At the gate, the per-person, per-day price for Magic Kingdom guests is $99 for adults (ages 10 and older) and $93 for children (ages 3–9). At Disney's other three parks, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom, the per-person, per-day price is $94 for adults (ages 10 and older) and $88 for children (ages 3–9). You can buy tickets at the Ticket and Transportation Center (TTC) in the Magic Kingdom, from booths at other park entrances, in all on-site resorts if you're a guest, at the Disney store in the airport, and at various other sites around Orlando. You can also buy them in advance online—the best way to save time and money.

If you opt for a multiday ticket, you'll be issued a nontransferable pass that uses your fingerprint for ID. Hold your pass up to the reader, just like people with single-day tickets, and also slip your finger into the V-shaped reader. A new option, the MagicBand wristband, serves as park ticket, attraction FastPass+ ticket, and even hotel room key.

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