Visiting Disney Land is a dream for most children. Spending a couple of days or maybe just a day in Disney Land theme park might be an ideal vacation for you and your 3-year-old. It will give your 3-year-old a fun-filled and exciting experiencing spending time with their favorite Disney characters. They will get to meet Goofy, Mickey, Donald Duck, and all the beautiful Disney princesses. Your child’s dream world will come alive and all their favorite cartoon characters will greet your 3 year old with love, joy, and happiness. A trip to Disney Land is something that they will cherish for the rest of their lives.
In order to give your 3-year-old the perfect Disney Land trip, there are certain things that you need to take care of. Arguably, the most important thing out of it all is taking care of the expenses.
Perhaps, you are wondering if your child is 3 years old or younger, will you be able to get them in for free?
We have decided to list down all the nitty-gritty details about the expenses that you might need to know. A kid under the age of 3 can get into Disney Land for free. That includes all the four theme parks and the two water parks. However, children from age 3 to 9 need to pay a kid’s special ticket to get into all the four theme parks and the two water parks. Children above the age of 10 will need to pay the same for the tickets as an adult.
Depending on the demand for the tickets, the prices fluctuate. Disney sets its ticket prices based on its demands. Disney Land uses its very own crowd calendar to determine the prices of the tickets. The price also varies depending on which theme parks you are going to visit.
Disney Land has also introduced a single day package where your visit to Disney land will be planned for a single day. There is a new seasonal ticket pricing in place right now, which means it is more important than ever to plan your visit to Disney Land beforehand.
Disney Land has introduced three-tier plans for the one-day theme park ticket. It can be”Value”, “Regular” and “Peak Days”.
An idea about the ticket prices at Disney Land
If you are planning on visiting Disney land on a regular day, the ticket prices for Magic Kingdom will be costing around $115 for one-day admission, whereas ticket prices for Animal Kingdom, Epcot, and Disney’s Hollywood Studio theme park will be costing around $107 for single-day admission.
If you wish to visit Disney Land on a special occasion and that day happens to be one of Disney Land’s peak days, then the cost of the entry tickets will be significantly more. For a single day visit to Magic Kingdom, the cost of tickets for adults will be around $ 124. The cost of tickets for adults for single-day admission to Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studio will be $ 119. The prices for children from the age of 3 to 9 will be a little less and children under the age of 3 will be able to enter without any ticket at all.
However, if your visit is on a value day, the prices of the ticket will be much lower. It should be costing around $ 104 for single-day admission to Magic Kingdom if you are an adult and it will be costing around $99 for one-day admission to Epcot, Animal kingdom, or Disney’s Hollywood Studio Theme Park. However, if you are bringing along your children who are 3 to 9-year-olds, the ticket prices for their admission will be significantly lower. If your child is 3 or less than 3 years old, then you will be able to enter without any ticket for them.
The deal gets sweeter if you are planning a longer vacation
The cost of staying at Disney Land is much less if you are visiting for more than a single day. The longer you stay at Disney Land, the cheaper each day costs you. For a four-day vacation plan at Disney Land, each day will cost $81. If you purchase a ticket for 6 days, then each day will cost you only $59.
My Disney Experience Mobile Application
Disney has recently launched an app called My Disney Experience. This app has helped replace the old paper system at Disney Land and lets you plan and reserve every step of your trip beforehand. If you purchase your Disney Land ticket beforehand, using this app you can visit every step of your visit – theme park, dining reservations, Fastpass+, and photo pass. If you are staying outside of Disney Land, then you can plan 30 days ahead of your visit. You may also decide to stay at one of the Disney Land resorts. There are a number of Disney Land resorts that you can choose from according to your affordability. If you stay at one of the Disney Land resorts, you will be able to use their Magic Hours to explore the rides. This will allow you to avoid standing in lines for each of your rides. Staying at the Disney Land resorts also has another benefit that is you will be able to book and plan your rides and dining places 60 days prior to your visit. These are all the things you need to know beforehand if you are planning to visit Disney Land with your 3-year-old. If your child is 3 years old or younger, it is surprisingly easy to get them in for free. So have fun at Disney Land and create beautiful memories with your 3-year-old.