Visiting a Disney Park for one day can be cheaper or more expensive than it has been before.
Disneyland gets more expensive if you visit when everybody else wants to go too. In an attempt to spread out visitors to Disney Parks, the company introduced seasonal pricing for 1-Day tickets.
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Beginning today Feb. 28, a 1-Day ticket has three pricing tiers: Value, Regular and Peak. Disney Park Value tickets start at $97, regular tickets at $102 and Peak tickets start at $114. These ticket prices are without taxes.
Disney has divided each month into value, regular and peak days with an 8-11 month calendar available for viewing online.
Thomas Smith, Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks gives an example to illustrate the new Disney Parks ticket pricing model: "If guests plan their visit for September, they’ll have a variety of options, including many days in the value period, which will give them the opportunity to pay less for a 1-Day ticket. If they plan to visit during a peak period, like the winter holidays, they will pay more. Purchasing a 1-Day ticket in a non-peak period, or choosing multi-day tickets and annual passes, will provide additional flexibility and value."
If you have kids in school you will end up paying Peak ticket prices if you go during school holidays.
Disney will also increase the pricing for multi-day tickets starting Sunday in accordance with the new season pricing. Disney Parks make quite the point that a single day is not enough to experience Disney Parks.
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Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort offer new attractions in 2016 including Star Wars experiences, Soarin’ Around the World at Disney California Adventure park and Epcot, a “Frozen”-inspired musical at Disney California Adventure park, new nighttime experiences at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, the Frozen Ever After attraction at Epcot and a new stage show at Magic Kingdom Park.