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New Ticket Option - 4 Park Magic Ticket

jpeden

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From the WDW Website:

The 4-Park Magic Ticket is the best way to experience Walt Disney World theme parks, with one admission to each of the 4 theme parks for 4 days. Tickets may not be used to enter the same park more than once, and must be used within 14 days of first use or by May 26, 2017.


Interesting to say the least - I guess numbers are softer than they want to admit. The ticket works out to $279 before tax.
 

NothingRhymeswithOrange

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From the WDW Website:

The 4-Park Magic Ticket is the best way to experience Walt Disney World theme parks, with one admission to each of the 4 theme parks for 4 days. Tickets may not be used to enter the same park more than once, and must be used within 14 days of first use or by May 26, 2017.


Interesting to say the least - I guess numbers are softer than they want to admit. The ticket works out to $279 before tax.
Basically a $50 discount, which is pretty good. Lets see if it increases attendance.
 

erider

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Interesting to see it expires on May 26th. Could this mean that Avatar opens op May 27th?
 

Baloo68

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This seems like a good option for families on a tight budget, but it wouldn't work for me personally. I find the park hopping option to be awesome and on my upcoming 7 day trip in early December I have estimated due to dining reservations and the MVMCP that we will be switching between parks 13 times, and two of those days are all day MK days.
 

toolsnspools

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Doing a quick trip in January and only plan on 1 day per park with more relax time mixed in. Definitely going to check this out.
 

Goofyernmost

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So basically just discounting a 4 day, one park, ticket but forcing one to go to each of the parks for one day. No buying the ticket and going to MK all four days. I guess it is a deal for those that were planning on going to all four anyway and only were going to be there for 4 days. Otherwise, I fail to see the advantage. I have in the past done it that way so if my plans fit in again, that would be a good option.

Having been as often as I have, I have specific things that I want to see so a three day park hopper is my 4 day discounted pass and I know that I will always use it up.
 
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Jon81uk

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I guess it is a deal for those that were planning on going to all four anyway and only were going to be there for 4 days.
This group includes those who are going to Florida for the Harry Potter attractions at Universal and originally weren't doing Disney as it's too expensive to add onto their Universal trip. But if there is a good price to see the highlights at Disney or to see all four parks for less than going to three of them it might make the people planning Universal-centred trips spend more time at Disney
 

Gabe1

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There are enough guests skipping the Studios during the mega construction, another chunk that do not care for AK for a multitude of reasons. Maybe they are hoping this will force the guests to spend time in those parks?
 
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