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New Walt Disney World 4-Park Magic Value Tickets Coming in January

New Walt Disney World 4-Park Magic TicketsDisney has just announced new Walt Disney World tickets which allow guests to experience all 4 Disney World parks in four days at a reasonable rate.  Guests will be able to purchase the new ‘4-Park Magic Value Tickets’ starting January 18, 2019 for a total of $85 per day, plus tax (total price $340, plus tax).

Included with the admission of the ‘4-Park Magic Value Tickets’ is admission to each of the four theme parks: Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom.  Guests will be allowed one admission to each park, on 4 separate days.  So you can’t go to two parks in one day, but it allows you to experience each park to the full on separate days.

The ‘4-Park Magic Value Ticket’ is valid from January 18 – March 1, 2019 and must be used within 7 days of ticket purchase.  You can’t buy it, use a couple days and then wait weeks to use the other days.  You must use all 4 days in a 7 day window and no more than seven days after purchase.  This offer for the ‘4-Park Magic Value Tickets’ is only good till March 1, 2019 as it’s designed to attract guests to the park in the “slower” period of the year at Walt Disney World.

There are two more types of ‘4-Park Magic Tickets’ with higher prices which can be used through September 30, 2019.  For more information go to: visit

I like this idea and while $85 per day is still a lot of money for guests, it offer a better value than normal which starts at $93 for a 4-day ticket.  So if you can swing those dates in January – March 1 and you only plan to go to the parks for 4 days, then it offers good value and you should get it.

Your Thoughts:

I want to know what you think about the ‘4-Park Magic Value Tickets’…

  • Would you consider these tickets?
  • What other similar offers would you like to see Disney give?

Let us know in the comments section below!

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Tuesday 18th of December 2018

Well... it sounds like an okay deal, but since this is only for a 6 week window, during a traditionally slow time, the 7 day restriction seems cumbersome. Almost like they want you to not be able to use all the tickets and loose 1 or 2. Older folks may not be up to the restrictions. The restriction is probably good for most, but after all, its only a 6 week period, why such strigent restrictions? In reality, most would probably use the tickets within their time frames, but some folks would like a less restricted usage window.


Tuesday 18th of December 2018

Yeah I hear ya Richard, thanks for the comment. You're right about the restrictions, but I think it's just designed more for a family who is looking to take a 5-7 day vacation in Walt Disney World. They won't have any problems using up the 4 days in that situation. They don't want people saving the days for busier times, and it also helps lock-down how many guests will be in the parks on which days which is useful for staffing purposes