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Why Brits get a better deal than anyone at Disney World – here's how to benefit

In fact, it turns out that Brits actually have a better deal on Disney World tickets than any other nation.

Brits can purchase Disney Ultimate Tickets, which start at £20 per day this year and will cost from £21 per day in 2019 and are exclusive to UK residents.

These are the best-value tickets that can be bought in the UK and offer big savings in comparison to buying a ticket on the gate. Click here to book.

Buying tickets on the gate can cost between $109 (£83) off peak and up to $129 (£98) per day for a peak ticket at the weekend or in the holidays.

The Ultimate Tickets are for either seven, 14 or 21 days and give unlimited access during that time at six different parks – Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park.

Disney Ultimate Ticket prices for Brits

Seven day Ultimate Ticket – from £53pp per day

Standard ticket – Adult from £365, child from £345

14 day Ultimate Ticket – from £28pp per day 

Standard ticket: Adult from £379, child from £359

21 day Ultimate Ticket – from £20pp per day 

Standard ticket: Adult from £405, child from £385

 

 

They make very good sense for holidaymakers who want to visit the park on a daily basis during their holiday in Florida.

They also give buyers FastPass+ access, which will reduce the amount of time spent waiting in queues for rides.

Ticket holders also get access to a Memory Maker – staff who are on hand to take photos of all the special moments each day in the park.

Photos can then instantly be downloaded from guests’ My Disney Experience Account.

Another way to save thousands on a Disney World holiday is via one of the park's free Disney Dine packages.

Sun Online Travel previously revealed that there's a new attraction that millennials are obsessed with at Disney World – a purple wall.

Millennials have been flocking to the wall, which is situated in the Magic Kingdom, to take photos in front of it – and it’s become a viral hit on Instagram.

But the craze has baffled theme park staff, who had no intention of the wall become a tourist hit.

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