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Tickets for 14 day trip

by Heather

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“I am planning a trip in Jan 2020 for 14 days in parks. It will be for my husband, son, my son’s PCA and myself. I know I can not do the 14 ultimate ticket since we don’t live in the UK.

I am wondering what is the best way to get the park tickets. We are defiantly planning on doing the 10 day ticket package with park hopper. We are not always going to be together. Some days the PCA will have my son sometimes my husband and I will have him so we defiantly need the park hopper part.

Any help you can give me would be appreciated.”

Time for an Annual Pass


Howdy. Let’s see if I can do a little math for you and help you figure out what the best option is for tickets for your 14 day trip.

If you were to get the standard 10-day ticket with the Park Hopper option you would pay $520. Add a second 4-day ticket for an additional $455 and you have a total of $965 per person. Wow.

(Ticket prices are from July 5, 2018)

However if you purchased an Platinum Annual Pass it would cost you $849 per person. The Platinum Annual Pass includes Park Hopping AND Memory Maker plus free parking, discounts on hotels and dining and more.

The Platinum Annual Pass will save you a minimum of $119 per person just on tickets. Memory Maker is $169 and the discounts can be considerable.

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Dad’s Bottom Line

For any trip of more than 10 days, the Annual Pass is usually the way to go. Plus, if you want to you can slip down for another trip sometime during the next year.

It’s a great deal.


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