I am trying to find out how much the parks cost to enter at the gate? We are going to buy two adult premium 14 for 7 day tickets and share them with our older kids, but the two younger kids will be taken every other day as we feel it would be too much for them.
Should we buy Walt Disney World ticket each day we go or buy another one of these tickets?
Dad’s longer tickets are better Answer
If you can buy the longer tickets for children, I’d do that. Here’s why.
Walt Disney World Ticket Prices (in 2009) Photo by Joe Shlabotnik
Walt Disney World tickets get cheaper the longer you stay. A one day child (ages 3-9) ticket is now $74.00 plus tax. A 4 day ticket is $209, and after 4 days it only costs $5.00 per day to add more days.
The ticket you are buying is available only in Europe. It’s not available to us over here. Here’s what a ticket would cost over here. If you children were going to be in the parks for 7 days, the base ticket would cost $238.56 each (tax included) at the gate. Now to add the water park and park hopper options would bring the total to $351.58 (about 250 euros). Dad’s Disney World Tickets page
Dad’s Bottom Line
David, I think your 14 day premium ticket may be cheaper than that. So you might want to buy your tickets over there before you come. If not, when you come over here, don’t buy individual Walt Disney World tickets each day. Figure out how many days you need and buy a ticket for that many days.