During the planning stage of your family vacation, you might come across something known as Disney World park hopper tickets. But, what exactly does that mean? What does it include? How much does it cost? Sit back and relax… I’ll fill you in!
What is the Disney World Hopper Pass?
There is so much to experience at Disney World! You’re not going to want to miss a second of it.
With the Park Hopper Pass, you and your family can enjoy same-day admission to all four of Disney’s theme parks: Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Hollywood Studios.
This is great for first time Disney goers, but also for past visitors. Maybe you already have your favorite rides and shows you love, so this pass allows you to hop from park to park and see them all!
How does the Park Hopper Plus compare?
The Disney Park Hopper Plus option gives you the same-day admission to all four theme parks, just like the regular Park Hopper Pass. However, this pass also includes a certain number of visits to Disney’s water parks and other Disney locations, based on the length of your ticket.
For example, a 4-day ticket allows 4 visits, and a 5-day ticket allows 5 visits. A 1-day ticket, however, allows 2 visits.
Each visit allows you to choose one of Disney’s many locations: Blizzard Beach Water Park, Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, Oak Trail Gold Course, Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf Course, and Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Course.
How much is a Disney World Hopper Pass?
The cost for a 1-day Park Hopper ticket is $177.53 for an adult and $171.14 for a child.
The cost for a 10-day ticket, the highest ticket, is $532.00 for an adult and $511.00 for a child.
In contrast, the 1-day Park Hopper Plus ticket costs $206.29 for an adult and $199.90 for a child.
The cost for a 10-day ticket for an adult is $548.00 and $527.00 for a child.
If you plan on getting the most out of your vacation, I suggest a park hopper tickets because you can make your way around all the parks anytime you want!
This is a guest post submitted by Farah Zamora, a journalism student at Florida Gulf Coast University.