Heads up, Walt Disney World 2016 Park Ticket Pricing Changes are here! Yesterday Disney Parks Blog announced a change in the pricing structure effective February 28th 2016 for One Day Park Tickets to a seasonal tiered price defined as Value, Regular and Peak Seasons. There was also a price increase for multi day park tickets however, these are NOT on the seasonal tiered system. Disneyland was impacted by this change as well.
First, here is a calendar which illustrates Value, Regular and Peak seasons at Walt Disney World Resort for 2016. Keep in mind this could change from year to year and Disneyland has a separate calendar:
Another change, 1-Day Theme Park Tickets will expire on December 31 of the year following purchase, but the amount paid for an unused, expired ticket may be applied towards the purchase of a new ticket at the current price. No credit or refund will be given if a higher season ticket is used on a lower season date. Peak, Regular and Value validity dates continue to be added to the calendar from time to time, so please check back often. The dates assigned to each of the seasons and the number of days in each of these seasons may change from year to year. Admission is subject to capacity closures and to other restrictions.
You can view the different prices for ONE Day tickets below, but remember, MULTI-Day Park tickets are the same price year round :
NOTE there are 5 – 10 day ticket options available for multi-day as well, just not listed on the flyers above. Good news, the one day park ticket for Value Season did not change from 2015 pricing.
Which season does your family typically visit Walt Disney World Resort? Do these price changes impact your chances of visiting in 2016?
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