Let’s state the obvious — Disney World is expensive!
Thankfully, there are several ways to save money on your vacation with various discounts and deals. However, you could also save a BUNCH of money by choosing your travel dates wisely. Disney operates with a date-based ticket system, so some days are much cheaper than others. Today, we’re sharing the list of the cheapest ticket prices for the rest of 2021!
Right now, we are just sharing prices for a single day, single park tickets. So prices will vary based on add-ons and the number of days you plan to purchase tickets for.
While Disney World is pretty busy during most of the summer, things start to quiet down a bit towards the end of August. When you take a look at ticket prices for August, you can save significantly if you travel towards the end!
On the dates of August 23rd-26th and 30th-31st, a single-day, one-park ticket will only cost you $109. That’s a savings of nearly $25 a day when compared to some of the other days of the month!
When compared to other months, September is usually one of the cheapest to visit the parks. On September 1st-2nd, 7th-9th, 13th-16th, 21st-23rd, 27th, and 29th, you’ll also be able to snag that $109 price on one-park, one-day visits.
The price is only slightly higher on the 20th and the 28th, with tickets each day costing $115. If you’re coming in fall 2021, September prices will be the lowest since the 50th Anniversary begins on October 1st (and prices skyrocket from there!).
Other Cheaper Dates
While they may not be THE cheapest, there are several other dates this year where you can visit and save a significant amount — especially when compared to high-profile days like the anniversary, Thanksgiving break, Christmas break, and New Year’s.
- $120 for a single-day, single-park ticket on June 11th, August 16th, August 27th, September 3rd, September 6th, September 10th, and September 30th
- $126 for a single-day, single-park ticket on June 1st-2nd, June 4th-10th, June 12th-19th, July 6th-18th, July 25th-30th, August 8th-13th, August 15th, August 17th-20th, August 22nd, August 29th, September 5th, September 12th, September 17th, September 19th, September 24th, September 26th
- $129 for a single-day, single-park ticket on July 5th
To put this into perspective, the most expensive one-day tickets so far this year are $159.
So if you’re looking to save some money on your Disney World tickets, the dates listed above are the days that you should visit! Keep in mind that these prices could change and prices get cheaper based on the number of days you purchase tickets for. And if you’re planning a visit soon, stay tuned to DFB for the latest news and updates from Disney World!
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Have you ever been to Disney World during the off-season?