New 4-Park Magic Ticket offers special pricing to visit Walt Disney World including NBA Experience and water parks

Nov 19, 2019 in "Ticket - Magic Your Way Ticket"

Posted: Tuesday November 19, 2019 10:54am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Walt Disney World has today released a new version of the 4-Park Magic Ticket that offers reduced pricing to experience all four Walt Disney World theme parks.

This latest version of the 4-Park Magic Ticket debuting today can be upgraded for $40 to include one admission to either Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon or Disney’s Blizzard Beach water parks, plus one admission to the new NBA Experience at Disney Springs.

Here are details about this special offer:

  • 4-Park Magic Ticket is a four-day ticket that includes one admission to each of the four Walt Disney World theme parks (one park per day).Guests must select a start date on or before Sept. 30, 2020, and the ticket expires seven days after the selected start date.
  • Adult (ages 10+): from $89 per day, plus tax (from $356 total, plus tax); prices vary based on start date selected; lower prices may apply on certain dates
  • Add one admission to one water park and one admission to NBA Experience for an extra $40, plus tax (ages 10+)
  • Child (ages 3-9) prices available

To see pricing for specific dates and to buy tickets, visit

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LilofanNov 25, 2019

True and some inner city kids who probably would never visit WDW, instead have experienced WDW when playing in basketball and football events in the high school and college level at WWS.

PurduevianNov 25, 2019

Wide World of Sports was successful enough that Cedar Point is copying the model in an attempt to draw more guests to the area.

HeppenheimerNov 25, 2019

I'm pretty certain they built Wide World of Sports with the intention that it would serve as a venue for competitions, and the attendees would spill over and spend money throughout the rest of the resort. I don't think Disney intended it to be much of a draw in and of itself for most other guests. The fact that it's expanding probably means that it has fulfilled that goal very well.

RteetzNov 25, 2019

What in the world?

TouchdownNov 25, 2019

and there we are, this thread is now about to go off on a horrible tangent

peter11435Nov 25, 2019

Exactly this! If the complex was not a success then why have they expanded it three time in its history adding new venues?

Horizons1Nov 25, 2019

...whoa, what?

LilofanNov 25, 2019

What are the right environments? Most of the NBA and NFL players are black. It's noticeable that is not one sees in the seats cheering them on...

RteetzNov 25, 2019

Well that’s not true. Sports does draw in the right environments. If people didnt care about sports then sports wouldn’t outdraw practically all television ratings. WWoS does extremely well for what it’s intended to do. They just built a brand new venue there over the past couple years. It also brings thousands to wdw each year for events.

Victor KellyNov 25, 2019

And both are not cared about by visitors. It is a space calmoring for attention in a saturated market where people could care less about sports. Sports does not draw. WWoS is a prime example. It does not see much use, which is why they try to bait people to go there.

xdan0920Nov 25, 2019

One thing they have in common though... Public apathy.

RteetzNov 25, 2019

NBA City at Universal was dining driven. NBA Experience is entertainment activity driven. Two different things.

Victor KellyNov 24, 2019

Wasnt popular at Uni, not going to popular at DS. Another boondoggle that the parks profits have to hold up.

HauntedPirateNov 22, 2019

And ESPN is picking up the bill? ;)