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To Hop or Not? When to Get Park Hoppers for Your Disney World Trip

by Leap on April 1, 2020 271 Orlando

When it comes to purchasing Walt Disney World tickets, it seems as if there are endless options. Should you stick to one park per day or get park hoppers? Do you want to add on water parks? The biggest question people have about Disney World tickets is whether they should hop or not. When we planned our first visit to the parks, we weren't sure which ones to choose. Now we do, and we're hoppy to help you!

Don’t froget, no matter which ticket you choose, we can save you some green with our discount Disney tickets.

By the way, here are more details about the major Disney ticket types, including the Disney Theme Park Base Ticket (formerly known as Magic Your Way), the Disney Theme Park Ticket with Park Hopper and the Disney Theme Park Ticket with Park Hopper Plus Option.

Disney Theme Park Ticket with Park Hopper Option - Cinderella Castle with Crowds - Disney Park Hopper Ticket

What the Heck is a Disney Park Hopper and What Does It Include?

Let's start with some lingo. The Disney park hopper is the nickname for the Disney Theme Park Ticket with Park Hopper Option. While the formal name of this ticket type doesn't exactly roll off the tongue, it does allow you to park hop. Specifically with this ticket type, you can visit one or more of the following parks each day for the length of your ticket:

So with the Disney Theme Park Ticket with Park Hopper Option, you could visit all four parks in one day if you wanted. (Heck, you could visit all four parks every day of your trip with it, but your frog legs would probably be pretty tired!) Visiting two parks in one day is the more popular option.

Is the Disney Park Hopper Right for Me?

The park hopper offers more flexibility than the base ticket. You're not locked in to any one park per day, so it allows for more spontaneity. We're going to walk through all the scenarios that we think make the park hopper a good choice, but we also want to assure you that even if you buy a base ticket, you can always upgrade ... even when you get to the parks!

Disney Theme Park Ticket with Park Hopper Option - Disney Park Hopper Ticket - Splash MountainThe Disney Park Hopper is a good choice if …

  • You're party includes adults or teenagers: Grownups and older kids can move through the parks much faster than families with young kids. Plus we all know teenagers can change their minds about where they want to go and what they want to do.

If you have younger tadpoles, visiting one park per day may be plenty!

  • You have visited Disney before: There is so much to explore in each park. If you've never visited, you're more likely to need more time to see and do everything. If you’re a repeat visitor, you're more likely to pick and choose which rides and shows you want to see in each park, so you'll be ready to move onto the next park more quickly.
  • You want the option to see a different nighttime spectacular or fireworks show every night: If you have the Disney Theme Park Ticket with Park Hopper Option, you can end your day watching whichever show you want, regardless of whatever park you visited earlier. For instance, you could spend your day at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, then hop over to Disney's Hollywood Studios to see Fantasmic! that night.
  • You are visiting when it's not super crowded: When the crowds are lower, you can move through the parks much faster, riding more and waiting less. Keep in mind, too, that the more people there are visiting, the more time it will take to get between the parks.
  • You don’t want to commit to which park you want to visit: As mentioned above, the park hopper provides the most flexibility for the more spontaneous among us :)

If you don't hop, you really do have to pick your park and stick with it.

  • You want maximum flexibility for ADRs and FastPass+ reservations: The most popular restaurants and attractions need to be booked as early as possible (up to 180+ for Advance Dining Reservations and up to 60 days for FastPass+ reservations), which means you are often committing to a specific park on a specific day months in advance of your trip. Park hoppers give you the flexibility to keep existing reservations, even if you decide to spend most of your day somewhere else.

We know there are a lot of decisions to make as you plan your Disney World trip, and the decision to hop or not is one of them. We hope this overview of when to purchase park hoppers has been hopful as you plan your trip. We frogs always hop through the parks, but we know that doesn't make sense for all families (especially those who aren't frogs). No matter which you choose, we've got a discount Disney ticket that's right for you! We've also got a ton of other resources in our Orlando planning guide. Short on time? Download our Disney World Quick-Start Guide.

Related: Guide to the Disney Theme Park Base Ticket (formerly known as Magic Your Way),

Related: Guide to the Disney Theme Park Ticket with Park Hopper

Related: Guide to the Disney Theme Park Ticket with Park Hopper Plus Option

Keep Hopping!

