Good Deals on 3- to 6-Day Disney World Park Hopper Tickets

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Our Least Expensive Ticket Calculator is a free online search tool for finding the best discounts on Disney World tickets. Earlier this week we added ParkSavers.com to the list of authorized Disney ticket wholesalers, which includes Disney.com, Undercover Tourist, The Official Ticket Center, Kissimmee Guest Services, Maple Leaf Tickets, and Orlando Fun Tickets.

Every ticket vendor has a “sweet spot,” where they try to be the cheapest vendor for a particular kind of ticket.  For example, Disney is the cheapest place to find 1- and 2-day tickets, while The Official Ticket Center goes after 4- to 6-day Magic Your Way base tickets.

From their prices, it looks like ParkSavers is trying to be super competitive on 3- to 6-day Magic Your Way park hoppers.  Their 5-day hoppers are currently priced around $47 per person less than Disney, including shipping. That’s a good deal, if you don’t already have tickets.

FYI: We’re not affiliates of ParkSavers.com and don’t have a business relationship of any kind with any vendor listed in the ticket calculator. 

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Posted on May 9, 2014

7 Responses to “Good Deals on 3- to 6-Day Disney World Park Hopper Tickets”

  • Are tickets from these distributors able to be linked to magic bands so FPP can be reserved in advance?

  • by Dean Finder on May 9, 2014, at 10:16 pm EDT

    With all of the rules on FastPass+ tiers, maybe Disney should rename those tickets Magic OUR Way. Amirite?

  • by Leigh Anne on May 10, 2014, at 9:59 am EDT

    ParkSavers delivers your tickets via email voucher, which is then redeemed at the box offices of the theme parks. As Stefanie mentioned, how is it possible for these tickets to be linked to the Magic Bands for the reservation of FP+?

    • We bought tickets from undercover tourist earlier this year, and they were delivered in a plastic jacket. I entered the ticket IDs on the My Disney Experience linking each ticket to each member going. It worked great and while I took the tickets with us, we never needed them. The magic bands were already coded against the ticket IDs.

    • by Lee & Robin on May 14, 2014, at 10:16 am EDT

      If true, then this would seem to make it impossible to make pre-visit FastPass+ reservations with tickets bought from ParkSavers.com. I also just attempted to go to the ParkSavers.com website. This generated an error message that the site was “temporarily unavailable”.

      Cheers,
      –Lee