When you get ready for a family trip out to Disney World, discount tickets might not be the top priority on your mind. There are many other decisions that seem like they must be made first. Will you stay at a Disney World resort, or in a nearby hotel? Will you have to rent a car if you stay nearby, and if so, will it be more expensive to go with car plus off-site hotel than it would have to just have the onsite hotel?
Moreover, are you just going to enjoy Walt Disney World, or are you going to stop by the adjacent but separate parks like the Disney Animal Kingdom? Is a combo package to get you into all of the Disney parks good enough? Do you need to go bigger, and look for a multipark Orlando flex ticket that will include the non-Disney parks?
What might not seem obvious to the untrained vacationer, however, is that all of these decisions are part and parcel of the same question of discount tickets. For example, if you’re only going to be making a one-day run through Disney World, a cheap single-day ticket can run you as little as $50 per person if you know where to look and how to ask. But if you’re going to be there for a week or more, you’ll find that you’ll need to find a discount Disney park ticket and book a hell of a deal on a website like Priceline or Expedia if you want to keep your vacation in the three-digit range, and that’s assuming you only have one parent and one child.
One way to consistently get cheap Disney tickets is to sit through a several-hour-long and pressure-filled sales pitch to get you to buy a time share. It can be hellish, but it works. Just go in knowing that you’ll leave exhausted, hungry, and irritated…but with Disney tickets in your hands. That can be worth a lot of hassle, just don’t get suckered in.
Of course, the best bet is to combine all of these options if at all possible. In some cases, it’s possible to find a website that has essentially done all of this for you. These sites offer comprehensive packages that will cover airfare, hotel, rental car, tickets, and even give you coupons for in-park expenses. It might take a bit of searching to find one that suits you, but it’s a darn sight easier than turning down a timeshare about seven hundred times in a few hours.