Disney World in Orlando, Florida is actually a collection of four theme parks: Magic Kingdom,
Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Hollywood Studios. While you may return to the same theme park on the same day you leave, you cannot be admitted to another theme park without buying another ticket. We’ll use the example of a family of four with two adults and two children flying from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Orlando. Both parents work outside the home and both children are less than 10 years old. Departure date is 06/27/2017 through 07/01/2017.
To fly to Orlando and back to Philadelphia with one stop will cost around $400 for the entire family. Let’s say you would like to branch out a bit while you’re in Orlando and see a bit of the area. You’ll need to rent a car. To rent a midsize car will cost around $200 for the week.
DISNEY WORLD TICKETS
Discount Disney World tickets can be bought at the gate to the theme park you wish to visit. There are also cheap Disney World tickets through Disney recommended ticket brokers. However, Disney World has approved very few ticket brokers and tickets bought from another ticket broker could cost you a lot of money with little to show for it. Cheap Disney World tickets may also be available from your travel agent. Some ticket arrangements for your one-week vacation are listed here:
All theme parks in Disney World will have blackout dates and special pricing depending upon the season and number of patrons. We recommend consulting the Disney World Calendar for more information on these issues.