Keep hopping, Leap!
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Feb 9, 2015 at 5:49 a.m. Christina Says...

We are planning a trip for spring break. While I know it's going to be a busy time, can you give us some helpful tips as this will be our first time there. Family of 4 (14yr old and 7 yr old). I looked at your tickets to purchase for 4 days and my question is, does it include park hopper passes as well. Also is it better to purchase the dining plan with meals on the go since reserved sitting will be booked probably. Third, is the meals on the go the same as a sit down buffet type. Thanks for your help.

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Feb 9, 2015 at 8:26 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi,

We do have Park Hoppers. If you scroll down on our Disney World tickets page, these are the tickets listed under Park Hoppers. You can only get a dining plan if you purchase a package through Disney. I would suggest you do the math to see if it might make sense for your family, but yes, during spring break, it will be tougher to get table service reservations, although it can be done. The quick-service restaurants are where you order and then take your food to a table to eat. There is no one serving you. These are not buffets. Hope this helps!

We have some additional tips here for handling spring break crowds.

Keep hopping!

Mommy Frog

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Feb 8, 2015 at 2 a.m. Sharon Says...

I am bringing my grandchildren in June 2015 to Magic Kingdom . They are all under the age of 9.If they get tired in the middle of the day can we leave and come back that evening for the parade and fireworks

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Feb 9, 2015 at 8:31 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Sharon,

Yes, you can, and that is a great idea for younger kids.

Keep hopping!

Leap

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Feb 5, 2015 at 10:32 p.m. Ben Says...

Hi,

We are looking to visit WDW in May. It is two adults and two children (3 & 6).

We would like to purchase a five day ticket (for the price of four), and visit Magic Kingdon, Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios. We are not fussed about doing multiple parks on the same day.

Would the Magic Your Way ticket allow us to visit each of the parks on separate days?

Thanks

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Feb 9, 2015 at 2:17 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Ben,

Yes, Magic Your Way would be the way to go.

Keep hopping!

Leap

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Jan 31, 2015 at 11:09 p.m. Donna Says...

I have 2days left on a park hopper that never expires. Can I change it for 2 one day hoppers at Disney world magic kingdom customer service

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Feb 2, 2015 at 7:23 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Donna,

No, I am afraid not. You could use it upgrade to another single ticket option, such as an annual pass.

Keep hopping!

Leap

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Jan 31, 2015 at 2:09 p.m. Angela Says...

Hi,my husband and I are bringing our 3children to Orlando in April. This is our first time ever visiting Disney.We are staying for 10 days.We would like to take in as much as possible.What tickets would you recommend us purchasing?

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Feb 2, 2015 at 8:22 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Angela,

That depends a lot on you and your preferences. You should have plenty of time to experience everything at the parks with your length of time. The only question is if you want the flexibility of jumping to more than one park in a day. Also, do you want to go to the water parks?

If the first answer is yes, then you should choose park hoppers. If you want to visit the water parks, add on the Water Park Fun & More option.

Keep Hopping!

Leap

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Jan 28, 2015 at 10:54 p.m. Rachael Sulley Says...

Are you able to upgrade a base ticket to a hopper on the day? I am looking to purchase a 5 day base ticket as I am expecting to visit one park per day but might want to hop between Hollywood Studios and Magic Kingdom on the final day of the ticket?

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Feb 2, 2015 at 7:55 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Rachael,

You could upgrade your ticket on the final day, but you would have to pay for the upgrade for all 5 days. It would be better to upgrade on the first day.

Keep hopping!

Leap

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Jan 26, 2015 at 4:04 p.m. Karen Says...

Hi, I am brand new to the Disney experience. I am traveling Oct. 30- Nov. 6 2015, with my family, (kids are 7 & 4). I need some advice as to what I tickets I should purchase. I was thinking Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom and Universal? Can you make any suggestions? Thank you!!

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Mar 18, 2015 at 6:47 p.m. Rachel Says...

Universal is its own ticket nothing to do with the Disneyworld park. And with that age of kids I dont think they will enjoy Universal as much as Disneyworld because a lot of the rides they will probably not be tall enough. If you buy a normal pass to disneyworld you only get to go into one park each day. You can do Magic kingdom one day and animal kingdom the next. All 4 of the parks are included in the purchase. If you buy a park hopper with your ticket you can change parks throughout the day and are not limited to that one park once you entered it for the day. With that young of kids I believe they will enjoy Magic Kingdom the most.

