Welcome to Park Savers! We’re your best resource to purchasing Walt Disney Discount Tickets in 2020. We have a variety of tickets available for purchase at a discounted price with guaranteed savings over gate pricing. You can use the button below to begin your search for discounted tickets but we would recommend reading on for more details about purchasing our tickets and how they work.
Pricing for Walt Disney Discount Tickets
Our pricing may look similar to Disney’s at first glance if you’re comparing prices. However, the biggest thing to keep in mind is that Disney’s base pricing does not include taxes. You have to continue to the lat page to see the actual final price. With Park Savers, what you see is what you pay! Our prices already include taxes and no additional fees will be added.
Most of our tickets will save you around $30-$50 but some are discounted up to $85. Keep in mind that that we are comparing our prices to box office or gate pricing which is $20 more per ticket. Disney started charging an extra $20 per ticket if you bought from them on-site. Most companies compare their pricing this way.
How do our tickets work compared to Disney’s?
Always a solid question. The answer is: Exactly the same. Our tickets come from Disney so they work exactly the same as if you had purchased from them. The only difference is the savings! Once purchased you will receive a ticket confirmation code to enter online at Disneyworld.com. Once you have linked your tickets here you can start making FastPass+ reservations if your window is open and you can link them to any MagicBands you my have.
FastPass+ is a free service that comes with any valid Walt Disney Discount Ticket. You can schedule up to 3 a day at a single park before your arrival at the parks. For more details be sure to check out our FastPass+ Guide for Walt Disney World. FastPass+ booking windows are based on where you’re staying, not the type of tickets you’ve purchased. On Property Hotels allow 60 days advance booking and 30 days if you’re staying anywhere else. Some Good Neighbor Hotels do offer the 60 days advance booking so be sure to check with your hotel!
Guests can upgrade their tickets at anytime by logging into their Disneyworld.com account and selecting their tickets. Here you can modify and add additional days or change your dates if needed. You cannot downgrade your tickets after purchase.
How do I receive my tickets?
You will receive them two ways: Will Call or Mail. No matter what option you choose, you will still receive your ticket confirmation code via email after purchase. If you choose Will Call you will need your ticket confirmation code and a photo ID to pick up your tickets at a box office or Guest Relations. These are located at the parks entrances. If you are using MagicBands you can skip the box office and head straight into the parks assuming you have linked your tickets to your MagicBands online.
If you choose mail delivery you have 2 options. First is standard mail delivery which can take 7-10 days to receive. Our other option is a 2-day express option for faster delivery. Both options allow you to receive your actual plastic tickets in the mail which can be used for entry.
What if I need to cancel?
We follow Disney’s Terms and Conditions for tickets which is tickets are non-refundable once purchased. Hsving said that, the new date-based tickets so allow ultimate flexibility. First, you can always change your dates to later if you need to push your vacation back. The only price increase you would pay is if you choose dates that we more expensive than your original ones. At this point you would just pay the difference between the two.
Second, if you’re just not sure when you can make it, no worries! You original payment amount can always be applied to later-purchased tickets. For example, if you spent $1,500 on tickets you’ll always have a credit of $1,500 to use towards other tickets. You’ll always need to spend at least your original amount as no partial refunds are given.
Anything else I need to know?
Magic Kingdom is the most visited theme park in the world. Be sure to plan FastPass+ for this park (and all others) before your arrival. Day of reservations typically don’t go well, especially for bigger groups. If you’re looking for Disneyland Tickets in Southern California we also sell those at a discount. Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is opening on August 29th, 2019 at Hollywood Studios and it will be crazy busy. FastPass+ reservations for these will go fast so be sure to stay on top of your booking times.
Disney’s new Skyliner is also set to open in 2019 and will provide transportation from several resort hotels to Hollywood Studios and Epcot.