There have been rumors about this for a while, but it has finally happened. Disney World has switched to tiered pricing for their tickets.
According to Disney Parks Blog, the reason is because of expectations to guests, the expansion of some of the parks, and it’s a way to spread out visitation throughout the year. They are divided into Value, Regular, and Peak. Unfortunately, it looks like there is a pretty small window for the Value season.
- Feb. 28-Mar. 3: Value
- Mar. 4-Mar. 10: Regular
- Mar. 11-April 2: Peak
- April 3-May 26: Regular
- May 27-July 23: Peak
- July 24-August 21: Regular
- August 22-Sept. 29: Value
- Sept. 30-Nov. 19: Regular
- Nov. 20-Nov. 27: Peak
- Nov. 28-Dec. 21: Regular
- Dec. 22-Dec. 31: Peak
The pricing for the different tiers is as follows:
- Value: Starting at $97 for one day
- Regular: Starting at $102 for one day
- Peak: Starting at $114 for one day
It is still cheaper to buy multiple day tickets, if you are going to be in Disney World for more than a couple of days. The price per day lessons the more you add on.
Walt Disney World & Disneyland Resorts are shifting to seasonal pricing for one-day tickets. Learn more here: https://t.co/yQ98znnBc6
— Disney Parks (@DisneyParks) February 27, 2016
For more information on the tiered pricing you can contact Disney or your travel agent.
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