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Jan 25, 2015 at 5:21 p.m. Raquel Says...

I have a 2 year old, and all the tickets that I see are for kids ages 3 to 9... do I have to purchase a ticket for my 2 year old?? Help?

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Jan 26, 2015 at 7:12 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Raquel,

No, you don't. Children 2 and under are free in the parks.

Keep hopping!

Leap

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Jan 23, 2015 at 3:26 p.m. Kelly Says...

Hello!

We are considering a trip to WDW from Dec. 26, 2015-Jan.2, 2016. From your site, I can see this is a very busy time to go. Unfortunately, with our kids' school schedules (one in college, two not), it's difficult to find a time when we are all available. We are also bringing my sister, who has special needs (deaf, cognitively delayed and other medical issues). She walks slowly and cannot handle very hot days well which is why we are hesitant to do a summer trip (I've been there a couple times in the summer and it can be brutal). Are we crazy to try this trip the week after Christmas? Any tips for making the best of it? We are planning to rent a home about 10 minutes away and rent a car. We also hope to do a day at Universal. Thank you!

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Jan 23, 2015 at 11:25 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Kelly,

We have some very good tips for Disney World during the time you will be visiting. It will be very busy, but you can still have a great time.

Best,

Mommy Frog

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Jan 11, 2015 at 5 p.m. TimR Says...

Quick question, does a 3 day MYW pass have to be 3 consecutive days or can we take a break on day 2 and 4 of our trip and go elsewhere? ie...We are in Orlando for 6 days and might not want to go to Disney every day - or do we have to use pass for consecutive days?

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Jan 11, 2015 at 3:23 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Tim,

No, you have 14 days to use your tickets.

Best,

Leap

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Dec 17, 2014 at 12:32 p.m. Michael Says...

Do you think it will be an issue to leave the Magic Kingdom around noon the week of Christmas and being able to re enter the park around 6 or so? Or should we try to stick it out for the day?

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Dec 17, 2014 at 3:21 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Michael,

It is your call on sticking it out. I think you should be ok leaving and coming back. If the park reaches capacity, it will likely be in the late morning through afternoon. The later you go back in the evening, the better your chances of getting back in.

Best,

Leap

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Dec 14, 2014 at 2:34 a.m. vasu Says...

Hi

We are visiting disney during week of Christmas dec 21st to 26th.planning to buy 4 day park hopper+ 1 day free.kids are 6 & 2.Is it too crowded during that time and what are the best parks suited for their age

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Dec 15, 2014 at 7:17 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Vasu,

Each of the Disney World parks offer plenty for the age ranges of your kids. I think Magic Kingdom and Disney's Animal Kingdom are particularly suited to your age ranges, though. The parks will be busy, and especially so toward the end of your trip, but if you arrive ahead of opening and tour during the earliest hours and then take a break in the afternoons and come back in the evenings, you will still find plenty of touring time with lower crowds. Have fun!!

Best,

Leap

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Dec 4, 2014 at 10:23 p.m. Star Says...

Hello my family will be visiting Disney World the week of Christmas December 22-26th. My husband and I will be traveling with our 9 year old and 6 year old. We are going to do the three day one day passes. Which parks would be best for their age, and which park will have fireworks on Christmas Night. I would also like to know where can I purchase tickets for the character breakfast, I would like to do that for one day. Can you also clarify the one day tickets that you offer, do they include the fast pass or do i have to purchase them sseperately? Thank YOu

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Dec 5, 2014 at 7:33 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Star,

All of the Disney parks are suited to your children's ages, so no worries on that end! Magic Kingdom and Epcot have fireworks nightly. You will need to use Disney's dining reservation system to book character breakfasts.

Finally, our tickets are exactly the same as what you would purchase from Disney and they include FastPass+!

Best,

Leap

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Dec 3, 2014 at 2:24 p.m. YD Says...

Hi, I noticed your response to a question above was a bit unclear. My Q? is: If I buy 5 day Magic Your Way in tickets (for the price of the 4 day sale), can I visit ALL 4 theme parks each separate day, AND on my 5th day visit which ever I choose (Magic Kingdom OR Epcot)? IF not, why not? If I am visiting 1 park per day?

