We might only be halfway through 2022, but that doesn’t mean we can’t look forward to 2023!
There is so much happening at Disney World, from new rides opening up to the 50th anniversary celebrations, so planning ahead for your next vacation is even more exciting. Luckily, Disney World just released their vacation packages and ticket prices through 2023, so let’s take a look at how next year’s prices compare to the prices in 2022.
In January of 2022, we saw Friday through Sunday prices range between $133-$145 for the most part, except for on New Year’s Day, which was at $150. Weekdays ranged between $117-$143, with 1 day being at $147.
In January of 2023, Fridays through Sundays range between $134-$149, with New Year’s Day being at $154. Weekdays range between $134-$144, with 1 day being at $154.
So, the range is starting at a higher price point in 2023 than in 2022.
In February of 2022, toward the end of the month, we saw Fridays through Sundays range from $139-$149, and weekdays be around $134 per day.
In February of 2023, prices from Friday through Sundays range from $140-$154, and weekdays range from $134-$150, with 1 day being at $154.
Those are some pretty big price increases!
As for March of 2022, Fridays through Sundays ranged from $139-$149 and weekdays ranged from $135-$144.
And, in March of 2023, Fridays through Sundays range from $149-$150, and weekdays range from $144-$149.
So, the ranges are starting higher in 2023 compared to 2022.
In April of 2022, Friday through Sunday prices ranged from $139-$149 and weekday prices ranged from $119-$147.
In April of 2023, Friday through Sunday prices range from $139-$150 and weekdays range from $139-$149.
These are pretty much the same except for the weekday starting range going up.
In May of 2022, Friday through Sunday prices ranged from $139-$149 and weekday prices ranged from $124-$139, except for Memorial Day, which was at $144.
In May of 2023, Friday through Sunday prices range from $145-$149 and weekday prices range from $139-$147, except for Memorial Day, which is at $150.
So, prices are going up for May 2023!
In June of 2022, Fridays through Sundays range from $129-$134 and weekdays range from $129-$134 as well, except for on June 27th, which is at $139.
And, in June of 2023, Fridays through Sundays will range in price from $139-$147 and weekdays will range from $134-$147.
So, there’s a slight increase in the ranges between now and June of 2023.
In July of 2022, Friday through Sunday prices range from $129-$140, while weekday prices range from $129-$139, with the exception of July 4th, which is at $140.
But, in July of 2023, Friday through Sunday prices range from $134-$149, and weekday prices range from $134-$150, with 4th of July being at $154 (the most expensive day of the month!).
So, prices will be increasing.
In August of 2022, Friday through Sunday prices range from $126-$144, and weekday prices range from $109-$139.
In August of 2023, prices pretty much stay the same. In fact, the range actually starts out lower than it does in 2022 and is just a little bit higher on a few other days. Friday through Sunday prices range from $109-$147, and weekday prices range from $109-$140.
It’s interesting to see that the price range is actually lower next year!
In September of 2022, Friday through Sunday prices range from $126-$144. Weekday prices are basically all at $109, except for 2 days that are at $126.
Then, in September of 2023, Friday through Sunday prices range from $134-$149 and weekday prices are consistently at $109, with 1 day at $129 and another day at $144.
So, it’s looking like September has remained mostly the same except for on weekends.
In October of 2022, Friday through Sunday prices range from $144-$154. Weekday prices are mostly between $139-$140, with one day at $149. Halloween is at $140 in 2022.
In October of 2023, Friday through Sunday prices are between $144-$154 again. Other weekday prices are between $140-$145, with one day at $154. Halloween in 2023 is at $143.
So, there is a slight increase in some prices in October, but not much.
In November of 2022, Friday through Sunday prices range between $149-$154 up until the week of Thanksgiving. Weekdays before and after the holiday week range between $134-$140. The week of Thanksgiving, the ticket prices are consistently at $159.
In November of 2023, Friday through Sunday prices before Thanksgiving range between $144-$150. Weekdays before and after the holiday week range from $140-$150. During the week of Thanksgiving, ticket prices are at $159 each day.
So, the days leading up to and after the holiday have increased from 2022 to 2023, but the holiday week remains the same price.
In December of 2022, Friday through Sunday prices range from $149-$159. Weekday prices are between $139-$147 up until before the week of Christmas. Then, during the week of Christmas, every day is at $159 through New Year’s Eve.
In December of 2023, we see a slight change. Fridays through Sundays range from $149-$159 still, but the weekdays leading up to the week of Christmas have increased, now being between the range of $149-$154. The week of Christmas is still at $159 through New Year’s Eve.
So, there you have it! That’s what ALL of the ticket prices look like in 2022 vs. 2023. We did see some price increases, but there were also a number of areas where the prices stayed pretty consistent. Remember, these prices are just for 1-day, 1-park-per-day tickets. Park hopping tickets, tickets with the Water Parks and Sports option, and multi-day tickets will have different pricing.
You can book your 2023 tickets right now, so you can go ahead and start planning! Just remember that you still also need a Park Pass Reservation in order to go into the parks. So, once you buy your tickets, go ahead and reserve which parks you think you’ll want to visit. It’s good not to wait until the last minute for that because parks CAN get booked up, even if you have a ticket!
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Eric L Erickson says
They’ve gotten equally “sneaky” with their room rates as well! Once upon a time, MOST of the time the Sunday rate was the same price as the weekday rate, then it became halfway between the weekend rate (Friday & Saturday nights) & the weekday rate. Now, amid SOARING room rates, they’ve done the same thing to Thursday nights — NOW, both Thursday & Sunday room rates are halfway between the weekday rate & the weekend rates! Disney is pricing the average family out of their resorts completely!
Keep raising the prices and less people will be able to afford a trip to Disney, such a shame
These price increases are ridiculous. In some cases you are paying almost $10 dollars a day more than the previous year. Paying more and getting far less seems to be Disney’s new way of treating their “consumers”. Notice I did not say guests, because we no longer are!
The way they are not doing the season pass how is Disney expect dvc people being able to use there property Your selling dvc to your customers with only half the package to use. For us to use our property we have bought it is crazy having to buy one day passes I think as a dvc owner Disney needs to wake up