Buying Orlando FlexTickets

By James | Last updated May 10, 2024

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In the same way that Walt Disney World sell multi-park tickets, some years ago a group of the other major theme park players in Central Florida got together to offer a multi-park “length of stay” ticket as part of the Orlando FlexTicket scheme.

With the closure of Wet n’ Wild, sales of the original Orlando FlexTicket stopped and did not restart when Volcano Bay opened.

However a number of authorised ticket agents in both in the United States of America and in the United Kingdom are selling combination tickets to the many different theme parks including Walt Disney World (which the original FlexTicket did not include).

The main advantage of buying these combination tickets is that there is generally a cost saving compared to buying tickets at the gate from each theme park separately. Also for UK guests, you can purchase your tickets in Sterling.

Many of the authorised agents sell special tickets with free days and/or other free gifts included which you cannot buy directly from the theme parks.

In the UK there are a number of agents including:


If you plan on visiting a number of Central Florida’s theme parks then it pays to consider all the options and compare prices.

If you are just visiting Walt Disney World or Universal Studios then they offer their own multi-day tickets, likewise SeaWorld offer combination tickets with Aquatica and Busch Gardens.

Then there is also the Go Card (Smart Destinations) which includes LEGOLAND Florida and the Kennedy Space Center in their standard Go Orlando Card and options to mix and match a number of tickets in their Go Select Orlando Pass.

Original Orlando FlexTicket

The parks in the original scheme were SeaWorld, Aquatica, Universal Studios Orlando, Universal Islands of Adventure, Wet ‘n Wild (now closed) and Busch Gardens in Tampa Bay.

The original ticket was available in both the United States of America and in the United Kingdom and ran for 14 consecutive days.

You could visit all six parks (or five excluding Busch Gardens) as many times as you wanted and only paid for parking once each day you used your ticket.

Depending upon the number of days you wished to spend in this group of theme parks, you might have found it cheaper to buy an Orlando FlexTicket rather than individual theme park tickets for each theme park.

For example, buying a 5 park Orlando FlexTicket could have saved you at least $50 compared to buying single day tickets to each of the 5 theme parks. However, the Orlando FlexTicket would allow you to revisit each of the 5 theme parks any number of times within a 14 day period and this is where you could make even more savings.