Where to buy cheap Orlando Theme Park tickets

by Paul Joseph  |  Updated July 25, 2018

Whether you’re young, or merely young at heart, there’s nowhere quite like Orlando for immersing yourself in a child-like fantasy world. Some of the best theme parks on earth can be found here, spanning every theme imaginable, and ensuring there’s something to suit every taste. You can even sneak a peak behind the scenes to discover the inner workings of these magical locations.

A performance outside Cinderella Castle at Orlando’s Magic Kingdom (Photo: jpellgen via Flickr)

There are a several online vendors selling tickets to Orlando theme parks, many of which offer deals and discounts, as well as popular add-ons such as combined hotel stays and fast-track queuing for rides. To help you find the right option for your preferences and needs, we’ve picked out three of the best.

Best of Orlando

Book at bestoforlando.com

Best of Orlando offers would-be vacationers the chance to make serious savings by offering the cheapest tickets you’ll find anywhere online for the city’s main attractions, and certainly far cheaper than paying on the gate. The site itself is intuitive and easy to navigate, making booking your tickets a simple process. There are five Orlando theme parks offered on the site, and you can purchase tickets that gives you access to as many of them as you wish. Customer service is a strong point too, with a dedicated call centre open 7 days a week, while there’s no hidden admin or credit card fees waiting to bite you either.

Reserve Orlando

Book at reserveorlando.com

Reserve Orlando’s main USP is that it offers bundled packages that combine tickets to Orlando attractions with hotel stays in and around the city. By doing so, they are able to provide cheaper deals than if you booked your hotel and tickets separately. Looking for Orlando theme park packages, we found some great looking deals that certainly delivered on this promise, with one package representing a $42 saving on booking the same tickets and hotel separately. Once you’ve made your purchase, the website provides e-tickets which you can print off at home, rather than collect them at a location in Orlando. The company’s cancellation policy is pretty impressive too, with a full refund offered up until a week before your trip. Other attractive website features include a video section showcasing various travelogue-style reports on theme park attractions across Orlando.
Park Tickets have more than a decade’s experience catering for visitors to all of Orlando’s theme parks. They make the bold claim of offering cheaper tickets than any other online vendor, which they say they are able to do because Disney provide them with significant discounts due to the volume of tickets they sell, which makes it possible for them to reduce their own prices and still make a tidy profit. As for the kind of tickets available, a variety of options are available, including bundled ‘Special’ tickets that include entry to more than one theme par. You can also download a Park Tickets app where you can purchase tickets and manage your orders. Another perk is that Park Tickets do not apply credit card charges to transactions on the site.