneyQuest is a five-story interactive theme park in the Downtown Disney portion of the resort. The attraction features rides, virtual reality presentations and 3D encounters, as well as classic video games and animation experiences. As with the Walt Disney World water parks, DisneyQuest tickets are available in both single-day ($43/adults, $37/children) and annual pass ($89/ adults, $71/children) choices, with the option to add access onto the Magic Your Way Tickets for an additional fee.
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