NEWS: Disney Announces New Summer “One World Ticket” for Walt Disney World

This weekend is the unofficial start of Summer and as the heat turns up there is so much to experience at Disney World. Disney has announced an awesome new summer ticket option that gives a great discount and a way for families to visit all four parks, along with Disney’s two fantastic water parks. Catch all the details below!


Here are all the details from Disney Cast Member Jeremy Schoolfield:

The season of summer fun is nearly upon us and now, more than ever, Walt Disney World Resort is the place to make lifelong memories with your family and friends. For the first time, you can purchase the new Summer One World Ticket as a great way to experience all that’s fresh and exciting at the resort’s four theme parks and two water parks, with six admissions for only $74 per admission (plus tax) – a total price of $444 (plus tax).*

Starting June 4, you will be able to purchase the Summer One World Ticket at Disneyworld.com, through the Disney Reservation Center or authorized travel professionals and ticket sellers. For a total price of $444 (plus tax), this ticket includes one admission to each of the Walt Disney World theme parks and water parks. Ticket details:

  • Summer One World Tickets must be purchased between Jun 4, 2019, and Aug. 23, 2019.
  • Each Summer One World Ticket includes six admissions – one admission to each of the four Walt Disney World theme parks and each of the two water parks.
  • You have flexibility in how you use these tickets, including visiting more than one park per day.
  • Tickets must be used June 4, 2019 – Aug. 28, 2019.

Pairing the Summer One World Ticket with a Disney resort hotel stay helps you remain immersed in magic for every moment of a Walt Disney World vacation. You can save up to 25 percent on rooms at select Disney resort hotels for stays most nights May 28, 2019, through Aug. 28, 2019, when you book through Aug. 28, 2019.** More information on the room offer is available at Disneyworld.com/save.

Summer 2019 will be an amazing time to visit Walt Disney World, with new experiences at all four theme parks:

  • Anything can happen during Mickey & Minnie’s Surprise Celebration at Magic Kingdom Park, including the new “Move It! Shake It! MousekeDance It! Street Party,” featuring those true originals, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.
  • Party with Pixar pals at Disney’s Hollywood Studios during the park’s 30th anniversary year, featuring The Incredibles, Mike and Sulley from Disney•Pixar’s “Monsters, Inc.;” Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the gang at the new Toy Story Land; and the new Lightning McQueen’s Racing Academy that takes you into the world of Cars.
  • Pandora – The World of Avatar comes to life each night at Disney’s Animal Kingdom with bioluminescent fauna and flora. And now evenings in the park are about to be even more special with the May 24 planned debut of “Rivers of Light: We Are One,” introducing additional stunning imagery and familiar animal characters to the popular nighttime show on Discovery River. Also beginning May 24, the Tree of Life will awaken in a whole new way to honor the 25th anniversary of “The Lion King,” with beautiful projections on the iconic tree featuring music and animation paying tribute to the classic film.
  • “Guardians of the Galaxy – Awesome Mix Live!” will return to Epcot this summer. Star-Lord and Gamora from the Guardians of the Galaxy films will take you on a musical journey through the cosmos, showcasing hits from Star-Lord’s Awesome Mix tapes. Live shows will take place daily from June 14 through Aug. 18.

*Ticket valid 6/4/19 – 8/28/19 for one admission to Magic Kingdom® Park, one admission to Epcot®, one admission to Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park, one admission to Disney’s Hollywood Studios®, one admission to Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, and one admission to Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park. Each park may be visited only once. Tickets are nonrefundable, nontransferable and exclude activities/events separately priced. Admission is subject to capacity closures and other restrictions. Water parks are subject to rehabilitation, seasonal and weather closures. After the expiration date, the price paid for a wholly unused ticket can be applied to the purchase of a new ticket with an equal or higher price. 

**The number of rooms allocated for this offer is limited. Length-of-stay requirements may apply. Savings based on the non-discounted price of the same room. Additional per-adult charges may apply if there are more than two adults per room at Disney Value, Moderate, Deluxe and Studios at Disney Deluxe Villa Resorts. Cannot be combined with any other discount or promotion. Advance reservations required. Offer excludes the following room types: 3-bedroom villas, campsites, Cabins at Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge and Bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows.

Note that while you may “visit more than one park per day,” you only get one admission to each park. The best way to use this is a six-day vacation where you visit each park once. However, it’s great that you have the option to visit more than one park per day if you don’t have the full six days to use the ticket. As you plan out your time, be aware that “each park may be visited only once.”

