By: Amy Kawa
Disney has announced that it will be switching from its current theme park ticket pricing system of single-day tickets with prices that differ based on season and park choice to a date-based pricing model, with prices affected by the date the guest chooses to visit the theme parks. Certain days will be more or less expensive based on the perceived demand.
A “flexible dates” option add-on will give guests more time to spread out visits for an additional cost. Tickets purchased before the start of this new model will not be effected. Various WDW ticket prices are also expected to increase on this day as well, but that has not been announced as of yet.
Take a look at a video Disney recently that breaks down the new model a bit further: