Beginning today, Aug. 15, 2019, guests can “fall into fun” like never before at Walt Disney World® Resort with a new ticket offer.
With the “Mid-Day Magic Ticket,” Guests can enjoy admission after 12 p.m. to one theme park per day. 2-, 3- and 4-day Mid-Day Magic tickets are available for start dates on or before Dec. 15, 2019.
2-Day Mid-Day Magic Ticket: Valid for admission after 12 p.m. 2-day Mid-Day Magic Tickets are available from $88 per day plus tax (from $176 total plus tax) and expire four (4) days after the selected start date.
3-Day Mid-Day Magic Ticket: Valid for admission to after 12 p.m. 3-day Mid-Day Magic tickets are available from $84 per day plus tax (from $252 total plus tax) and expire five (5) days after the selected start date.
4-Day Mid-Day Magic Ticket: Valid for admission after 12 p.m. 4-day Mid-Day Magic tickets are available from $79 per day plus tax (from $316 total plus tax) and expire seven (7) days after the selected start date.
This option works best for Guests who are looking for an opportunity to start their morning at a leisurely pace, to enjoy other early-morning activities (golf, pool, etc.), or to travel from their accommodations.
Here’s a handy chart to compare the Mid-Day Magic Ticket with a Standard Theme Park Ticket:
With these tickets, the magic starts at noon as Guests will receive admission to one theme park per day after 12 p.m. Additionally, Guests can secure afternoon and evening FastPass+ to select attractions, entertainment and Character Greets up to 30 days in advance.
You can purchase the new Mid-Day Magic Tickets by clicking here.
A Park Hopper Option and a Park Hopper Plus Option are available for add-on. For Park Hopper Plus option, admission to Disney Water Parks and other fun activities is after 12:00 PM.
Tickets are nonrefundable, nontransferable and exclude activities/events separately priced. Disney FastPass+ selections before 12:00 PM will not be valid with the Mid-Day Magic ticket. Tickets not valid for admission to morning Extra Magic Hours. Water Parks subject to rehabilitation, seasonal and weather closures.
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