RELATED ARTICLE: 10 Things to Know Before You Visit Walt Disney World in the Summer

by Arielle Tuan

There are a lot of basic things that guests can expect when visiting Disney World in the summer. Mainly, the heat and the crowds. Temperatures can climb into the 90’s (with a heat index into the 100’s), and crowd levels can build steadily throughout the day. When you take into account that kids are on break from school, it goes without saying that June, July, and August are some of the busiest months of the year in Orlando. However, if you do your research and planning beforehand, and come with the right attitude, visiting Disney World during the summer can be more than worth it!


10 – Longer Park Hours

One of the best things about visiting Disney World in the summer is getting extended park time. To accommodate hordes of guests, all of the Disney parks will open around 9 a.m., and will often stay open past 9 p.m. Each park will offer Extra Magic Hours on select mornings and evenings, which you can take advantage of if you’re staying on-property. This gives you even more time in the parks, with opening times around 8 a.m. for morning EMH, and closing times around 11 p.m. or later for evening EMH. When the sun goes down, you can usually expect cooler temperatures and lower crowds. Definitely, plan on rising early or staying late to get the most out of your park days during the summer.

9 – Book Hotel and Dining Reservations Early

Before arriving at Disney during the summer, make sure you’ve booked your hotel and dining reservations in advance. You may be able to get some good FastPass+ selections on the fly, but getting a good rate on a hotel room, or a table at a popular Disney dining establishment, is near impossible during the busy summer season. Disney will sometimes offer summer deals on hotel rooms and ticket packages, so make sure to take advantage of those. Next, start making dining reservations as soon as you’re able- there is a slim chance you’ll be able to walk up to a restaurant and get a same-day table. Preparation is key for a summer in Disney!

8 – Prepare for the Heat

 This one is obvious, but a lot of guests visiting from out of state usually don’t realize just how hot Florida can get. On some days, it can feel like you’re walking on the surface of the sun. Heat can not only bring out bad tempers in both adults and children, but it can also be dangerous- you want to avoid getting heat stroke on your vacation! Make sure to constantly stay hydrated (you can ask for free ice water at select Starbucks and counter-service restaurants in Disney if you forget to bring a refillable water bottle). Wear sunscreen and light clothes, and bring sunglasses and hats. Take advantage of shady areas, and visit indoor shops and attractions as often as possible. Don’t underestimate just how hot it can get during the summer in Orlando.

Pro-Tip: Keep in mind that glass bottles and containers are not allowed in the Disney parks. If you bring a refillable water bottle, make sure it’s plastic or made out of another sturdy material.

7 – Brave the Rain

In the summer, torrential rainstorms are to be expected as much as the heat. Usually, it will storm pretty bad for a few hours in the middle of the day, every day- but don’t let that stop your fun! Of course, take shelter if it gets really bad, but if it’s just rain, then put on a poncho and continue to enjoy the parks! A lot of guests will clear out during bad weather, making the lines shorter and the parks more bearable. There are a lot of indoor activities all over Disney property, which you can partake in during rainy days. Make sure you come equipped with a good weather app loaded on your smartphone and check the forecast before your trip. This way, you won’t let the rain put a damper on your summer vacation!

Pro-Tip: Carry an umbrella and flip-flops with you, if you can- no one likes walking around in wet sneakers! Also, bring a jacket- indoor areas at Disney will have the A/C cranked WAY up during the summer, which can freeze you to the bone if you’re soaking wet. A jacket may be the last thing on your mind during the summer, but it’s a lifesaver!

6 – Take Breaks at the Hotel

During the summer, the hottest time is usually smacked in the middle of the day, from 12 p.m. to around 3 or 4 p.m. Use this time to take a break at your resort hotel. Go swimming, take a nap, or play in the arcade. This is a favorite practice of mine no matter what time of year it is, but a nice refreshing swim or nap (before returning to the parks in the evening) can make all the difference. If you are staying off-property and can’t get to your hotel easily, then find a nice shady area in the park (preferably with benches) or a restaurant, and just chill out for an hour or two. It’s important to recharge your batteries, and not to overdo it. It’s tempting to want to power through the day, but listen to your body if it’s telling you to take a break.


5 – Visit the Water Parks

Summer is a great time of year to visit both Disney water parks- Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. The water will feel refreshing, and the slides provide amazing thrills. During the winter season, it’s not uncommon for one of the water parks to close for refurbishment. However, both are sure to be open during the summer! Even if it rains during a water park day, you can usually take shelter and wait for the storm to pass, before the slides reopen. You can add a water park option when purchasing tickets, and I have to say, I’ve never been disappointed after experiencing Typhoon Lagoon on a hot day. I highly recommend visiting at least one of the water parks!

4 – Prepare for Tour Groups 

Along with heavier crowds, there is an influx of South American tour groups visiting Disney World during the summer. July is their winter break, so be prepared for groups made up largely of younger guests. They’re here to enjoy the parks same as you, so just go in with an open mindset and expect that the lines and park pathways may be more filled up than usual. If you search online, you’ll see a lot of discussion topics expressing frustration toward these tour groups in Disney. However, patience is key; if you see a large tour group in Fantasyland, maybe try to avoid that area and come back later. It’s easy to get agitated, but as long as you have a good plan and touring strategy in place, you’ll be alright!

Inside Spaceship Earth

3 – Get FastPasses for Long, Indoor Attractions

 Stepping into an air-conditioned attraction while visiting Disney during the summer is one of the best feelings ever. That blast of cool air, and the promise of a long slow-moving vehicle or boat ride is probably just what your body needs. My favorite attractions to go on to escape the heat (and to relax) are as follows:

  • Magic Kingdom- Mickey’s Philharmagic, Carousel of Progress, Pirates of the Caribbean, the Haunted Mansion, and “it’s a small world.”
  • Epcot- Soarin’ Around the World, Living With the Land, Spaceship Earth, and Frozen Ever After.
  • Hollywood Studios- Star Tours, Voyage of the Little Mermaid, A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration, and Toy Story Mania.
  • Animal Kingdom- It’s Tough to be a Bug, Na’vi River Journey, Avatar: Flight of Passage, and Festival of the Lion King.

2 – Special Events at Epcot 

Typically during the summer, Epcot celebrates with their annual Sounds Like Summer Concert Series, where guests can rock along with lively tribute bands. These take place in the America Gardens Theater and are included with park admission to Epcot. In the past, bands have included Hotel California- A Salute to the Eagles and DSB- A Tribute to Journey (among many others).

Also, Guardians of the Galaxy- Awesome Mix Live! Is set to return to Epcot in 2019, and will take place June 14ththrough August 18th. During the show, Star-Lord and Gamora from the film Guardians of the Galaxy perform songs for the crowd from Star-Lord’s Awesome Mixtapes. If you’re in Epcot and are looking for something to enjoy while giving your feet a break, these concerts are must-sees!

1 – Experience 4thof July at Disney

If you visit Disney during the summer, chances are you may be there for the 4thof July. All Disney firework shows are spectacular, but Disney’s Independence Day fireworks are out of this world! Special 4thof July firework shows take place at Epcot and Magic Kingdom, so expect those parks to be especially busy on Independence Day (and get a spot for the fireworks super early). Luckily, Magic Kingdom also shows their 4thof July fireworks on July 3rd, so you have two chances to watch the show! I’d also recommend watching the Magic Kingdom fireworks from the Polynesian Resort beach if you can; with perimeter fireworks, you’ll be able to get a good view from there. And if you can’t be at the parks during 4thof July (or don’t want to battle the crowds), then just grab a computer- Disney usually live-streams their Independence Day celebrations. I love watching them from the comfort of my bedroom and laptop screen!

For a no obligation, FREE Quote on a Disney vacation package, please contact our travel partner Magical Vacation Planner at 407-442-0227 (407-442-0215 for Spanish). You can also request a FREE quote online by Clicking HERE.


Chad & Cindy Nykamp

After years of multiple Walt Disney World vacations, Cindy and Chad's dream of living in Orlando came true in 2010. After friends and family made them their go-to-people for Walt Disney World advice, Cindy and Chad launched DisneyLists.com in August 2015 to share their knowledge and love of Disney. Chad and Cindy have been Disney World Annual Passholders for years, DVC members, together have raced more than 70 runDisney races, and particularly love cruising on the Disney Cruise Line. Chad and Cindy also regularly represent DisneyLists.com at Walt Disney World media events. While attending these events, they get an insiders view of all the new things that have come to Walt Disney World. These experiences have helped them gain knowledge and expertise they happily pass on to their followers. They still can't believe how lucky they are to have such an amazing opportunity and will continue to share Disney with anyone who will listen!
Back to top button