Disney World is introducing a new type of ticket this summer that will let visitors experience all four theme parks and two water parks for one discounted price.
For $444 plus tax, the new Summer One World ticket gives you access to each park once, so each entry is only $74 plus tax. By comparison, a one-day entry to one theme park starts at $109 plus tax. During the busy summer season, this new ticket gives Disney enthusiasts some savings and more flexibility to enjoy all of the parks.
Here’s what you need to know about the new Summer One World ticket.
Walt Disney World Resort has grown into a sprawling behemoth in Orlando, Florida. The Summer One World ticket gives you access to all six parks that make up this giant entertainment center:
Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
Blizzard Beach Water Park
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Summer vacations only
The Summer One World ticket must be used from June 4 - Aug. 28, 2019. The ticket also pairs well with the summer discount on hotel rooms at select Disney resorts. Hotel guests can save up to 25% on most nights when they stay from now until Aug. 28, 2019.
Park-hop all you want
Unlike Disney’s other ticket offerings, the Summer One World ticket does not lock you into a certain number of days that you have to spend at the parks. This ticket is based on park entries, so if you choose, you can visit more than one park per day. Without it, you would have to buy a Park-Hopper ticket, which tacks on another $60 to $84 plus tax to the price of your ticket.
The standout feature of this ticket is that it gives visitors a taste of everything. You can spend as much or as little time as you want at each place and park-hop without the premium charges. A $444 plus tax Summer One World ticket could get you six parks and up to six days to enjoy it.
Comparatively, a four-day one-park adult ticket to the theme parks plus two water park admissions will cost at least $542 plus tax, and that’s only if you can find the cheapest dates.
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