Disney’s New Ticket Pricing | What You Need to Know
If you are planning a trip to Disney World, you might want to purchase your tickets this week.
Beginning Tuesday, October 16th 2018, Disney will roll out an all new way to purchase tickets, and it will probably cost you more. For example: If you aren't sure exactly what day you'd like to start your pass, you will have to pay Peak Pricing. Say your family is going to stay for 5 days, but you're only going to the parks for 3 days, the first day you plan to use the pass will be the price you pay, according to their pricing calendar (Those prices have not been released yet). Not complicated at all, right? Here's the official information from DisneyParks.com
At Walt Disney World Resort, we are constantly looking for new ways to deliver the best experience possible for our guests – from the moment they book their vacation through the very last attraction they visit in the theme parks.
With all there is to see and do in our parks, we know guests are increasingly looking for easier ways to plan a vacation with personalized options that fit their individual needs. Beginning Oct. 16 on DisneyWorld.com, guests will be able to access our new online vacation-planning destination and purchase tickets priced by the date of visit. These changes are designed to simplify the booking experience, give guests an enhanced way to purchase theme park tickets and help them more easily plan the Disney vacation of their dreams.
The new online vacation-planning destination features park offering overviews, travel tips from Disney Parks Moms Panelists and customized suggestions based on each guest’s personal preferences – helping guests make more informed decisions.
When guests are ready to purchase tickets online, they may use an interactive online calendar, which displays different prices based on the dates guests choose to visit and states tickets will need to be used during a specific time period. The calendar also allows guests to quickly see the lowest-priced days within a month. For example, prices may be lower during off-peak travel periods.