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At A Glance The single day passport is the least cost effectiv way to visit the Disney parks, but if all you have is one day, and you only want to visit one park then it's ideal.

The Daily Pass

The most restrictive of all of the ticket options, is the daily pass, which allows one day's access to any one of the major or minor theme parks. The daily pass is purchased at the park concerned, and only allows access to that one theme park.

This is the lowest individual cost ticket option if only one or two day's park access is required, but works out more expensive that some of the other options if three or more days park access is needed.

If a one-day ticket is purchased, and the guest decides that they'd like to spend a second day in the theme park, it's possible to buy a 'Bounce Back' ticket, which is effectively a second one-day ticket at a reduced rate ($5.00 off the full single day ticket price). Since the bounce back pass is effectively another one-day pass the same restrictions apply in that it can be used to enter any of the Disney parks, but can't be used to hop between parks.

The prices should only be used as a guide, since I don't guarantee that they are 100% accurate, though will endeavour that they do reflect the current ticket prices for the WDW resort. Note that Disney tend to change (increase) their prices for the Annual Passport in the (October/November) timeframe and their regular day guest passes in the Spring (February/March).

One-day ticket
Adult $46.64 including sales tax
Child $37.10 including sales tax




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