Disney World 4-Park Magic Ticket Now Supported by Ticket Calculator

 

Walt Disney World Ticket Calculator

Discounts on legitimate tickets can be tricky to find, but our Walt Disney World Ticket Calculator exists to streamline the process. Simply enter the parameters of the Walt Disney World tickets you’d like, and our software will find the best pricing among several reputable ticket wholesalers (currently, we have seven), taking into account all taxes and fees. We generally check the vendor prices one per day, and we get no commission from any tickets that you purchase; this is a objective tool that we operate for the benefit of the TouringPlans.com community.

On May 6, we made this even better by adding support for the limited-time 4-Park Magic Ticket, a ticket that offers good savings if you’re willing to spend 1 separate day in each of Disney World’s four theme parks. The 4-Park Magic Ticket is not a “hopper,” so you can only visit one park per day. And right now the 4-Park Magic Ticket must be purchased by July 30 and used by September 30, 2017. Be sure to read all Disney’s restrictions prior to purchasing.

To consider this ticket on the Ticket Calculator, Select “No” under “Do you want to visit more than one park per day?” You will then see a second question: “Will you spend a separate, single day in each of the 4 Theme Parks AND finish all days on or before September 30, 2017?” That question is meant to determine whether the 4-Park Magic Ticket will work with your plans. Select “Yes” if it will; then the 4-Park Magic ticket will be used in your results.

After you get the results, click on the blue link to start shopping at the website of the third-party vendor(s) of your choice.

Pricing can change daily, but when I checked on May 7, I could save $20 per adult ticket for the 4-Park Magic Ticket versus buying directly from Disney’s website, or more than $40 versus buying this at the “gate” upon arrival. Personally, I’ve purchased tickets several times via third-party wholesalers, and I’ve never run into a problem. When someone charges less money for exactly the same product that Disney sells, I’ll take that deal every time.

We hope this helps with your travel planning!

6 thoughts on “Disney World 4-Park Magic Ticket Now Supported by Ticket Calculator

  • May 8, 2017 at 12:02 pm
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    Um… have you double checked this? I just tried running the calculator and it’s not working. If I use the exact demonstration you gave, it does, but anything else just shows “RESULTS” without giving the results.

    • May 8, 2017 at 12:18 pm
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      It works, but it looks like there may be an issue on the Safari web browser. We’ll investigate. In the meantime, it should work fine with a browser like Chrome or Firefox.

  • May 8, 2017 at 2:28 pm
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    Maybe a little off topic but is there any info on whether this ticket will be continued? We’re going in January ’18 and this ticket would be perfect for us.

    • May 8, 2017 at 2:39 pm
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      Unfortunately, we do not know whether Disney will offer a similar ticket for a January 2018 visit.

      (For whatever it’s worth, such a ticket was for sale starting in November 2016 that covered most of January 2017.)

  • May 8, 2017 at 7:30 pm
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    Disney’s “Here’s $10 to keep attendance numbers for DHS looking terrible to the shareholders” offer.

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