Disney World is a popular vacation destination for families and couples alike. If you’re thinking of visiting Disney World, it’s essential to know these three things. In this blog post, I will share three tips that will help you save money on your Disney World tickets. So, without further ado, let’s get started!
1. The Disney Reservation System
Disney’s Park reservations, by far, are my favorite thing about Disney since the COVID-19 Pandemic 👀. People by the masses agree – I’m just kidding! If anything, I wish I knew before buying my Disney World Tickets that the park reservations can be pretty annoying. So long story short – you can’t even enter a park without a Park Pass Reservation. I highly recommend that you book your park reservation right after you purchase your tickets; otherwise, if you just wing it, you may not be able to get into the park on your dates.
2. Great Discounts Do Exist For Disney World Tickets
Many people believe that the only way to get discount tickets to Disney World is through a travel agent. That’s not true! Orlando Magical Getaway has helped thousands of families enjoy the very best of Orlando – including Walt Disney World! OMG offers everything from discounted hotel stays to discounted theme park tickets in Orlando. Most of the offers are for a limited time since most are 70% off, and we only have an allotted amount. I wish I knew that companies like this offer discounts to families wanting to come to Disney World. Call today and see what 70% off discounts are in Orlando for your family: 855-204-8482. I also wish I knew that there are plenty of scams to avoid before buying Disney World tickets – like the ones below!
3. Disney Will Try To Get You With Disney World Tickets Add Ons
As much as we cherish Walt Disney World, they are a business at the end of the day. They will advertise many different options when you want to buy your Disney World Tickets. Here is what I wish I had known before buying Disney World Tickets. Firstly, let’s start with the Park Hoppers. Doing content in the parks all the time has taught me that switching parks and trying to fit everything in one day (even a few days) – realistically won’t happen, or you’ll be stressed the whole time trying to do it all. It may seem like a good deal, but you have to consider the time you’re waiting in line and the transportation between the parks.
Additionally, Disney will try to get you to spend more money by purchasing tickets for up to 10 days. This tactic will cost you more in the end, plus all the taxes and fees. If you want to go multiple days, it may be more cost-effective just to get an annual pass!
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Share These Disney World Tickets Tips
Have you been to Disney World before? If you’re thinking of going in the future, be sure to keep these three tips in mind! Don’t forget to share this blog post with a friend who might also want to visit Disney World on a budget. For more tips on Disney everything check out our TikTok here! Have a magical day!