There have been some changes at the happiest and most magical places on Earth.
The Walt Disney Company has finally introduced its long-expected demand-based pricing, which means guests visiting and Walt Disney World in Florida will now pay more per ticket during holidays and some weekends.
Disney’s new demand-pricing model, which debuted this past weekend, includes seasonal pricing for a 1-Day ticket, but not the multiday packages.
On busy days you’ll pay more, and on slower days, expect to pay a few dollars less.
This move by Disney to seasonal pricing is designed to provide additional flexibility and value. To make the process easier, there will be an 8-11 month rolling calendar available online, where customers can see what the price will be for a one-day ticket on a specific day.
You’ve probably already experienced this demand-pricing model with airlines and hotels during holidays and other peak dates throughout the year.
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And what a time to experience Disney – on both coasts!
The new Star Wars experiences have already opened at both Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort.
And, this year, several new experiences are expected to open at both parks, such as the new “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.
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By: Jeff Hyatt