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A Quick Guide to the Water Park Fun & More Ticket

Updated: June 17, 2013

Ever wonder what “Water Park Fun & More” means and if it’s the right ticket for you? Here’s a breakdown of what the Water Park Fun & More ticket includes and why this Frog thinks it’s one of the best tickets out there…

Admissions & Fun VisitsDisney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
The Water Park Fun & More ticket allows you to visit the four main parks (Magic Kingdom® Park, Epcot®, Disney’s Hollywood Studios® and Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park) for the number of days on your ticket. It also includes the same number of Fun Visits which are admissions to Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park, DisneyQuest® Indoor Interactive Theme Park, Oak Trails Golf Course and Disney’s Wide World of Sports. So with a 5 day Water Park Fun & More ticket, you’ll get five days at the four main parks and five Fun Visits.

Great Value
As the Frog Family CFO, I’m always looking for the best value so let’s do the math…
A 5 day Magic Your Way adult ticket (from Undercover Tourist) is $291.95. A single day adult Water Park ticket is $52.90. For five days at the main theme parks and one day at a water park, your total cost would be $344.85. A 5 day Water Park Fun & More adult ticket (from UCT) is $350.00. Your savings is $5.15, and you’ll have four more Fun Visits than if you purchased the 5 day Magic Your Way ticket and a single day water park ticket. Now that’s a value!*

Lots of Options
Let’s look at the 6 day Water Park Fun & More ticket. If you use the Fun Visits on separate days, you would have something different to do for 12 whole days within a 14 day period. You can also use a Fun Visit on the same day you go to a main park. You can also use more than one Fun Visit in a day. See? The possibilities go on and on.

How You Can Use It
Here are two examples of how to use a Water Park Fun & More ticket.

Example One: Go to Magic Kingdom® Park from park opening until about noon. Then head to Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park and cool off in Castaway Creek for a few hours during the hottest part of the day. Go back to your hotel room for a quick rest and change of clothes. Re-enter Magic Kingdom® Park around 6:30 p.m. for the nighttime parade and fireworks show. DisneyQuest® Indoor Interactive Theme Park(You’ll have used one day and one Fun Visit.)

Example Two: Go to Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park when the water park opens. Bring a picnic lunch and plan on staying for most of the day. Go back to your hotel room in the afternoon for a shower and a change of clothes. Then head to Downtown Disney and spend the rest of the evening at DisneyQuest® Indoor Interactive Theme Park. (You’ll have used two Fun Visits and no days.)

Remember, if you want to visit more than one main park in a day, you’ll need a Park Hopper + Water Park Fun & More ticket.

Happy Planning,
Mommy Frog

*Prices are as of June 2013 and are subject to change.

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9 Responses to “A Quick Guide to the Water Park Fun & More Ticket”

  1. [...] is still really hot — with an average daily high of 91. It’s a perfect time to consider the Water Park Fun & More ticket, an economical way to take advantage of the theme parks as well as Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard [...]

  2. [...] Related: What’s So Fun About the Water Park Fun & More Ticket? [...]

  3. JoAnn says:

    We are leaving for The World in less than two weeks! We are a family of six, however, only five of us have the yearly pass. My oldest daughter is accompanying us this year for the whole visit, and we were trying to figure out the cheapest way to get her to enjoy the parks, water parks, and Disney Quest. We are going for 9 days so she purchased the five day park hopper and WPF&M pass from Undercover Tourist. The best deal anywhere! Thanks guys!

  4. [...] Adding the water park option to your tickets is a great idea. Not only are the water parks fun, but they also allow you to stretch out your vacation!  With Disney’s Water Park Fun & More tickets, you can add on a number of “fun visits” (a visit to the water park or a number of other destinations) to your theme park tickets. For example, a Water Park Fun & More 4 Day ticket gives you four days at the theme parks and four additional “fun visits,” which you could spend at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon. Throwing in a couple of water park days among the theme park days will really help you to stretch out the Disney magic while also giving you a chance to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the parks. It also will help you stretch your Disney dollars (check out Mommy Frog’s post that lays out the cost savings). [...]

  5. Sam says:

    Hello Mommy Frog and others,

    I am planning to buy a 5 day Water park fun and more tickets for a family of 4. I have a question regarding the water park admission. BTW, I will using the 5 full days at the theme parks, however, since the I also have th 5 fun visits, I would like to plan the visits properly.

    Ok, now the question.
    Since I have 5 fun visits, can I just visit the same water park (Say Typhoon lagoon) for 5 visits (fun visits), instead of other water parks or attractions? So, bottom line, is there any restriction to use 1 fun visit to each attraction ? Please advise. Thanks.

    • FrogBlog says:

      Hi Sam,

      Sounds like it is going to be a fun trip!

      To answer your question, yes, you could visit Typhoon Lagoon 5 times and let that count as your 5 fun visits. It’s up to you on how you want to use the 5 fun visits, so long as it’s from one of the fun visit attractions.

      Let us know how it goes!
      – Mommy Frog

  6. Sam says:

    Thank you Mommy Frog.

    I plan to utilize the ‘fun visits’ to visit water parks (typhoon lagoon).
    One more question. Does a water park fun visit equate to 1 full day admission at the water parK?

    So, if I purchase a 5 day Water Park Fun & More adult ticket, does this equate to 5 full days at theme parks + 5 full days at the water park? So, if don’t hop between the parks and utilize an entire day at the park, then will this ticket equate to total of 10 days of visits to both theme parks and water parks? Pretty much it is a 10 day ticket, with a 14 day expiry, right? Please advise.

    • FrogBlog says:

      Hi Sam,

      You are correct that the “fun visit” can = a full day admission at a water park if that is how you want to use it (vs. going to DisneyQuest, ESPN Wide World of Sports etc.). If you choose to use it the way you described, then, yes, it would amount to 10 days in the theme parks and water parks.

      Mommy Frog

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