As we know, Disney World is switching on October 16th, 2018, to a date-based ticketing system for its theme parks. This means that when you purchase tickets for Disney World, each day will have its own individual price based on multiple factors, versus every ticket costing the same amount.
The new system will:
- Assign each individual calendar day a specific ticket price (each day will reflect a different price based on various factors like crowd levels)
- Use an interactive calendar for ticket purchasing, and to show guests the highest and lowest ticket prices within a given month or year
- Offer guests the option to upgrade to a ticket with a “flexible start date” for an added cost.
, we’ve gotten plenty of great questions from our readers and social media followers about the system. And while we don’t have ALL the answers, we can at least help with a few of these!