The topic of Disney is always such a popular one, especially with all of the new happenings around all of the Disney Parks! There’s always something new and exciting in the works for park guests. Today, the Disney Parks Blog announced some news relating to a shift in the way ticketing prices are going to be structured. Beginning on Sunday, February 28, at both Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World, a new “seasonal” pricing will go into effect for 1-day/1 park and 1-day park hopper tickets only. So, how is it going to work?
The way it’s seems to be broken down is that the ticket pricing varies according to park demand and projected attendance levels. (per Disney Parks) It’s divided into 3 categories or “tiers”:
Value dates cover about 20% of the year and are mostly weekdays (M-Th) during the “off season.”
Peak dates cover about 30% of the year, including all dates during the Christmas-New Years season, all of spring break, and weekends (F-Su) in the summer.
Regular dates include all of the other days not labeled as “value” or “peak”.
New pricing for the tickets at Disneyland Resort will be as follows:
- Adult 1-day, 1 park $95 and 1-day park hopper $155
- Child 1-day, 1 park $89 and 1-day park hopper $149
- Adult 1-day, 1 park $105 and 1-day park hopper $160
- Child 1-day, 1 park $99 and 1-day park hopper $154
- Adult 1-day, 1 park $119 and 1-day park hopper $169
- Child 1-day, 1 park $113 and 1-day park hopper $163
For more information, please visit the Disneyland Resort or Walt Disney World Resort pages.
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