Disney World is selling bargain package deals with park tickets from just £34 a day

THE happiest place on earth just got even happier, following Disney's sale launch which has park tickets from just £34 a day.

Families can enjoy the magic of Disney for less between January and October 2022.

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And there's no better time to visit the Florida theme parks, as Walt Disney World is celebrating its 50th anniversary.

As part of the celebrations, visitors are being offered the chance to bag a 14-day park ticket for the price of seven.

The offer means a family of four can get a whopping £1,876 discount on their holiday.

The 14-day ticket gives guests access to theme parks and water parks, the chance to visit multiple parks each day, and the memory maker photo package, which is worth nearly £150.

Guests will also get to use the Disney Genie Service – an app which creates a personalised itinerary for you inspired by your group's top interests.

As well as the discounted tickets, Disney is also offering free nights in its resorts.

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A two-week stay at Disney's Port Orleans Resort during the summer holidays costs £844pp which includes two free nights – a saving of £482.

The price also includes a 14-day park ticket, the memory maker and the Disney Genie Service.

The same offer is available at the Animal Kingdom lodge and costs £1,323pp – a saving of £756.

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The offer is valid on Disney World from January 1 until October 25, 2022.

To bag the deal, you must book by March 30, 2022.

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