WALT Disney World in Florida is celebrating its 50th anniversary and adults can now pay a visit for (big) kids prices.

Plus, you’ll get souvenir tickets to keep.

Disney World is currently celebrating its 50th anniversary


Disney World is currently celebrating its 50th anniversaryCredit: Getty Images – Getty

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The offer comes from attractiontickets.com, and is only available for arrivals between now and October 25, 2022.

You get 14-day park tickets to all six of the Disney World parks for the same price of a 7-day one.

Plus, adult ticket prices have been slashed to the same prices as the kids ones.

So for 14 days in the parks, you’ll only pay £449 per person whatever your age.

And because of the anniversary celebrations, attractiontickets.com are offering limited edition 50th anniversary tickets to fulfil their orders – you can use these at the gate just like the normal tickets.

Each order comes with a limited edition travel wallet that you can use to store the tickets, featuring the Disney 50th anniversary logo.

The flights and accommodation are not included though, so you’ll need to book these separately.

If you’re not ready to travel this year, you can still take advantage of the kids’ price discounts for next year – although you won’t get the special anniversary tickets, or get the 14 days for the price of seven offer.

But the tickets can be secured with a £25 per person deposit, with the balance due six weeks before travel.

If you want to see other Florida attractions too, the same discounts are also available on other combos from attractiontickets.com, including:

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There are six Disney parks to explore, including recently opened Star Wars attractions


There are six Disney parks to explore, including recently opened Star Wars attractionsCredit: Getty

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