1-Day Magic Kingdom Park: 218$ (777 NIS) for both of us.
We always prefer to go on a weekday since the weekends and holidays get so crazy, and enjoying that way is hard. We also tend to buy the tickets on the official pages that way, you don't have to wait in lines in the morning and convert the tickets you have to Disney tickets.
Check the hours on the Disney site because they change, but you should know something about all Disney parks - They open the area of downtown Disney until the castle half an hour before written on the official site!!! So if the site says the park opens at 10 am, it's best to get there at around 9-9:15, so you could enjoy, take some photos and get in line for the opening at 9:30! Everyone gets in line so they can rope drop to their favorite rides, such as Peter Pan (which could reach up to 100 min wait), space mountain, or meet Mickey Mouse. Don't forget to take a map of the park! The map has the hours If you don't feel like running to the rides, take advantage of the empty castle and take some beautiful photos.
Fast Pass (Free of charge):
If you are staying in a Disney hotel, you can book three fast passes 60 days before your trip. If you are staying off-site, you can book fast passes 30 days before!
The most popular rides in Magic Kingdom are:
•Seven dwarfs mine train.
•The mountains: Space Mountain, Thunder Mountain, and Splash mountain.
•Pirates of the Caribbeans. All these rides have a very long wait line in the park. We got a fast pass for Seven dwarfs, Peter Pan and Space Mountain.
The most popular rides in Animal Kingdom are:
•Avatar Flight of Passage (Could be a 90-minute wait)
•Na’vi River Journey
•Kilimanjaro Safaris (Important to go in the Daytime so you can see the animals)
The most popular rides in Disney's Hollywood Studios are:
•Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run (Could be an 85-minute wait)
•Star Tours: The Adventures Continue
•Slinky Dog Dash (Could be a 90-minute wait)
•Toy Story Mania (Could be a 60-minute wait)
•The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror (Could be an 80-minute wait)
•Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith (Could be a 50-minute wait)
The most popular rides in Epcot are:
•Frozen Ever After (Could be a 90-minute wait)
•Soarin’ Around the World
When purchasing a night, it includes:
•Admission ticket to the park
•Transportation - Walt Disney World maintains a vast transportation network connecting hotels, parks, and other attractions via buses, boats, and monorails. All of these transportation options are free for Disney Resort guests.
•Extra Magic Hours - Guests staying at a Disney Resort property have access to one park each day, either before or after regular operating hours, through Extra Magic Hours. Disney World publishes a schedule showing which parks open early or late each day. You’ll need to get to the park at least 30 minutes before morning Extra Magic Hours to get the most out of it, so it’s best for early risers. Evening Extra Magic Hours can make for a late night, better for families with older kids.
•FastPass+ reservations 60 days in advance - Three of which are included with every daily park ticket let visitors ride the most popular attractions without waiting in line.
•Airport - Those who stay at hotels get excellent care to streamline the travel process. To start, they send luggage tags to you that let Disney bring your luggage straight to the hotel when you land at Orlando Airport. No need to stop at the baggage claim. Disney World also operates a free Magical Express Bus service between Orlando Airport and Disney World Resorts.
•Dinner Reservations - Walt Disney World restaurant reservations are available 180 days before your visit. In some cases (think Cinderella’s Royal Table and ‘Ohana at dinner), you need to book as far as possible to get your ideal dinner time.
•Magic Bands - Disney World Resort guests are entitled to a complimentary new Magic Band for every stay. You can even select the color and have them customized with your name. Magic Bands can be used to access the parks and FastPass lines, pay for items around the parks, and to open your Disney hotel door.
•Disney purchases Delivery - Purchases in the park could be delivered to your room.
How to plan for Disney:
Disney parks are costly, and so are the things inside them.
•Minnie Ears: Everyone loves to wear Minnie ears, even adults. Disney keeps coming out with new cool ears, but they are always around 25$ (Now it's 29.99$), which is pretty expensive. I would advise buying Minnie ears online for cheaper and bringing them to the park or the Disney store outlet. (I once found Minnie ears for 5.99$!!)
• T-Shirts: The T-shirts in Disney run between 30$-55$ - Go to a Disney store outlet before your Disney trip, and you can find t-shirts for 10$!!
• Her Universe: Great place to get a pretty but cheap princess dress https://www.heruniverse.com/