Here are some recommendations for choosing your tickets. Again, you should be able to customize your tickets for your needs.
For the base ticket you need to consider the number of days. You do not need to get a ticket the same length as your stay. If you have a 6 night/7 day trip you can get a 5 day ticket if that is what you need. You can always add days to your ticket while in Disney too. Remember each additional day is only a few dollars after 4 days.
The hopper option is an unnecessary expense for families with younger children. It is worth it ONLY if you plan on needing to hop. Adults, honeymooners, or people with older children may want to hop from park to park. Remember you don’t need a hopper if you want to go back to your resort for a nap/break and then go back to the SAME park you started the day at.
The water park fun & more option has a lot of activities included. If you want to go to a water park 1 day then it is cheaper to just buy a 1 day water park ticket. If you want to do 2 or more days at the water park or use the other options like golf then it is a good idea.
The no-expiration option is a good idea if you plan on coming back to Disney over several years. If you are going to do several big trips to Disney then its not necessary. If you plan on doing 3 days or less on each visit, especially if you are going to do 1 day at a time over several years, then this could save you a lot of money.
You can also get more information on current prices and the ticket options explained. If you are ready to purchase tickets you can order your Disney tickets here. Simply fill out the form and I will contact you with a quote as well as shipping/pick up options.