If you look at the one day ticket price of around $114 for an adult base ticket, that's out of many people's price range.
However, the more days that you purchase, the lower the ticket price per day is. For two days, the price per day is $101. For three days, the price per day is $96.67. When you get to six days, the price per day is $59.17. So, you won't be paying for 6 days at $114 per day.
I understand, that's still a lot of money. But there are other ways to offset that cost.
Airfare. It's cheaper to fly on certain days of the week. If you can be flexible with your travel dates, you can save a lot of money this way.
Car rental. If you are planning on staying at a Walt Disney World Resort Hotel, you won't have to rent a car. Walt Disney World has a free bus service to and from the Orlando International Airport, called Disney's Magical Express. This service is not available for guests flying in to Sanford International Airport.
Also, there is an extensive transportation system within Walt Disney World that will take you around to all Disney theme parks, other Disney Resort Hotels, Disney water parks, and Disney Springs (formerly known as Downtown Disney).
If you still want to rent a car, you can do so at several locations in Walt Disney World. The car rental companies have shuttle services that will pick you up at your Disney Resort Hotel and take you to their location to get your car rental.
Parking. It is now $20 a day to park your car at the theme parks. If you are a guest at one of their hotels, you get FREE PARKING.
If you want to go to a non-Disney attraction, you may either take a cab or use public transportation through Lynx.
Another way to offset the cost of theme park tickets is to buy a vacation package that including hotel and park tickets.