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Disney World 14 day passes at the price of 7 plus free Toy Story Magic Bands from £375 @ Disney World
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Disney World 14 day passes at the price of 7 plus free Toy Story Magic Bands from £375 @ Disney World

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Posted 4th Dec 2018Edited by:"bobthewibble"

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14 and 21 day passes to Walt Disney World, Florida are now reduced by Disney themselves, plus you get free exclusive Toy Story magic bands, which are $25 each.
14 day passes are £375 (from £405), and the 21 day passes are £415 (from £439) applies to all arrivals through 2019.
Disney very, very rarely drop their own prices, and there's no end date listed on the offer so don't miss out.*
You pick up the Magic Bands at the Disney Springs store. If you're booking Disney accommodation you would get these anyway (although the basic cheaper versions) but if you're buying tickets only this is an especially good deal as you'd have to buy them separately.
Tickets also include the $199 value Memory Maker (as normal) which is all your photos at Disney included.
None of the other ticket resellers have matched this yet, and I doubt they will. This is £24 less than Attraction Tickets Direct per ticket for example.
2% Quidco or Topcashback when buying direct from Disney too - just got my £62 TCB cashback confirmed from buying these late last night.

*Edit: Looks like this is a long term offer, at least for the 14 day passes! On one of the pages it says, 'Disney’s 14-Day Ultimate Ticket for the price of a 7-Day Ticket standalone offer is available to book until 29th August 2019 for arrivals from 1st January – 31st December 2019.'
However no guarantee for when the 21 day prices will stay reduced as that's not mentioned anywhere.
Also as @MatthewMurdock insightfully points out, there's nothing stopping them upping the 7 day price!

The free Toy Story Magic bands offer ends 1st April.
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Paris, the dank armpit of the Disney world.

Never going there again, and forced a refund through my CC company after the last time.
Always had a good time at DLP. But surely this offer is for Orlando? Nobody goes to the Paris one for 14 days... unless you suffer chronic amnesia
Great price also potential Quidco too. Might order mine today ready for Feb next year, these prices are better than Black Friday 🏻
Memory maker comes as standard for free with tickets, not sure why they keep trying to say its worth £199!
Edited by: "razorsharp193" 4th Dec 2018
Vespa1238 m ago

Great price also potential Quidco too. Might order mine today ready for …Great price also potential Quidco too. Might order mine today ready for Feb next year, these prices are better than Black Friday 🏻


Yeah my TCB actually tracked at 3% but it might get reduced to 2% which is what it should be for tickets only. I'm very glad I held out from buying the Black Friday deals. I'd heard rumours Disney reduce prices at this point in the year so it was a bit of a gamble but hurrah, it paid off.
Yeah me too. I heard they sometimes reduce on Boxing Day but to be honest with Cashback this price is acceptable. Also with the magic bands as a bonus this is a great deal
Disneyworld is in Orlando, i don't think the op mentioned Paris. The prices are basically the same as 2018, nice of Disney to pause the increase for 1 year as the prices have been going up at a staggering rate. 2018 was £370 for 14 days with memory maker.
Edited by: "Azwipe" 4th Dec 2018
You will be able to get these tickets cheaper once the usual vendors align their prices on the back of this.

They tend to be around £30 less per ticket. However if you want the magic bands too it’s a decent deal.
fiffio10124 m ago

You will be able to get these tickets cheaper once the usual vendors align …You will be able to get these tickets cheaper once the usual vendors align their prices on the back of this.They tend to be around £30 less per ticket. However if you want the magic bands too it’s a decent deal.


