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Disney Day Tickets

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Disney Day Tickets

I am visiting Florida in September for 12 nights with my boyfriend. We have been before, so this time we are going to spend most of our time in Universal/Citywalk, buying the 14 day unlimited ticket from Attraction Tickets. We would like to go to maybe 1 or 2 Disney Parks, but don't want to buy a 7 day unlimited ticket for £262 each. Can anyone recommend the best thing to do? How much is it to just turn up on the day and pay the entry, and what are the queues like? Or has anyone ordered day tickets from a website before?

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1. Re: Disney Day Tickets

you can buy a 1 or 2 day ticket at the park gate,but it will cost about $95.for a 1 day ticket.

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2. Re: Disney Day Tickets

Thanks for that, do you know roughly how much it is for a 2 day ticket per person? Do you have to join large queues to purchase these tickets?

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3. Re: Disney Day Tickets

These are the current ticket prices …go.com/blog/…

Not a big deal or time consuming to buy at the gate. Only 1 or 2 days won't be discounted or worth trying to buy in advance.

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4. Re: Disney Day Tickets

In answer to your question about queues. The last time we went we just walked up to the gates at the various Disney parks and bought tickets immediately and this was in May. Would imagine September would be similar. So hopefully no need to worry about queue length.

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5. Re: Disney Day Tickets

We have never seen long queues for the ticket booths at the parks. The majority of people visiting already have their tickets.

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Agree with the above posters - we didn't buy in advance and just bought upon arrival. We parked in the MK car park, from there we walked across (as we were early got a space quite near the front t they also do little trains from the car park) to the transportation center I believe it was called. As it was quiet no queue (we got there about 30min before rope drop) we got served straight away then after the short monorail trip to the MK gates we then didn't need to queue to buy our tickets and it was a little busier there so glad we got them at the TC. Online, you will not find any discounts on one/two day tickets, I believe the discounts only kick in when you get a 4+ day pass.

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