My cousin has just been round asking about park tickets. They are going on a cruise which includes 5 day stay in Kissimee. She really wants to do Magic Kingdom but they also want to do Busch Gardens and Seaworld and a couple of other things so she really only wants a 1 day ticket to Mk.
I buy my tickets from an online ticket site (not sure if I am allowed to say which) and she said they dont do 1 day passes (not had chance to check yet). I said look on the actual Mk site but she said no details of 1 day passes on there either though I am sure Ive seen 1 day passes available at ticket offices at the parks. But I was looking for some experience on here as to which is the best way to get a pass for MK. Does she buy from somewhere before they go or from a vendor over there or actually at MK when they get there?
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04-04-2012, 09:23 AM #1
1 day ticket.
04-04-2012, 11:19 AM #2
I'm not sure if they are able to be purchased online, but I know you can buy a one day admission at the park entrance. The price of a one day ticket is not cheap...comparatively the more days on the ticket the less each day costs.
04-04-2012, 11:32 AM #3
A one day ticket is in the neighborhood of $80 give or take for an adult (not sure of exact pricing)Artist formerly known as JuniorMickey
04-04-2012, 11:57 AM #4
Someone did explain to me once why online vendors don’t sell 1 day Disney tickets, I forget why now. That’s helpful isn’t it
But yeah, they’re definitely available at the T&TC at Magic Kingdom.
04-04-2012, 12:28 PM #5
Yeah I was explaining to her that it tends to be cheaper the more you buy and explained what is included in the ticket price - the 4 Disney parks,the 2 water parks, transportation,Disneyquest etc. But obviously from their point of view they are only going to have time to visit MK on one day so no point. I will tell her thanks.