I don't know if that's true. I've been monitoring prices for months now. Most of the resellers add on £10 to £15 for Disney tickets, Orlando Attractions Tickets was the only one that consistently undercut Disney themselves and that was by about £4.
If you only want to pay a deposit then your best bet might be getting one of them to pricematch though, I think that's going to be the only advantage - they tend to remove all the 'extras' when they do that.
I've updated the OP to say, on another page I'd not visited before it says the 14 days for the price of 7 is a long term deal on until 29th August next year! I think this must be a tactic to try to combat the drop in bookings due to all those waiting for the huge new Star Wars land opening at WDW in the autumn. No mention at all of the 21 day ticket price drop though so be careful not to miss out.
Will be our first time to Disney next October. Is this deal good for us? 2 adults and 2 boys 11 and 13
Cunningstunt113 m ago

Will be our first time to Disney next October. Is this deal good for us? 2 …Will be our first time to Disney next October. Is this deal good for us? 2 adults and 2 boys 11 and 13


It's as good as you'll get. Disney is a money making machine, do it once and do it all.
Third Party sellers rarely go significantly cheaper than Disney World prices and you get 2% quidco so you may as well book direct with Disney for piece of mind and customer service (I had an issue activating Memory Maker before going and they helped fix the issue in a scarily cheerful manner).

Remember to link your tickets to Memory maker well before you arrive and that fast passes for the most popular rides fill up weeks in advance (Frozen, Soarin, Avatar, Slinky Dog Coaster, 7 Dwarves mine train, Almost certainly the Star Wars rides when they open). You get your ride photos by scanning your ticket or magic bands against glowing orbs at the ride exit and you've 3 months to download them before they get deleted (so don't forget).

Parking costs a fairly obscene $25 a day and there's no way of avoiding that except by using a hotel's shuttle bus (even Disney Hotels charge for parking now).
There's one remaining way to save the parking for us Brits, which is stay in Disney accommodation. Both the park parking fee and hotel parking are waived for us in 2019. After that it'll only be the park parking included. But the hotel prices are painful... we're staying in a villa.
Just stay near Disney Springs if you want to avoid parking, plenty of hotels within walking distance, loads more on the Lynx 50 bus route that goes to Disney Springs.
Great post but word of warning about the offer- the price of a 14 day ticket could well stay the same as a 7 day ticket until August but it wouldn't be uncommon for Disney to hike the price of a 7 day ticket in the meantime.

If you're planning on going and like the current price, buy it sooner rather than later to avoid any disappointment
MatthewMurdock8 m ago

Great post but word of warning about the offer- the price of a 14 day …Great post but word of warning about the offer- the price of a 14 day ticket could well stay the same as a 7 day ticket until August but it wouldn't be uncommon for Disney to hike the price of a 7 day ticket in the meantime.If you're planning on going and like the current price, buy it sooner rather than later to avoid any disappointment


That's a very good point, it's phrased that way isn't it!
Can you not park in Disney springs for free now?
honmanshek30 m ago

Can you not park in Disney springs for free now?


Yes you can (we were there in September). I recommend to all parking at Disney Springs (for free) and then getting the free shuttle bus services to the parks. Just remember to ask the driver what time the last shuttle back to Springs will be (usually 1900-2000). We had two hire cars so as you can imagine in true HUK D style it saved us a fortune .
deleted129396004/12/2018 09:48

Paris, the dank armpit of the Disney world.Never going there again, and …Paris, the dank armpit of the Disney world.Never going there again, and forced a refund through my CC company after the last time.


We’ve just returned. The park itself was fun and magical. But the food was the worst I’ve ever experienced. We are gluten free and it was shocking. So different to Florida which was amazing.

One day we were served a microwave meal that was still frozen in the middle.
Don’t forget to get the DAS as it makes the parks enjoyable as you have an extra fastpass which doesn’t need to be booked in advance so you can go on all the hard to book rides.
mastablasta9 m ago

Don’t forget to get the DAS as it makes the parks enjoyable as you have an …Don’t forget to get the DAS as it makes the parks enjoyable as you have an extra fastpass which doesn’t need to be booked in advance so you can go on all the hard to book rides.



What's a DAS?
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paulwmather04/12/2018 15:07

We’ve just returned. The park itself was fun and magical. But the food was …We’ve just returned. The park itself was fun and magical. But the food was the worst I’ve ever experienced. We are gluten free and it was shocking. So different to Florida which was amazing. One day we were served a microwave meal that was still frozen in the middle.



