Spring and summer are on the horizon so, it’s the perfect time to snag discount tickets to Disneyland and Walt Disney World for your upcoming trips! Last week, Sam’s Club announced its new Travel and Entertainment service, where club members can purchase deeply discounted tickets to shows and amusement parks, including your fave Disney parks.

Ticket options not only include admission to both Californa and Florida parks but also FastPasses and Magic Morning passes, too! Keep reading to see how the discounts shake out for each park.

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Walt Disney World

Sam’s Club members can save up to $70 on admission to Walt Disney World with single-park tickets starting at just $42 for 10-Day ticket packages. These tickets also Disney FastPass, saving you hours of wait time by allowing you to head to the front of the line. Single-park tickets allow entrance to one of the Disney World’s four parks, including Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom.

You can also purchase 4-Park Magic Select Tickets, which will allow guests to enter each park once, with prices starting at $87.25 per day. Florida residents can also take advantage of  Discover Disney tickets which start at $66 per day for a 3-Day package and $54 per day for a 4-Day package.

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Disneyland & California Adventure

For guests looking for single day tickets, Sam’s Club is selling 1-park tickets start at $44 for 5-Day packages. There are also options to purchase 2-5 day ticket packages that include 1-park and park-hopper options, as well as one Magic Morning Pass.

Southern California and Northern Baja residents can also buy 3-day, single park tickets starting at $53 a day. These tickets also include one Magic Morning pass.


To see all the discounts through the new Sam’s Club Travel and Entertainments services department, check out their website.

––Karly Wood



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