Just out of curiosity I looked up the price of the 14-day WDW tickets for UK/Ireland visitors.
Holy moly it’s a bargain right now!
14 days for the price of 7: “from £499,” which is about $628. In early December it comes to $703. And that’s a Park Hopper Plus, with Memory Maker! (Those are pre-tax figures I think. But do UK visitors pay tax?)
Is this an unusually generous discount for UK? Or does Disney typically sweeten the pot like this to lure overseas visitors (who of course have much higher travel costs than most domestic guests)?
I’m not from UK, but from Norway, and I always use the ticket deals from the UK site.
It’s always the same deal. Right now it’s also extra good since it’s adults-for-kids prices, but they run these types of deals every year.
They do it because they make up for it on the hotel-prices since visitors from UK (and Europe) generally go for longer periods.
Some years ago, they even offered 21-day ticket deals, but I haven’t seen those in a while.
And no, no tax on top of that price
Yes it does say that, but let’s just say I have used that deal multiple times since 2014, and I have never been asked about my passport. I have booked them both online and on the phone, so the people taking my reservation know I’m not a UK citizen.
And obviously I haven’t checked all countries, but when you go to pay or check out, you will not be able to register your address or your payment information unless you put a country that is valid.
So fex if you put US it will not allow you to proceed. Same with France, as France has their own Disney site.
Norway doesn’t, so I never had any issue.
I’ve booked the package deals, and also just the ticket deals.
In 2022 I had a combo of the 25% room offer through the US site, and the ticket deal through the UK site. Best of both worlds. Worked like a charm!
Norway is cold and dark half of the year, and expensive. Let us have this glitch!
Yes I think they LOVE the UK visitors! (We do too!) They are staying 2+ weeks, eating most/all of their meals in restaurants and buying the merch. I think they also used to do free dining deals to entice them as well.
Undercover Tourist still sells it. Hard to compare the price, since it varies on date. But even at the cheapest price you can buy a 10-day ticket from UT, it is still SLIGHTLY higher than the UK deal. If you go during a more expensive time period, the savings from the UK deal is even higher.