Where to buy discount Walt Disney World tickets

by Paul Joseph  |  Published October 1, 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 musical performance during Disney Parks’ Christmas Day Parade outside the Magic Kingdom (Photo: Inside the Magic via Flickr)

There are a several online vendors selling cheap tickets to Walt Disney World, 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 offer a wide range of deals for Walt Disney World, including on and off peak tickets and tickets that offer access to the park for anything from 1 to 10 days. The website is simple and intuitive to navigate and presents all of the information you require in a clear way, including a breakdown of how much each ticket will save you compared with official rates. When we looked for Walt Disney World tickets, we found deals starting at $54 for a 1-day ticket. The way it works means that the more days you buy for, the more you’ll save when compared with the gate price. You can choose to either have your tickets emailed and printed out, sent out for delivery, or collected on site. There’s also a 7-day-a-week call centre on hand to answer any questions you have about your tickets or anything else.

Reserve Orlando

Book at reserveorlando.com

Reserve Orlando offer a number of affordable packages and direct deals for all Orlando theme parks. These packages include park tickets as well as stays at a large assortment of hotels and vacation homes. Once ticket deals have been purchased, 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.

Orlando Attractions

Book at orlandoattractions.com

With over 30 years’ experience, Orlando Attractions bill themselves as a one-stop shop for Orlando theme park tickets. The company offer a choice of four package ranging from two-day to fourteen-day options, all including access to at least one park and often several more. Once they’ve been purchased, you can choose either to have your tickets posted to you (within 14 days), emailed to you, or be picked up on arrival. It’s also worth checking on the site more than once as their ticket prices change daily, with regular Best Ticket Deals as well as Group Rates available. If you email them with an enquiry, a knowledgeable member of their Orlando-based customer service team will get back to you promptly. For extra assurance, reviews written by previous customers can be viewed on Trustpilot.