Ask A Disney Question-What age do kids require tickets?

Roxane H. Asks:
We will be in Orlando in June. Myself, my husband and our four kids…ages 5, 3 and twins who will be two on July 2nd. So, still age 1 when we go. We are planning to go to Magic Kingdom for one day because we don’t know when we’ll get there again. I know it will be a little challenging for us. Anyway, my questions is who do we pay admission for? Any deals on single day tickets by chance?

Hi Roxane,
Disney considers everyone age 2 and under free. Children ages 3-9 require a child’s ticket and anyone age 10 and over requires an adult ticket. If you were only going to be in 1-Park (for example, the Magic Kingdom) for 1-Day you would want to purchase a 1-Day Base Ticket for each person over age 3. This will allow you to exit and enter the Magic Kingdom as many times as you like (if you are so inclined) but it won’t allow you to go to any of the other theme parks. The price for an “adult” ticket (ages 10 and over) is $82.00 and children ages 3-9 are $74.00 (not including tax). I hope this helps!

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