Thank you!

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Dec 3, 2014 at 9:46 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi,

Yes, you can visit whichever park you would like each day. So, you could visit a different park each day for the first four days of your trip and then visit a park you've already visited on the first day, or you could visit Magic Kingdom every day if you wanted. Hope this helps!

Best,

Leap

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May 28, 2015 at 3:56 p.m. Albert Says...

I think what he is asking is, with a 5 day ticket without the hopper, can he visit 2 different parks on day 1 and 1 park each day on day 2,3,and 4 of his trip

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Nov 29, 2014 at 3:37 p.m. Lisa Says...

We are a family of 4 visiting Disneyworld for the first time. I didn't understand how many choices would have to be made and how far in advance I would have to book for the Christmas period, so I am now close to going, with no tickets yet and tons of pre-trip stress. Can you advise?

We arrive in Orlando on Christmas night, so by the time we check in to our hotel, around 6 pm, I'm not sure if we will want to go to the parks or just eat dinner and fall into bed. That gives us the 26 - 29th. We have decided to concentrate on WDW and skip the other parks this time...probably 1 day each at Magic Kingdom, Epcot and maybe Hollywood Studios, and 1/2 day on the 29th at Blizzard Beach if the weather is good enough (I'm assuming it will be open?). We are staying locally and renting a car, but probably won't hop from one park to the next during the day.

How do you get the most cost effective deal for that scenario?

Can you get a 3 day Magic Your Way pass and go to Epcot twice (on 2 separate days) if we decide to miss out Hollywood Studios? How do you add the water park to that?

The kids are 11 and 15 years old.

We don't have an enormous budget for eating, so it sounds like a Character Meal is out. Is any of the Express Dining of good quality and value, or should we pack our own? If we want to stay in the park to watch evening fireworks, do you recommend anywhere in particular for dinner, and are reservations required way ahead of time?

I look forward to your reply.

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Dec 1, 2014 at 7:40 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Lisa,

Don't panic! You have still have time to pull this off. The most economical choice would be the Magic Your Way ticket for the days you want to be in the park without adding the water park.

If you want to add the water park, you have two options: either purchasing the Water Park Fun & More ticket, which would give you the same number of "fun visits" (essentially a visit to the water park, DisneyQuest, mini golf, or Disney's Oak Trail Golf Course) as your length of stay. Or you could simply purchase a 1-day ticket to Blizzard Beach. The former is the more economical choice, as you could get the 3 Day Water Park Fun & More Ticket + Extra Day Free for $357.08 (the listed price as of this writing). I know you said you didn't want Park Hoppers, but the 3 Day Park Hopper Plus Water Park Fun & More Ticket + Extra Day Free is only about $10 more. Do keep in mind that the parks will be super busy during your visit, so it will take longer to get to/from the parks and if a park reaches capacity, you will not be allowed inside until some folks leave. Also know that the water parks do close if it gets too cold.

Here are the answers to your other questions. With any of the above tickets, you could visit Epcot twice on separate days.

There are some good quick-service dining locations, but you might consider packing food in most of the time with some quick-service meals sprinkled in to save money. Here are our favorite at Magic Kingdom. For your dates, you really should look at reservations if you want table service. Epcot will have the most availability since it has a large number of restaurants.

Hope this helps. Please let us know what you decide!

Leap

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Nov 10, 2014 at 4:08 p.m. Tara Pitcher Says...

Hi,

Myself, hubby and 4 yr old to heading to Disney in jan for the 1st time but only for 3 days. We want to see as much as we can plus visit the water parks. We also want to do seaworld (maybe 3rd day)...my ques is should I get a 2 day park hopper plus water park or? Looking for the best bang for my buck!

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Nov 11, 2014 at 12:10 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Tara,

If you're planning to see as much as possible AND visit a water park, I think that ticket makes sense for you. In January, only one of the Disney water parks will be open (check the refurbishment schedule), and keep in mind that all of the Orlando water parks are subject to closure during major cold snaps.

Leap

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Nov 9, 2014 at 3:10 p.m. Cat Says...

So my question is: if I get the hopper I have to switch between parks in the day. But if I do a 3 day without the hopper can I go to a different park every day or is it only 3 days at one park in which I need the hopper?