The day I paid for the family to go in, we were unaware 99% of the staff were on strike; NOTHING but the gift shop was open, yet they didnt say a thing as we paid to go in, and refused a refund when we went back after seeing the picket lines.
deleted129396004/12/2018 15:52

The day I paid for the family to go in, we were unaware 99% of the staff …The day I paid for the family to go in, we were unaware 99% of the staff were on strike; NOTHING but the gift shop was open, yet they didnt say a thing as we paid to go in, and refused a refund when we went back after seeing the picket lines.


Wow shocking. I’ll definitely be complaining properly once we get home. Being served a frozen microwave meal that’s still frozen is a joke, especially as we were on an expensive plan.

Max profits is never gonna work long term.

The language barrier felt much bigger vs 2013 when we visited last, everybody seemed to speak fluent English. This time it was difficult. Especially when trying to get gluten free food. Very painful.

I appreciate its France. But it’s also euro Disney and I believe they have a responsibility to speak English.

We also lost hot water in the hotel one morning and had to leave without showing.
paulwmather04/12/2018 16:19

Wow shocking. I’ll definitely be complaining properly once we get home. B …Wow shocking. I’ll definitely be complaining properly once we get home. Being served a frozen microwave meal that’s still frozen is a joke, especially as we were on an expensive plan. Max profits is never gonna work long term. The language barrier felt much bigger vs 2013 when we visited last, everybody seemed to speak fluent English. This time it was difficult. Especially when trying to get gluten free food. Very painful. I appreciate its France. But it’s also euro Disney and I believe they have a responsibility to speak English. We also lost hot water in the hotel one morning and had to leave without showing.


Disneyland Paris is definitely needing a lot of investment, after many years of neglect, which Disney announced recently. Various plans and building works start in January 2019.
After my second visit in July 2017, I wouldn't go back to Disneyland Paris. Food not great, rides constantly breaking down.
Disney World in Orlando is on another level. If you get the chance to go, grab it. I promise you will be amazed. Wonderful experience.
We did the 7 days, plus 7 free this summer, including magic bands (toy story) and memory maker (great addition and so worthwhile).
Edited by: "BrightLights1969" 4th Dec 2018
BrightLights19692 m ago

Disneyland Paris is definitely needing a lot of investment, after many …Disneyland Paris is definitely needing a lot of investment, after many years of neglect, which Disney announced recently. Various plans and building works start in January 2019.After my second visit in July 2017, I wouldn't go back to Disneyland Paris. Food not great, rides constantly breaking down. Disney World in Orlando is on another level. If you get the chance to go, grab it. I promise you will be amazed. Wonderful experience.We did the 7 days, plus 7 free this summer, including magic bands (toy story) and memory maker (great addition and so worthwhile).


We went last year and loved it. It’s huge beyond what we’d even imagined. The food was amazing and the service was next to none. We loved it and will go back. DLP is now out of the question until they fix their menus for us coeliacs.
What would you folks advise when it comes to accommodation on a budget for just two adults?
Just a cheap local hotel, there are some amazing bargains to be found using the Priceline website with the Hotel Canary hack - read about it here:
blog.touringplans.com/201…ss/
Thought DAS was only available for disabled visitors?
mastablasta04/12/2018 15:18

Don’t forget to get the DAS as it makes the parks enjoyable as you have an …Don’t forget to get the DAS as it makes the parks enjoyable as you have an extra fastpass which doesn’t need to be booked in advance so you can go on all the hard to book rides.

Great price going next September and it's the cheapest I've seen it... I paid 379 for the same ticket last year.

As people have said before it's better to have the actual ticket upfront so you can book your fast pass 30 or 60 days in advance because if you want to skip the queues for rides in the new toy story land or avatar advanced fast pass is the best way otherwise you'll be in a 3 hour queue.
These aren't actual tickets, they're 'will call' vouchers you pick up when you get there. However you can just link them to your My Disney Experience account to get your Fastpass booking in advance.
MatthewMurdock4th Dec 2018

Great post but word of warning about the offer- the price of a 14 day …Great post but word of warning about the offer- the price of a 14 day ticket could well stay the same as a 7 day ticket until August but it wouldn't be uncommon for Disney to hike the price of a 7 day ticket in the meantime.If you're planning on going and like the current price, buy it sooner rather than later to avoid any disappointment


You called it right. Adult price is now £395 and child price is £375.
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