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4-Park Magic Ticket Returns for Walt Disney World Resort Visit

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It’s back! The 4-Park Magic Ticket is now available for purchase.

Guests are able to experiences at all 4 Walt Disney World theme parks with the 4-Park Magic Ticket, which is 4 days of tickets from $89 per day (from $356 total), plus tax.

A 4-Park Magic Ticket includes a single day’s admission to each of the four Walt Disney World theme parks (Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom), for a total of 4 admissions on four separate days. You may not visit the same park on more than one day, and there is no “hopping” (so you may visit only one theme park per day).

Guests can also choose to add admission to either Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park or Disney’s Blizzard Beach water park AND one admission to the NBA Experience at Disney Springs to your ticket for just $40 more, plus tax.

Guests looking to purchase this ticket must select a start date on or before September 30, 2020, and the ticket expires seven days after the selected start date. While pricing starts at $89 per day, plus tax, prices will vary based on the start date selected. Lower pricing is available for children ages 3-9.

If you’re looking to experience the four Walt Disney World theme parks in one trip and only go to one park each day, this 4-Park Magic Ticket is a great option to take advantage of!

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17 thoughts on “4-Park Magic Ticket Returns for Walt Disney World Resort Visit

  • Anyone know the options for changing the dates of your magic tickets with the recent closure events?

  • Does anyone know if the water park “ticket” is automatically added to your Magic Band? I don’t see anywhere on My Disney Experience to select which one and reserve tickets or anything. Assuming you just show up at your water park of choosing and get scanned but if anyone has some advice or knowledge on this, that would be great.

  • Hi there,

    You do not have to go on consecutive days. You have 7 days to use them and can have a rest day in between. We are going to do that very thing!

  • Can you visit a theme park AND one of the water parks on the same day? I know you can’t visit 2 theme parks on the same day; just wondering if it’s different with the water parks. Thanks!

  • Do you have to go on 4 consecutive days? I read that they expire 7 days after your “start date”. Just wanting day of rest in between, because of small children. Hoping that’s allowed.

  • You can come and go as often as you like but it has to be at the same park on the day you choose to go there.

  • The last time they had this offer you could. I can’t imagine that this offer would be any different. Call Disney to clarify if you wish.

  • But you CAN come and go from the park on that same day right? “One Admission” almost sounds like I can’t leave the park once I enter and come back later the same day…

  • Someone knows how many time does the offer will be available?

  • No, you can buy tickets separate from Disney or a verified third party vendor. We always do, even when we stay on site because we rent DVC points instead of booking through Disney.

  • In order to get these tickets do you have to stay at the resort?

  • The website says through September 30th. It looks like the special prices, at least when I look at Touring Plans ticket partner,, are only available for purchase through April 30th.

  • Anyone know how long these will be available for purchase?

  • Can you purchase one set of tickets to use for 4 days, and then a second set to use for the next 4 days? Or can you just add extra days.. Say stay for 6 days one park per day?

  • do the math for your family to see if the savings are there. I saved $266 on 3 tickets for our trip in March. I wasn’t able to add the 4 park magic tickets to my package (hotel, tickets, dining) online…I had to call. They booked room and dining together then added stand-alone tickets. I think it depends on what time of year you are visiting to see savings.

  • It was like they invented this ticket for us this year! We were going to do the NBA Experience anyway so now we get to go to do water park for like $5! We love the 4-park ticket- works well for us!

  • Not a huge savings, about $50 per adult according to what the ticket calculator says. Interesting they are offering admission to the NBA Experience at Disney Springs as an add-on along with the water parks. Makes me wonder if Disney will soon include the NBA Experience in their Parkhopper Plus ticket option much like Disney Quest used to be.

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