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Nov 10, 2014 at 7:59 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Cat,

If you get the hopper, you can hop among the parks on any given day, but you don't have to. So you could go to Disney's Animal Kingdom and Epcot one day, but then decide to spend all day at Magic Kingdom. If you do not get a park hopper, you would only be able to visit one park per day, so Magic Kingdom on day 1, Epcot on day 2, etc.

Hope this helps!

Leap

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Sep 15, 2014 at 5:51 p.m. Krista Says...

Hello -- Our original plan for our four-day stay at the Dolphin hotel was Magic Kingdom Friday/Hollywood Studios Saturday/Magic Kingdom Sunday/Animal Kingdom Monday. We arrive Thursday night and leave Tuesday morning. If I purchase a 4-day Magic Your Way ticket with a fifth day free, can I visit EPCOT on one occasion in the evening, as my "fifth day" so to speak?

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Sep 16, 2014 at 8:24 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Krista,

It looks like you've got a great trip planned! Unfortunately, you would not be able to use this as your "fifth day."

Leap

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Jul 11, 2014 at 1:56 a.m. Rachael Denton Says...

I'm thinking about getting the Hopper Pass, but would I HAVE to hop between park each day, or could I spend the first two days in Magic Kingdom, then the third day in Animal Kingdom, and so on?

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Oct 1, 2015 at 1:53 p.m. holden Says...

you can do what ever you like

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Jul 14, 2014 at 4:19 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Rachael,

If you get the Park Hopper, you don't have to park hop every day, but you will be paying for it every day.

Hope this helps,

Leap

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May 18, 2014 at 10:48 a.m. christopher bihler Says...

a question or 2 about which ticket i should purchase.... first a little background. in the past i usually visited WDW 3 to 5 times a year (107 trips in all so far) so since they started annual passes that is what i have always purchased. however, i let my last annual pass expire when my last visit ended back on september 3rd 2013 knowing i would not return until late summer 2014. so now i will be visiting WDW arriving at Orlando Intl @230pm on Wed. August 20th and leaving Orlando Intl for Punta Cana @655am on Tues Sept 2nd (basically 12 1/2 days at WDW). I am not sure if i will be back again within the next year although i am thinking about perhaps coming back in early December for the XMAS events. so if i come back again within a year i know its a NO-BRAINER to purchase an Annual Pass. BUTTTTTTT.... if i DONT then what? FYI, i have NEVER been to either water park so question 1 is -- should i purchase the 10 DAY PARK HOPPER + WATER PARK FUN & MORE vs. biting the bullet for the AP? the 2nd question is -- if i decide to purchase the 10 DAY PH + WPF&M from you UndercoverTourist and save money can i upgrade that ticket to an Annual Pass while at WDW during my trip if i decide i will be back within a year?

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May 19, 2014 at 1:02 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Christopher,

The Water Park Fun & More ticket might be the way to go if you will be there for 12 days and want to spend some of those days at the water parks etc. Another option would be to purchase non-expiring tickets, and you could use them if you come back in December. You can also upgrade to the annual pass in the park.

Hope this help!

Leap

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Dec 11, 2012 at 7 a.m. Planning an Affordable Walt Disney World Vacation Says...

[...] and sometimes work around their nap schedules. For these reasons, I recommend skipping out on the park hopper option and just visiting one park a [...]

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Aug 31, 2012 at 3:36 p.m. What to Expect at Walt Disney World in September - The Frog Blog: travel tips from the family frog at Undercover Tourist Says...

[...] a good time to consider using the Park Hopper because many of the parks still have later closing hours on certain days (Magic Kingdom is open to [...]

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Aug 1, 2012 at 8:41 a.m. What to expect at Disney World in August - The Frog Blog: travel tips from the family frog at Undercover Tourist Says...

[...] It’s important to note that as the crowds start scaling back, Disney adjusts the park hours accordingly. During those later days of the month, for example, we’ll see Animal Kingdom close as early as 5 p.m. on some days, which can affect planning. Consult the crowd calendar for specific park times and extra magic hours. It might also make sense to purchase park hoppers. [...]

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Mar 16, 2017 at 3:39 p.m. Kathryn Says...

