Disney Guests were caught smuggling prohibited items inside Disney, with the TikTok challenge now trending for others.
Walt Disney World Resort is known as “The Most Magical Place on Earth,” and is home to four theme parks: Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Each Disney Park includes something fun for all ages and sizes to enjoy. Disney World also has two water parks, Typhoon Lagoon, and Blizzard Beach, as well as a shopping and dining district in Disney Springs.
Guests planning a trip to Disney World should expect to pay for tickets, hotels, merchandise– such as a pair of Mickey Ears, t-shirt to remember the trip– or maybe a popcorn bucket or sipper. Disney Park Guests can also expect to spend money on snacks like popcorn, sodas, churros, and much more while at Disney Parks.
Depending on when Guests book their trips, the cost of tickets can be different. For a 1-day standard ticket, prices start at $109.00 for adults or ages 10+. Guests can save $20.00 per ticket when they purchase a 3-day or longer ticket online on the Disney official website, as compared to the price at the ticket window.
Younger children, ages 0-3, can get into Disney Parks for free, however, prices differ between tickets for children ages 3-9 depending on how long Guests stay. A TikTok recently went viral after Guests were caught sneaking their 5-year-old child inside Disney Parks.
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While this is not acceptable for Guests heading to Disney to try and lie about the ages of their children, this little stunt can cause the prices of tickets to increase for other Guests. Also, being caught could cause Guests to be removed from Disney Parks or banned for life if they are already inside the Parks. Cast Members could also ask you to go back and pay for another ticket before letting you enter the Parks.
Have you ever seen a Disney Guest sneak in a child older than three?