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New Summer Ticket Offers Coming to Walt Disney World Resort

Brooke Fehr

by , Walt Disney World Public Relations Manager

There’s no better way to spend quality time with family and friends than a trip to Walt Disney World Resort. It’s such a thrill to climb into a train at Expedition Everest with my daughter, take in an EPCOT festival with my son, plan a date night dinner with my husband at the Hollywood Brown Derby, or capture a magical photo on Main Street, U.S.A. with my gal pals. And I’m sure that making memories with your family and friends is just as important to you.

This summer, you won’t want to miss our special new seasonal ticket offers, which will help you make your next Walt Disney World vacation extra magical. From experiencing the rush of the new TRON Lightcycle / Run presented by Enterprise at Magic Kingdom Park and delighting in the spectacle of “Fantasmic!” at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, to setting out on a thrilling whitewater adventure on Kali River Rapids at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park and putting your very own concept car through its paces on Test Track presented by Chevrolet, it’s the perfect time to take advantage of special offers.

TRON Lightcycle / Run Presented by Enterprise
4-Park Magic Ticket

Beginning May 23, 2023, you can purchase the 4-day, 4-Park Magic Ticket for $99 per day plus tax ($396 total plus tax), which includes one day of admission to each of the four theme parks (for a total of 4 admissions, on 4 separate days)*. No theme park reservations are needed. To learn more, visit

Florida Resident Disney Summer Magic Ticket

Beginning May 16, 2023, Florida residents can purchase the Disney Summer Magic Ticket, which offers value and flexibility for their next adventure to Walt Disney World theme parks. Choose from a 4-day ticket for $58 per day plus tax ($229 total plus tax) or a 3-day ticket for $70 per day plus tax ($209 total plus tax)**.  With this ticket, advance theme park reservations are required and are subject to availability. Visit for more details.

Kali River Rapids

Looking for even more magic during your upcoming getaway? Guests can save up to 25% on stays at select Disney Resort hotels this summer, while Florida residents and Annual Passholders can also take advantage of other special offers. Learn more at

So, get ready. Incredible thrills await you this summer at Walt Disney World!

*Ticket is valid for admission June 1, 2023 through September 29, 2023 (subject to blockout dates from July 1 to July 4 and September 1 to September 4, 2023). Ticket must be used within 7 days of first use or by September 29, 2023, whichever comes first. Ticket excludes activities/events separately priced.

**Ticket is valid for use beginning May 16 through September 29, 2023 (subject to blockout dates from May 26 to May 29, July 1 to July 4 and September 1 to September 4, 2023). Ticket is valid for one theme park per day and excludes activities/events separately priced.


  • What about Disneyland? Why does Disneyworld get everything? They get meal plans, discounted tickets, and soon they won’t even have to make reservations. And Disneyland gets none of that. Can the west coast get some love please?

  • As of 5/17/23, all virtual queues for rides require a ParkPass reservation to request to enter the line to join. If the general 4 Day Magic ticket states, “Park reservations not required”, are those ticket holders **excluded** from joining virtual queues? Offer details does not state this.

    I was wondering if WDW will change VQ requirements for summer then. TY

  • I see it says park reservations are not required, but can I still make them if I want to?

  • So, I have a trip planned for August that is a hotel/ticket package. Would this 4 day park ticket price be able to reduce the cost of my package or do you have to have separate room reservations from your ticket reservations? Also, it says park reservations are not required, but can I still make park reservations if I want to?

  • Welcome to the blog Ms. Brooke!

  • Clever really. Most families have already planned for and paid for non-refundable tickets. Good way to help fill up the parks. Would have been nice to offer folks an upgrade path to this offer from say 2 day tickets to this 4 day. In any event it may leave a bitter taste for those that have planned.

  • Clever really, Most folks have already planned and bought tickets (not refundable). Good way to help fill up the park. Would be nice if it allowed folks to upgrade to this offer. Not sure this will be perceived well by those that have already planned. Could leave a bitter taste.

  • This is not a rival to 6 Flags or any of the other parks… a family of 4 with this deal still has to pay for 4 days- around $1700 including tax plus all the rest of the expenses to get there, hotel, food, etc (so a family is right back to over $3000 for 4 days)… A person is better off getting a season pass at another park than doing day passes at Disney. A person can buy a 4 pack of “Season” passes at Universal Fla for just a little more than a 4 day pass at Disney, and I know as a fact, a 4 pack of “season” passes to 6 Flags NJ was $350 for all 4 when they had their deal at Thanksgiving time– how does anyone at Disney see this deal as a rival to their competitors… 4 days vs a whole season? Plus, a person can only use these 4 days in a certain time frame (up til sept). And as a Fla resident, you have to see if you can get availability and a reservation to go, and you have to go for 4 days (and cost more money for 3 days), and as a resident, you have to obligate yourself for 3-4 days? 6 Flags in NJ- a person can get a one day ticket for $45, and a Diamond season pass (which gives you access to ALL of the 6 flags parks AND water parks, AND Safaris- 25 parks) for $160 each person (and they have discounts on these all the time), nowhere close to what Disney is offering as a “rival”. And these other parks have just as many rides, if not more in 1 park and those rides are bigger and for older kids and adults. Please really start listening to your customers, because you are too high in ticket prices, things cost way too much, food is too overpriced, rides are down a lot, and your customer service in the parks has been less than subpar over the past few years. Your Committees doing their research and making these deals for your customers really needs to step up and do a price/experience comparison to your competitors, because your Customers are.

  • Will this reduce the price of hotel/ticket packages? Also, why wait to do away with park reservations???

  • Will we see any offers for Canadian Residents, Resorts, Park Tickets etc

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