We are taking 3 kids in early to mid November. We will be there Sunday evening - Friday morning. I am planning to purchase the 3 day MYW ticket. My kids will be 3, 5, and 6 and we will be camping so I THINK I want a day of down time to do some of the free activities, swim, do laundry, etc. But if we decide we want to do a park Sunday evening and on the day we had scheduled as a free day, we can upgrade from the 3 day to a 5 day at the park? Would it just be the normal difference in the cost of the 2 tickets or is there an additional fee for upgrading from one to the other after the original purchase?

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Mar 16, 2017 at 10:48 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Kathryn,

Disney has discontinued the Magic Your Way ticket, replacing with Park Hopper with Plus. Look at this post to learn more. As for upgrading, you would pay the difference between the tickets at the gate. No additional fees.

Keep Hopping!

Leap

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Feb 25, 2016 at 4:48 a.m. Rony Says...

Hello we will be going to Disney tomorrow. I am trying to figure out which resort to go to. Over the summer we went to eurodisney in Paris. My children are 14, 12 and 8. Is it the same as in Paris? My 12 year old went to universal studios in Los Angeles as well. Which park would you recommend to go to? I also read that many of the rides are closed in Hollywood studios. Is it worth getting the park hopper? Please help ASAP. Thanks so much.

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Feb 25, 2016 at 9:43 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Rony,

I would try Universal, based on your kids ages. You could get the park-to-park ticket and experience both Universal's Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios Florida. Disney World is always a good choice too!

Keep hopping!

Leap

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Oct 24, 2015 at 12:12 a.m. Tara B Says...

Hi,

We will be spending time at Universal (at least 2 days) and Disney world from Dec 26th- January2nd. We are looking to visit Epcot and Animal Kingdom and possible one other Disney park. What days would you suggest as best for which parks? I know New Years Eve and Day are in the mix and will be generally very busy days.

Thanks,

Tara

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Oct 26, 2015 at 2:32 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Tara,

You can see specific park recommendations by day on our Crowd Calendar.

Keep hopping!

Leap

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Jan 14, 2015 at 3:07 p.m. Rebekah Says...

Morning! So, my friend and I are planning a trip to Disney in June. It's her first time and we can only go one day. So, I think the Magic Kingdom would be best. But, since we're staying at a Disney resort, I want to take advantage of the Extra Magic Hours. But we won't know what park has that until we get there. So I'm thinking we may have to get a Park Hopper depending on the schedule if we want to take advantage of those. Am I right? Also, do you know if it's at all cheaper or even possible to upgrade my tickets later in the day for a better price? For example, if we had the one day pass to Magic Kingdom, but the Magic Hours schedule had 3 extra hours at Epcot, could we spend the day at MK, and then right before MK closed, we could upgrade to a park hopper pass for the 3 extra hours at Epcot for a cheaper price since it's not a whole day thing? Hope this makes sense! Thanks so much!

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Jan 16, 2015 at 9:14 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Rebekah,

The Extra Magic Hours are already listed on our Crowd Calendar, so you can plan that way. If you are set on seeing another park, then park hoppers would make sense, but for your friend who is visiting for the first time I would recommend starting the day and ending the day at Magic Kingdom. There is no discount for upgrading later in the day.

Best,

Leap

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Jan 4, 2015 at 11:24 p.m. Grace Says...

Hello there :-)

Probably a silly question but if I buy a 4 day MYW ticket with water parks, can I visit the parks for 4 days in total AND the water parks on different 4 days? So I'd get to fill up 8 days with activities in total?

Thanks in advance!

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Jan 5, 2015 at 8:43 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Yes! Awesome, isn't it?

Leap

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Jun 4, 2015 at 7:33 p.m. brenda Says...

I thought if u got 4 day water park nd disney it was 4 days for both not 8, well at least thats how disney explain it? Is that not true? Im going 5 days nd got the water park nd more option nd was told it was only good for the 5 days i was there?

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Jun 4, 2015 at 2:40 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Brenda,

Please see the details for the 5 Day Water Park Fun & More ticket as it is expires 14 days after the date of first use:

https://www.undercovertourist.com/orlando/5-day-water-park-fun-more-ticket/

By the way, we did a post about the Fun & More ticket earlier this week that explains how the ticket works:

https://www.undercovertourist.com/blog/water-park-fun-more/

Keep hopping!

Leap

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