Big CHANGES have hit Disney this week.
There’s no reason to sugarcoat it: a trip to Disney World can be EXPENSIVE.
From the price of your ticket, to food and souvenirs, there are lots of things to consider when pricing out your Disney vacation. Luckily, there are a few ways you can save money. Disney World occasionally offers discounts on hotel rooms, and if you head to Disney in the off-season, you could even save on your park tickets, too!
Planning a trip to Disney World this year?
Then you’ll need to buy some tickets. And you should know that the price of your ticket varies based on what day you’re visiting! As you might expect, weekends and holiday seasons tend to cost a bit more than your everyday park day. That’s something to keep in mind if you’re budgeting! We’re breaking down some of the most expensive days to visit Disney World for the rest of the year, so YOU can stay in the know.
Disney just dropped the dreaded price increase bomb today on many tickets and add-ons to both Disneyland and Disney World today.
These ticket prices are in effect starting today, so if you’re planning on taking a trip to either park this year, you’ll want to know before you go! We’ve got all the increases you need to know about right here!
Right now is a really good time to book your next Disney World vacation – specifically for dates this spring and summer!
What makes spring and summer a good time to visit this year? Yesterday we shared a ticket price increase for dates later this year, and a booking window for a room-only discount is ending soon! [Read more…]
Disneyland guests and annual passholders
were treated to a not-so-pleasant surprise this morning. Whether showing up at the park to buy a one day ticket or annual pass, everyone was greeted with a major price increase — including on the MaxPass service and daily parking as well.
That’s right, if you’re planning a trip to Disneyland you’ll need to save more than a few more pennies to purchase your park tickets or annual passes with this price increase. Some prices went up as much as 25% overnight.
Disney World will be moving to date-based pricing for theme park tickets starting October 16, 2018. This means that tickets will be priced differently depending on the day you visit.
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.
How To Purchase Disney World Tickets Using The New Date-Based Pricing System:
Starting October 16th, guests wishing to purchase Disney World tickets will be able to access the new system via DisneyWorld.com or the My Disney Experience app.