Disney World’s Reservation-less Summer Ticket Offer Now Available to Book

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Guests can now purchase an interesting ticket called the 4-Park Magic Ticket. The price of the ticket boils down to $99 per day and includes admission into each of the four Walt Disney World theme parks once. This is the first multi-day ticket that Disney World has offered that doesn’t require a Disney Park Pass theme park reservation.

As we continue to navigate a “moderation” of crowd levels at Walt Disney World, it will be interesting to see how many more ticket deals might be introduced that drop the Disney Park Pass reservation requirement. At the same time, a new Florida Resident ticket still requires a reservation, as do the vast majority of other ticket types.

Disney World’s Park Pass Hokey Pokey

As Disney World attempts to sunset the Disney Park Pass reservation system for most guests, this summer could get a little confusing


Here’s a breakdown of the current landscape for the Disney Park Pass reservation system at Disney World through January 8, 2024:

Admission TypeDo I Need to Make a Theme Park Reservation?
4-Park Magic TicketNo
1-day ticket for a specific date and theme parkNo
1-day ticket for a specific date with Park Hopper option or Park Hopper Plus optionYes
Date-based multi-day ticketYes
Vacation package with date-based ticketsYes
Annual PassYes
Florida Resident Disney Summer Magic TicketYes
All other admission types (including Youth, Sport and Convention tickets)Yes

As always, keep checking back with us here at BlogMickey.com as we continue to bring you the latest news, photos, and info from around the Disney Parks!

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