Disney Parks will See Ticket Price Increase on February 28

Disney has announced that beginning on Sunday, February 28, 2016 they will increase tickets prices around 5%-8% for most tickets and will also be using variable rate pricing for 1-day tickets. One of the ticket vendors we support, Undercover Tourist, will still have discounted tickets (at 2015 prices) for a limited time, so buy them while they are still available.

For 1-day tickets Disney has instituted a tier pricing structure for three distinct time periods of the year, value, regular, and peak. Peak dates will happen about 30% of the year and this includes the holiday season, all of the spring break time period, and most of the summer. During this period the Magic Kingdom will cost $124 per day while the other parks will be $114 per day.

The value season will include only about 20% of the year and this will include most of late August and September. During this time a 1-day ticket to the Magic Kingdom will be $105 and all other parks will be $97.

Finally, all other dates will be termed regular season. During these dates the Magic Kingdom will cost $110 per day and all other parks will be $102 per day.

*These prices do not include taxes.

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