2020 Tickets for Walt Disney World Resort in Florida Now Back on Sale

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Good news for customers wanting to visit Walt Disney World Resort in Florida in 2020!

After a short period of time off-sale, Walt Disney World tickets are now back for 2020 visits. 

Disney have launched a brand new type of flexible date 'base' tickets for guests wishing to travel in 2020 who do not already have their tickets. These tickets are available as 1-day, 4-day or 7-day tickets, with the flexibility to use them at any time within 14 days of first use.   

These new ticket types allow guests to visit 1 of Disney’s 4 Theme Parks per day, up to the number of days included in their ticket. 

To enter the Disney Theme Parks, guests will need a valid admission ticket plus a Disney theme park reservation booked separately through the Disney Park Pass Reservation System. These reservations can be booked within 48 hours of making your ticket purchase when you book with AttractionTickets.com, as we will send your ticket numbers to you within 48 hours of purchase by email. Your gate-ready tickets will arrive in the post within 72 hours. 

We understand that you may still feel uncertain about booking a holiday for 2020, or about adding these tickets to an existing booking. For this reason, we are offering a free upgrade to our Flex-Plus ticket protection. Flex-Plus ticket protection is available for an additional £10pp and means that in the event you need to cancel your tickets, you will not be charged any cancellation fees. You will also be protected against loss, damage or theft of your tickets in the unlikely event this happens. 

To find out more about these new tickets, click here.

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