Q:

Is it a better value to buy a one-day Epcot ticket or a two-day pass?

A:

Quick Answer

A two-day pass offers a slight discount over a one-day Epcot ticket. As of 2015, a one-day ticket costs $97 for an adult and $91 for a child. The two-day pass costs $192 for an adult and $179 for a child, or the equivalent of $96 and $89.50 per day.

Continue Reading
Is it a better value to buy a one-day Epcot ticket or a two-day pass?
Credit: the-consortium CC-BY-SA 2.0

Full Answer

The difference between a one-day and two-day ticket to Epcot is small. Deciding between the two comes down to whether the family wants to spend more than one day at Epcot. If the family plans to visit other parks, a longer pass is a cheaper option. The per-day cost decreases as the number of days increases. A five-day ticket costs the equivalent of $63 per day, while a 10-day ticket costs the equivalent of $36.50 per day. The longer passes work at any of the parks.

Learn more about Geography

Related Questions

Explore