Have you heard the latest? There are changes on Disney’s New Pricing. Disney introduced a new Demand-Base Pricing. It’s a price increase of up to 20% for Holiday periods and some weekends when the parks are busiest. Yes it is true. According to the New York Times.
Disney’s new pricing went in effect on February 28,2016 and it’s only for the Single-Day passes and not the Multi-Day passes. So if your planning a trip to Disney World you can check out Disney’s new pricing for the dates that you’re planning to go on their website (Disney) This news may sound negative to some, but it’s actually a good thing for those planning a trip to Disney. How?! By going on the Disney Website. this will help you pick the best dates to go on your trip. Using their new Demand-Based pricing you’re now given an idea of when the line-ups are the longest for each theme park. As for the Disney’s new pricing increase of 20%, this can easily be avoided by opting for a multi-day pass, which you will need in Disney World.
After spending a week in Disney World with our kids, we can definitely say that a single day is not enough to explore the theme parks. Disney World has four theme parks and two water parks to offer, not to mention Downtown Disney Quest. (We will give you more of our Disney World travel on our next post). So Disney has just given visitors a new tool in planning their trip by allowing them to see when the busiest times of the year will be for each theme park.
Let’s take a quick overview of the Disney World’s calendar year. Peak date pricing will start to kick in on March 11 – April 2 due to school’s Spring break, May 27 – July 23 because of Summertime, November 20 – 27 for Thanksgiving and Black Friday holidays and lastly December 22 – 31 for the Christmas holiday. As for the dates mentioned above the rates will be $114 from $97 and you can expect a long line up as well because for sure the parks will be jammed pack. The rest of the year’s calendar dates will be on regular pricing which is $102 except for the last week of August and the whole month of September which will cost you $97 for a single day ticket because families are busy getting ready for back-to-school.
You can visit the Disney World’s website for more information in regards to hotel accommodations, attractions, events and tours, dining and any other concerns that will help on your planning.
For Disneyland in Anaheim California as of now the single-day ticket will cost $95 on Mondays through Thursdays, $105 on most weekends and some of the summer weeks and $119 during peak times.
Regardless of the price, we know that the joy and magic that the Disney experience will bring you and your kids will be Priceless memories that will be cherished and remembered.
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Next posts will be our Disney experience: the planning, tips and fun. 🙂