All the details about the new 2019 ticket packages.

By Perri Ormont Blumberg
Cinderella Castle at the Magic Kingdom
Credit: Courtesy Walt Disney World

You're going to Disney World. Hooray — and let the planning begin.

Thankfully, Walt Disney World is making some exciting updates to its Orlando theme parks ticketing in 2019, and you're going to love them. Starting on January 18th, Disney World will offer 4-Park Magic Tickets, which includes four total admissions to Disney's Magic Kingdom park, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park (visitors can visit one park per day, with only one admission per theme park).

The new Disney World ticket package comes in three options: 4-Park Magic Value Ticket, 4-Park Magic Select Ticket, and 4-Park Magic Summer Ticket, depending on what time of year you're planning your visit. The 4-Park Magic Value Ticket costs $85 per day ($340 total plus tax) for adults and $80 per day ($320 plus tax) for children and is valid for admission from January 18th, 2019 through March 1st, 2019. After you visit your first park, tickets must be used within seven days of first use or by March 1st, whichever comes first. The other two 4-Park Magic Ticket options — 4-Park Magic Select Ticket and 4-Park Magic Summer Ticket — have slightly more expensive pricing and are valid for different admission dates. You can read all ticket information, usage dates, and pricing here.

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Earlier this year, Disney World launched date-based pricing for its Florida theme parks, so depending when you visit and if you want to see all four parks, the 4-Park Magic tickets can save you money.

If you need some more convincing to plan your trip, 2019 is shaping up to be one of Disney's most amazing yet. Magic Kingdom will welcome Mickey & Minnie's Surprise Celebration featuring the "Move It! Shake It! MousekeDance It! Street Party," (January 18th - September 30th); Pixar pals will entertain guests at Disney's Hollywood studios as the park celebrates its 30th anniversary; the Disney on Broadway Concert Series will expand to seven days a week during Epcot International Festival of the Arts (January 18th - February 25th), and much, much more.

Time to brush up on your favorite Disney World classic rides, add your new must-see attractions to your list, and get ready for the magic.