Planning a trip to the Walt Disney World Resort does not come cheap, and while there are some ways to save more on your trip to “The Most Magical Place on Earth,” the most difficult discounts to come across tend to be on Park tickets.
Finding special offers for discounts on Resort stays and Resort and ticket packages is not uncommon at Walt Disney World, at least for Guests willing to travel at off-peak times, which could be a challenge for those working around work schedules and school vacation weeks.
Ticket discounts can be especially challenging to find, as Disney rarely discounts tickets without making them part of a package. While there are some ways to score some savings, it’s best to use caution when purchasing tickets from third party sources, especially given the theme park reservation system and the way tickets may be tied to an individual’s My Disney Experience account.
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The latest Disney World ticket offer can give Guests two days of tickets for the price of one, but there is a catch as this offer has limited eligibility requirements
According to Disney’s official website, Florida residents can save on their trips to Disney’s water parks late spring and early summer with a new “2-for-1” deal. The offer allows eligible Guests to purchase a two-day ticket to Disney’s water parks for $64-69 (plus tax), the price of a one-day visit.
Tickets purchased with this offer can be used for consecutive or non-consecutive days, which should help give Guests some added flexibility, especially as reservations are not required to visit Disney’s water parks like the rest of the theme parks.
Available dates to use the tickets are noted in the following chart from Disney’s website:
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Currently, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon is the only water park operating at the Walt Disney World Resort, and Disney has not yet announced when Blizzard Beach will once again reopen. As such, we would note that even though these are two-day tickets, they are only eligible for use at Typhoon Lagoon.
In years past, Disney’s water parks both closed (at different times) for brief refurbishments during the off-season in the winter. Since the Resort reopened in the midst of the pandemic, however, only one water park has been open at a time, even during the busy summer months.
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If you are able to take advantage of the 2-for-1 ticket offer, be sure to head over to Disney’s official website to purchase your tickets.
And as always, we will be back with additional updates on Disney’s water parks here on Disney Tips as new information becomes available.