best deal for disney passes 6 days for 4
Replies: 14 - Last Post: May 7, 2013 10:11 PM Last Post By: sonnyk
Apr 20, 2013 9:51 PM
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Apr 21, 2013 4:28 AM
Apr 21, 2013 4:28 AM
3Yes ... as John McEnroe used to say, you cannot be serious.
The reality is there is no theme park in the world that warrants more than eight hours, and the US is no exception to this. You'll go mad with anything more than a day. I recommend you spend your time usefully elsewhere. But as mentioned above, there are specialised Disney websites that deal with all this heartbreak stuff.
Apr 21, 2013 8:53 AM
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Apr 22, 2013 8:21 AM
6thanks all .
seriously folks its for the teen and the toddler aged 5 ,,, Sarifices u know ..
on a serious note doing new york 4 days and washington 3 days fr us adults
any inputs on best museums and musicals and plays vey welcome
we are hindu veg so fine dinning wasted on us unless its Indian street food joints any takes ??
Apr 22, 2013 9:39 AM
7I guarantee you they will both be whining about going back after two days as well. I think Disney sells a maximum pass for five days, they don't even sell a six day pass. Their most popular is a three day pass because they want you to go back for more than the second day. You really should rethink this. This forum has been up for many years, And I dont recall anyone ever asking about 6 days before, but Thats only a recollection.
Apr 23, 2013 6:45 AM
8In terms of museums in New York, we most like The Met and the Natural History Museum, and he bonus is you can walk across beautiful Central Park between the two - you can see both on the one day.
In Washington there are so many museums your head can spin, but the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum will probably satisfy your kids (and you) the most.
And subtract three days fro Disneyland and add them to New York. Your kids will also appreciate it. And there are specific Disneyland websites out there, if you wish to delve deeper into this.
Apr 27, 2013 7:40 AM
9A lot of people seem to have missed that the OP is asking about Disney World in Orlando, not Disneyland in LA. Disney World is made up of 4 theme parks - Magic Kingdom (similar to the original Disneyland), EPCOT (comprising of Future World and the World Showcase), Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom. With a teenager who will probably want to hit all the rollercoasters and a 5 year old who will delight in the many rides aimed at youngsters, 2 days at the Magic Kingdom alone will keep you occupied. Similarly, EPCOT is huge, with lots of rides in Future World and just so so much to explore at the World Showcase. Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom are smaller parks and while you might not make it onto every ride or see every show, you can certainly make a big dent in them with a day at each.
People also need to keep in mind the heat and humidity in Florida and the impossibility of expecting a 5 year old to be on the go for 8 hours. It's an express pass to a toddler tantrum meltdown... not what anyone would want on a family holiday.
I can't speak to whether anyone on this forum has ever asked about a 6 day pass before but it's certainly not exceptional - I would actually go the other way and say it's probably the most common amount of time families spend at WDW - and the maximum number of days they sell is 10 days, not 5 as suggested in a previous post.
As for cheaper tickets - buying them online from Disney is cheaper than buying them at the gate, however non-Disney sites will have them cheaper again (although not a huge savings). If you live in America, residents can often get cheaper tickets from a few sources and discounts are available through companies like AAA. I'd highly recommend re-posting your query on a site such as wdwforgrownups.com - the friendly people there will gladly point you in the right direction (and also give you some fantastic tips and tricks to make the most of your trip.)
Despite Ian's "reality" and Wonnder's "guarantee", your kids are going to adore every minute of the 6 days there and I'd be surprised if you didn't come away with some wonderful memories yourself :)
May 1, 2013 8:57 AM
May 6, 2013 8:36 AM
11Dear friends ,, have received conflicting advice ,
flying virgin frm delhi tlli heathrow 20 hrs stopover ,,then virgin to JFK . travel guy says no visa required fr transit of less than 23hr period can go outside fr sleeping return in morning board and leave fr usa , however another fellow says can't move out of airport ,unless valid UK visa is there . pl HELP , otherwise with toddler gonna go berserk .
also is there heathrow airport hotel which will be ok fr sleeping over and don't need visa
UK agency phone number will be appreciated if available ,tickets all done now
pl post it in uk forum if need be
May 6, 2013 8:58 AM
12The bs place to ask that question is the UK Branch. The posters there will have information on UK visas and London hotels.
The plural of anecdote is not data.
May 7, 2013 9:38 AM
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