Walt Disney World Walt Disney World: Canadian Residents Can Take 25% Off 4-Day or Longer Tickets Take 25% Off 4-Day or Longer Tickets!

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Treat yourself and your family with a vacation to the most magical place on earth with this offer from Walt Disney World, because Canadian residents can take 25% off tickets for a stay that's four days or longer! If you'd rather soak up the sun in California, be sure to take a look at this similar deal from the Disneyland Resort. However, note that tickets to the Disneyland Resort must be used by December 31, 2017, so you don't have as much date flexibility as the deal below.

Plus, you can save even more if you include Park Hopper or Water Parks & More Fun options with your base ticket! Tickets are available in four to ten day increments and we've listed the promotional price for a single adult base ticket below (all pricing in USD).

  • 4-Day - $244.00 (regularly $325.00), approximately $60.94 per day
  • 5-Day - $255.00 (regularly $340.00), approximately $51.00 per day
  • 6-Day - $267.00 (regularly $355.00), approximately $44.38 per day
  • 7-Day - $278.00 (regularly $370.00), approximately $39.65 per day
  • 8-Day - $285.00 (regularly $380.00), approximately $35.63 per day
  • 9-Day - $293.00 (regularly $390.00), approximately $32.50 per day
  • 10-Day - $300.00 (regularly $400.00), approximately $30.00 per day

Click here to purchase tickets online. Tickets are also available by phone at (407) 939-1884 or through travel agencies.

Base tickets are valid for admission to one of four Walt Disney World theme parks per day (unless upgraded with Park Hopper or Water Parks & More Fun options).

Note that tickets purchased with this offer are sold as exchange certificates, which must be redeemed at the theme park Main Entrance for admission. Guests must present a valid Canadian passport to exchange the certificate for a valid ticket at the theme park ticket window or Guest Relations prior to first use. Residents of Canada who are not Canadian citizens must bring a valid passport and valid proof of Canadian residency.

This offer is is available until May 20, 2017. The tickets themselves never expire, so you can buy tickets now for a future trip, but all tickets must be used within 14 days of first use. Thanks to cbrunett for posting this offer in our Hot Deals forum!

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    • Also should point out that the tickets don't expire. So buy the tickets today and use them 5 years later. Tickets are good until you enter a park and activate the tickets.

      Once you enter the park, the tickets expire 14 days after that.

      The two dates sometimes confuse people.
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    • That seems pretty good - usually you can get a few dollars off from sites like undercouver tourist, but this is far better I think. The tickets dont expire, so might pick up a set regardless. The only way I think this will get better in the future is if our dollar goes back to par or close..

      Still sucks its around $1300 for a family of 4 for 5 days.

      These are also will call tickets, so it looks like you need to redeem them at the front gate. We've done this before, but you probably won't be able to pre-setup your fastpass selections because they arent electronic ones. We just did something similar last year (and we stayed at disney property) but fastpass+ wouldnt link to our tickets until we converted then at the gate. We didnt have too much trouble getting selections except for newer rides like the dwarfs mine cart.
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    • Unbelievable, booked our trip in June for an Oct date. Might call and see if they can do anything won't hold my breath.

      Attendance is down? Could have fooled me. Booked 4 months in advance and princess character dining and princess makeover is completely booked (I have 3 girls). Even the Disney operators were saying that the reservations were unusually high for that time of year. Did my FastPass+ selection 30 days in advance since we're not staying on the resort and the popular rides completely filled.

      Lesson learned, when they say they take reservations 6 months in advance they really mean book 6 months in advance or you won't get what to you want. Have to hope for cancellation now.
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    • Thanks - We have up until Feb to buy. I'm going to see if the exchange rate goes down a notch. I want to go in Sept/17

      wow looking at the prices, there really isn't too much of a jump from 4-10 day passes. If anyone has gone, is 1-day a park enough time?
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    • how many free can's of "OFF" do they provide during the promo at Disney Orlando?????????
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    • A great deal. A co-worker with a family of 4 just got back from Walt Disney and he was griping about the cost of admission. Wish he was able to capitalize on this offer!
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    • tflionsfan wrote:
      Sep 18th, 2016 1:53 am
      wow looking at the prices, there really isn't too much of a jump from 4-10 day passes. If anyone has gone, is 1-day a park enough time?
      You could easily do each of the parks in a day. However, I find Magic Kingdom could be a 2-day visit to really see everything. Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom can be done easily in a single day (some people do each of these in a half day). Epcot is a single day but a lot of walking.

