Home to one of the world’s most iconic fantasy landmarks, Disney World Magic Kingdom has been grabbing the imaginations of children for approaching half-a-century. The mesmerising park captures the enchantment of fairy tales with exciting entertainment, classic attractions, beloved Disney characters and so much more, not to mention as much food and drink as you can handle.
A view across the water towards the iconic Magic Kingdom Castle (Photo: Lara Farhadi via Flickr)
There’s certainly no shortage of online vendors selling Magic Kingdom Park tickets, with all kinds of deals available to suit your needs. For visitors limited by time, you can buy 1 day tickets, but if you’ve got more of a window then there are also extended tickets that give you park access for several days during your stay. Those on a budget can also pick up great value discount tickets from several vendors. To help find the best option for you, check out our list below.
Best of Orlando offer a wide range of deals for Magic Kingdom Park, including on and off peak tickets and tickets that allow access to the park for anything from 1 to 10 days. The website is well put together and presents all of the information you need in a clear and concise way, including a breakdown of how much each ticket will save you compared with paying at the gate. When we searched for Magic Kingdom tickets, we found deals starting at $109 for a 1-day off-peak ticket, meaning you can only visit the park during certain times. The more days you buy for, the more you’ll save on the gate price. Tickets can be emailed and printed off, sent out for delivery, or collected on site. A 7-day-a-week call centre is available to answer any questions you may have.
Reserve Orlando’s main USP is that they allow you to book tickets along with hotel rooms for your Orlando adventure. The key benefit here is that you can often save significantly on booking the two separately, giving you extra cash to spend during your trip. When we searched for Magic Kingdom ticket and hotel packages, we found some deals that would represent a $37 saving on booking them individually. After you’ve completed your order, you’ll be sent e-tickets for printing at home, or you can have them delivered if you prefer. For peace of mind, you can even get a 100% refund on your tickets until a week before your trip. For some anticipation-building, pre-vacation viewing, there’s also a section on the website featuring videos of a Reserve Orlando representative exploring all of the city’s main attractions, including Magic Kingdom.
Established in 1983, Maple Leaf Tickets have developed an excellent reputation for offering discount deals for Orlando attractions. When we did a search, we found savings of up to $55 on the gate price. Another bonus is that all tickets sold by Maple Leaf Tickets are FastPass enabled, allowing you to reserve access to select attractions and shows ahead of your visit. Customer reviews are excellent too, with many of them waxing lyrical about the savings they need, as well as the speed and reliability of the ticket delivery, and the general customer service they experienced. Unlike many other companies, all taxes are included in the price you are shown upfront, too.
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