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Disney's newest ticket deal will get you into all 6 parks this summer

The Tower of Terror is seen at Disney’s Hollywood Studios on  May 1 during the park’s anniversary celebration in Orlando.  With Disney’s newest ticket deal, guests can visit all six of its Orlando parks. [ALLIE GOULDING  |   Times]
The Tower of Terror is seen at Disney’s Hollywood Studios on May 1 during the park’s anniversary celebration in Orlando. With Disney’s newest ticket deal, guests can visit all six of its Orlando parks. [ALLIE GOULDING | Times]
Published May 22, 2019

Want to see every Disney park this summer? The Summer One World Ticket may be your answer.

Walt Disney World announced its newest ticket package Wednesday, which will allow buyers one visit to each of Disney's four theme parks and both water parks this summer, starting on June 4.

The ticket cost will be $444 per person — an average of $74 per day.

Each park can only be visited once with this plan, though guests can spread those visits over six different days. They can also choose to visit two parks in one day.

Tickets must be used by Aug. 28, Disney says.

For comparisons sake, the cost of a one-day adult ticket this summer to each Disney theme park is around $125 (give or take $10, depending on the day) , while its two water parks — Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach — are $69 a visit.

People who take up the deal will get to experience new elements being rolled out by Disney over the summer. Among them is a revamped "Rivers of Light" and Tree of Life shows at Disney's Animal Kingdom and the return of "Guardians of the Galaxy — Awesome Mix Live" at Epcot.

To purchase the Summer One World Ticket or other packages, visit disneyworld.com.

Contact Josh Fiallo at jfiallo@tampabay.com. Follow @ByJoshFiallo.

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