Adults can now pay kids’ prices on tickets to Disney World and Universal Studios

Thousands of Brits head to Orlando, Florida, every year to immerse themselves in the magical theme parks at Disney World.

But, one of the most painful parts of shelling out for the long haul flight is having to pay for park tickets on tops of the already expensive flights and hotels.

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Luckily, those hoping to book for next summer may be able to bag a cheaper deal thanks to the latest sale on

The ticket sales website has launched an “adults at kids prices summer sale” which means the grown ups can enter parks for the same lower price as the children.

Tickets must be booked from June 5 2022, but cover flight for anytime in 2022 and 2023.

There are a number of packages available at the discounted price.

A Disney and Universal combo ticket gives the holder access to all the Disney parks – Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park and the Disney Water Parks for up to 14 days.

Plus, unlimited park-to-park admission to all three Universal Orlando theme parks – Universal Studios Florida, Universal's Islands of Adventure, Universal’s Volcano Bay* for up to 14 consecutive days.

And, access to select live entertainment venues of Universal CityWalk for the duration of the ticket.

You can visit more than one park on the same day and there’s free Covid cancellation protection.

The ticket costs £745 per person for both children and adults and you only need to put down a £25 deposit per person at the point of booking – you can book here.

Also available is the Universal Orlando three park explorer ticket for £292 per adult ticket – the same price as the children’s ticket.

This gives you admission to Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure and Universal's Volcano Bay water theme park for up to 14 consecutive days from first use.

It’s the perfect ticket for those who love Harry Potter as its home to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter – both Hogsmede and Dragon Alley.

You’ll also get access to some entertainment at Universal CityWalk.

Those who want the ultimate Orlando experience can get the Orlando Freedom Ticket for £889 which gives access to all Disney parks, the three Universal Orlando theme parks and SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay.

Other tickets available include:

  • Orlando Six Park FlexiTicket – £434
  • Universal Orlando Two Park Explorer Ticket – £292

Flights and accommodation are not included in the price of the tickets so you would need to organise these separately.

Stays at Disney hotels usually include access to all Disney Orlando parks – but double check before booking.


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