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The Top 6 Ways to Save Money on Disney Park Tickets

Many ask how you can save money on Disney tickets. You've probably seen advertisements for discounted tickets, but may wonder if it's really truly a deal or even a reliable site to purchase your tickets from. (No one wants to arrive at the parks and find out what you purchased isn't valid.) The agents at Fairytale Journeys Travel came up with a list of ways to safely save on your next adventure.

Top 6 Ways to Save on a Disney Trip:

  • The longer you stay, the lower the cost per day! The cost per day for a 1 day starts at $109/day and for a 10 day ticket it starts at $47/day. Disney wants you to stay & play longer and rewards you if you do!

  • Buy before you go - it's cheaper to buy in advance vs. at the gate!

  • Pay attention to the time of year you travel. Disney recently changed the pricing on their tickets to date-based pricing. If you can travel during "off-season" times it will save you $$ on tickets.

  • Use your Target Red card to save 5% on Disney gift card purchases or your Sam's Club membership to purchase discounted Disney Gift Cards & then use those gift cards to purchase your theme park tickets.

  • If you have a Kroger near you, you can buy gift cards there, when they offer 4X fuel points on gift card purchases & get some major gas points to apply towards your next tank of gas!

  • Book your theme park tickets through me - if you purchase your 3 day or more tickets through me, I will be able to look for active trip promotions and offer you my personalized planning services, a great value, for free!

Pro-tip: Ticket ONLY purchases are non-refundable & the cost is due upfront. If you purchase tickets as part of a Disney resort vacation package, however, the cost is refundable up to 30 days before travel & only a $200 deposit is required to book.

If you are thinking of purchasing tickets only to Disney World, Disneyland, or Universal, fill out a quote request form and we can start planning your next incredible adventure. My services are entirely free to my clients - you won't pay a penny more than booking through Disney directly!

Need more information on what a travel agent can do for you? Check out my post on the Top 5 Reasons to Use a Travel Agent for Your Disney Vacation.