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Visiting Walt Disney World can get expensive once you start adding up ticket prices, lodging, food and entertainment. One way to save is to make sure you buy the cheapest tickets available. Fortunately, there are special discounts and offers to be found. If you didn't buy your ticket in advance and you're already in Florida, look for special discount vouchers at your hotel, local supermarkets or shops. Although offers vary throughout the year, chances are someone in the area will be offering a discount you might be able to use.
1. Check the special offers sections of the Disney World website first. This is where you'll find special discounts for members of the military or holders of Disney's Premier Visa Card. Because offers change throughout the year, you might also find other types of offers or special discounts for certain days or weeks.
2. Buy a multiple-day pass if there's any chance you'll be returning. Buying several single tickets is significantly more expensive. At time of publication, a single ticket price was $89 for adults and $83 for children. For a four-day ticket, however, the cost per day was just $64 for adults and $59.75 for children.
3. Buy your ticket in advance if you can. Many of the discounts, such as AAA discounts or credit card discounts, are only available if you buy your ticket online or through an approved office. For example, AAA discount offers are available through your local AAA representative office. Military discounts are only available through your own base or through Shades of Green, a Walt Disney World resort exclusively for military personnel.
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