The 2022 EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival is coming up SOON, so it’s time to get ready!
We have a bunch of tips and info for you, like how to budget for the festival, which booths will be there, all the booth menus, and what entertainment will be available. Even though the festival is comprised of mostly small plates of food, they can add up! So, let’s take a look at the CHEAPEST days to visit EPCOT’s Food and Wine Festival this year!
We’re going to be looking at single-day, one park per day tickets to determine which are the least expensive days to go to the parks. All of the parks cost the same price, so these prices all apply to EPCOT. But, if you get a multi-day ticket or a park hopper, just know that the pricing will look different.
The festival kicks off on July 14th, so during the second half of the month, the cheapest days to visit EPCOT cost $129 per day. These will take place from the 14th-17th, and then again from the 24th-28th.
August is the first FULL month when Food and Wine is happening. The lowest ticket prices for August come in at $109, and will be happening from August 22nd-25th, and August 29th-31st.
In September, the lowest ticket prices are also at $109. These days include September 1st, 6th-8th, 12th-15th, 19th-22nd, and 26th-28th.
Prices go back up in October — the lowest single-day ticket prices you’ll see will be at $139. This price is for October 3rd-6th, 11th-13th, 17th-20th, and 24th-27th. So basically every Monday through Thursday!
November is the final month of the festival, with it officially ending on November 19th. The lowest ticket prices this month are at $134, which happen on November 8th and 16th.
Remember, for multi-day tickets, the more days you go, the less expensive each ticket is per-day. As for park hoppers, you can add on $65 more per day to the single day tickets to find out how much it would be.
So, it looks like August and September have some of the cheapest days to visit the festival by far! This is also usually a good time to go to Disney World because crowds aren’t as high as they can be in months like June or December. Last year, we saw pretty low crowds in parts of August and September.
You can check out the menus for the 2022 Food and Wine Festival now so you can already start planning which booths you need to visit! Note that some booths don’t open until August, so you might want to consider waiting to plan your visit until then!
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