Attention Disniacs: The 4-Park Magic Ticket has returned to Walt Disney World! This favorite ticket option that gives you access to all four parks over four days now offers free access to Disney’s NBA Experience with the purchase of the water park add-on.
The 4-Park Magic Ticket gives guests access to one park per day. It is NOT a parkhopper ticket, and, because of that, it is less expensive, available for as low as $84 a day plus tax.
4-Park Magic Ticket Breakdown:
- Tickets start at $335 plus tax.
- Grants access to the Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
- $40 up-charge if you want to include the Water Park and NBA Experience, bringing the starting ticket cost to $375 plus tax.
- Tickets are nonrefundable, nontransferable, and exclude activities/events separately priced.
- You can only visit each theme park once, and only one theme park per day.
- Water park admission is valid for one admission to Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park or Disney’s Blizzard Beach water park. NBA Experience admission is valid for one admission to NBA Experience.
- Water Parks subject to rehabilitation, seasonal, and weather closures.
- To participate in NBA Experience activities, footwear is required; athletic footwear is recommended. Age restrictions may apply. Adults must sign a waiver when they arrive at the venue; for children younger than age 18, the child’s parent/guardian must sign the waiver for minors.
- Ticket prices are dependent upon the time of year.
- The lowest upcoming cost-per-day is available in January 2020 and February 2020.
- All tickets must have a start date before or on September 30, 2020, and all tickets expire 7 days after the chosen start date.
But no matter what time you choose to make your Walt Disney World vacation, or whether or not you choose to add the Water Parks, the 4-Park Magic Ticket is a great way to make the most of your stay at the Most Magical Place on Earth.
Remember, you only get to see each park once. So, plan accordingly.
Are you happy the 4-Park Magic Ticket is back? Have you used it before? What advice would you give fellow Disniacs looking to use it for the first time? Let us know in the comments!