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Disney World Orlando Is Having a Rare Sale This Summer


SheKnows Editorial

The only thing more magical than school vacation and summer Fridays is a little place called Disney World. And as luck would have it, this year it might be possible for you to combine those experiences to add maximum enchantment to your summer, because Disney World is having a rare sale.

Usually, a four-day ticket to Disney, where you can visit one park a day, is $350 per person ages 10 or older. But this summer, they’re hawking a 4-Park Magic Ticket, which includes admission to all four parks on different days for just $316, or $79 a day. It’s even less expensive for kids ages 3 to 9 at just $74 a day.

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Disney almost never has sales on admission to their theme parks, so even though the discount is relatively modest, it’s kind of a big deal. And for a family of four, saving $136 on admission can make a big difference, whether that means having extra money for a hotel, transportation, food or as many Mickey and Minnie souvenirs as your kids can carry out of the park.

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The tickets will be available for purchase until July 30 and can be redeemed until September 30. You can even split your visit up over the course of two weeks if you want — visit one park one day, and you have 14 days to visit the three other parks included with your ticket.

This summer, instead of experiencing the usual crush of panic in early July when you realize you forgot to make any plans for your kids before school starts up again, think again. With this super-rare sale, maybe it’s finally time to take that once-in-a-lifetime trip to the most magical place on Earth.

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