      You can always upgrade your ticket in the park ie if you had a 4-day ticket and arrived in the park and wanted to add a day, it is easy to do. You only pay the difference between a 4-day and a 5-day ticket.
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    • Thanks so much OP! This works so well with the flight/hotel package I ordered a few months back!

      My thoughts on the fastpass+ is you have to choose the 'international shipping' to get your actual ticket and make the reservation in advance. But I could be wrong. From what I heard, making the fastpass reservation on the same day is almost impossible as most of the interesting stuff is all booked out.
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    • The disboards.com forums are saying that fastpasses can booked in advance (ie before ticket pickup) with this offer. One person mentioned that they called disney and tickets can be linked to MyDisneyExperience using the reservation number provided when booking. Once linked to the MyDisneyExperience you can book fastpasses 30 or 60 days out depending on whether you are staying at a Disney resort.
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    • Thanks OP!!

      Booked a trip is Disneyland in Nov and this is going to save me a few hundred dollars!

      Hadn't bought the tix yet so this is super handy.

      Thanks

      Joon
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    • Does this work for Disneyland and California?
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    • cbrunett wrote:
      Sep 18th, 2016 12:46 am
      Also should point out that the tickets don't expire. So buy the tickets today and use them 5 years later. Tickets are good until you enter a park and activate the tickets.

      Once you enter the park, the tickets expire 14 days after that.

      The two dates sometimes confuse people.
      The terms and conditions state that they expire Jan. 13, 2018 or 13 days from first use.
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    • howitzer wrote:
      Sep 18th, 2016 1:50 am

      Attendance is down? Could have fooled me. Booked 4 months in advance and princess character dining and princess makeover is completely booked (I have 3 girls). Even the Disney operators were saying that the reservations were unusually high for that time of year. Did my FastPass+ selection 30 days in advance since we're not staying on the resort and the popular rides completely filled.
      Attendance down 4% at Disney parks

      Park attendance down
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    • minimalist wrote:
      Sep 18th, 2016 4:11 am
      cbrunett wrote:
      Sep 18th, 2016 12:46 am
      Also should point out that the tickets don't expire. So buy the tickets today and use them 5 years later. Tickets are good until you enter a park and activate the tickets.

      Once you enter the park, the tickets expire 14 days after that.

      The two dates sometimes confuse people.
      The terms and conditions state that they expire Jan. 13, 2018 or 13 days from first use.
      Looks like the Disneyland tickets expire Jan 13,2018. However the Walt Disney World tickets don't expire. Website for WDW says:

      "The best part? You can use these discounted tickets at any time during 2016, 2017 and beyond—they won’t expire!"
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    • Literally booked 4 days ago and just saw this. Anyone have any luck getting the discounted rate when calling with previously booked tickets?
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    • This is the best deal on tickets for Canadians since the exchange rate has gone up in the last few years - works out to about the same as the old "at par" deals. Now the question is, will they offer another good deal on packages for Canadians. Going with 8 people next summer and this saves us around $1000 but If we get these now we won't be able to take advantage of a package deal later.
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    • We went May 2016. Too bad we didn't have this deal at the time.
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    • dishguy1977 wrote:
      Sep 18th, 2016 4:30 am
      This is the best deal on tickets for Canadians since the exchange rate has gone up in the last few years - works out to about the same as the old "at par" deals. Now the question is, will they offer another good deal on packages for Canadians. Going with 8 people next summer and this saves us around $1000 but If we get these now we won't be able to take advantage of a package deal later.
      I've never seen that great of deals - they have in the past offered on par deals like this, but it's been a long time. We've gone every year for the last few years and paid almost full price. (Since theres not exactly huge discounts on tickets) Free dining might come up, but it's not exactly 'free' and has been discussed over and over in depth.

      Our last trip we booked a WDW resort through expedia, got a great rate and got ebates back for like 8% so double bonus.

      I didnt realize Disneyland tickets expire, wdw never do..... you could have a ticket from 10 years ago and it still works.
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    • If one is planning to also go to Legoland, wouldn't the Costco Southern California CityPASS deal be roughly equivalent to this one, in terms of total dollars saved (assuming a family of four)? And if one is planning to go to Legoland and Seaworld, the CityPASS is the much better deal.

      I loved SeaWorld as a kid as I thought Shamu was the bomb. Is SeaWorld still worth going to now that the killer whales are gone?
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