Walt Disney World

How to get a discount on Walt Disney World tickets

Disney World is quite literally the biggest and most famous vacation resort in the world. Around 20 million visitors attend the resort annually which is not surprising given Disney's reputation and unique activities and entertainment. The resort has been open 365 days a year, even on public holidays such as Christmas and Easter Sunday since its opening in 1965, and attracts visitors from all around the world.

For the last ten years, the amount of people who attend Disney World Florida has steadily increased - starting with 17.23 million people attending in 2009 to 20.86 million visitors in 2018. Tickets range in price depending on how long you will be staying in the resort and where you purchase the ticket itself. 

How Much Do Tickets Cost at the Door?

You can either buy tickets at the gate or beforehand. We recommend that you buy tickets beforehand as this means you can get discounts and free fast passes on rides that you will not be able to get if you buy at the resort's gates. Ticket prices depend entirely on how many days you are going for. You can opt for a single day trip, a 7-day trip, a 14day pass or access to the resort for 21 days, and multi-day passes work out to be cheaper than single-day tickets. On certain websites such as Orlandoattractions.com you will be able to find flexible tickets that you can opt for if you want to go to Disney World for a specific number of days.

Currently, for a family consisting of 2 adults and 2 children, a 7-day ticket bundle will come to £1556, and a 21-day ticket bundle is around £1716. Prices differ depending on the season that you go to the resort, and we recommend going on Disneyholidays.com to find specific deals and bundles. You can expect tickets to be more expensive during the busiest times of the year, including Christmas, the summer holidays and spring break.


Sometimes you can find discounts for Disney World on Groupon.com. Keep your eyes peeled on Groupon for occasional discounts.


Netvouchercodes.co.uk also occasionally has deals and discounts that you can use for your trip to Disney World. At times you will need to use a specific discount code that the website will give to you, or it will provide you with a link and portal you can use to buy tickets with the discount already included.


Sometimes a discount code is available at Klook.com. For example in April code 3718T gave a 10% discount on your total order if it is the first time you use Klook.com.


Another website that you can use is Tiqets.com. Sometimes using code TIKATA10 will give you 10% off your order.

Discounts on Hotels and Accommodation

As a general rule of thumb, if you intend to stay at the resort for at least a few days, paying for hotels and accommodation that are associated with the resort will usually result in your tickets being much cheaper than if you were to buy the tickets on its own. Disney also has bundles that are all-inclusive, meaning you can get your flight, hotel and tickets booked all in one transaction. This is typically the cheapest way to organise an entire trip to Disney World and may mean that the tickets are free in particular bundles. Disney has its own hotels such as Disney's Animal Kingdom, Disney's All-Star Movies Resort and many more that you can choose from. You can get some information on the official Disney Website or you can use Expedia.co.uk or Teletexholidays.co.uk to find deals.

A Final Note

Please keep in mind that the deals and websites that we have recommended in this article are subject to change. Deals and prices of tickets and accommodation typically change daily and this means that you may need to keep your eye out for deals to find the cheapest option. Don't forget that we have a calculator on the Park Detail Page on our website that you can use to find further discounts.

Lastly, the information stated in this article may be subject to change due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, but at present, you can still get tickets to Disney World several months down the line.