Sam’s Club is Offering Discounted Tickets to Your Favorite Disney Parks

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If you have a Sam’s Club membership, the Happiest Place on Earth just become more affordable. The warehouse store is launching a travel and entertainment service that will offer solid discounts on a bunch of different ticket options.

People reports that if you’re planning a trip to Disneyland in southern California, you can get a two-day, one-park ticket from $105 per day, a tad lower than the $112.50 starting price when buying directly from the park.

Florida’s Walt Disney World is a much more expansive complex. It currently includes four theme parks, two water parks, and several different Disney-themed resorts. The discounts Sam’s Club is offering are also more numerous.

Ten-day packages at Disney World start at just $42 per day. These packages let you get into one park per day. There’s also a four-park ticket that let’s you enter each park once from $87.25.

But, as usual, the best discounts are for Florida residents. They can get Discover Disney tickets starting at $66 per day for a three-day trip or $54 per day for a four-day trip. They can be used on non-consecutive days with no blackout dates.

And the Disney World tickets come with another bonus: FastPass+, a special feature that lets you skip the line for certain attractions, shows, and character greetings. It lets you plan up to three such skips per day, designating one-hour arrival windows at each attraction before you arrive at the park. And when you use all three you can use your phone or an in-park kiosk to schedule another.

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As mentioned, you do need to be a Sam’s Club member to take advantage of these deals, but it’s easy to save more on tickets for your whole family than the cost of a $45 membership.

There are always plenty of reasons to visit Disney, but this year is an especially exciting one. Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is opening at both parks, with rides and attractions inspired by the films.