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What is the difference between "Theme Park Ticket" and "Magic Your Way Ticket"?
What is the exact URL of the web site where I have to buy the tickets?
Thanks and regards
- Asked by Alvaro on 8/20/2013
Thank you for sending your questions to the Disney Parks Moms Panel! The Magic Your Way Ticket and the theme park ticket are essentially the same thing. It is called Magic Your Way because you can customize a base ticket. The Magic Your Way Ticket is a base ticket which allows you to visit one park per day. The parks are limited to Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom. This ticket expires 14 days from first use and does not include park hopping or admission to other gated attractions, like Disney's Water Parks. You can choose to add options to your base tickets. The Park Hopper Option allows you to come and go as through all four Walt Disney World theme parks on the same day, for the length of the ticket. This can be added for an additional cost. The No Expiration Option can be added to any ticket for an additional cost, depending on the length of the Magic Your Way ticket. Because Magic Your Way Base Tickets expire 14 days after first use, adding this option allows you to save unused days and visits for a later time, or on a future visit. The Water Park Fun & More Option can be added to the Magic Your Way Base Ticket for an additional cost, and the number of visits will correspond with the total number of Theme Park Days on the Magic Your Way Tickets. The Water Park Fun & More Option allows you to add visits to Disney's Water Parks,Disney's Oak Trail Golf Course, Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex, and DisneyQuest.
You can purchase tickets online by visiting the Theme Park Tickets
Page or https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/tickets/