Price of One-Day Disney Tickets to Increase
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Beginning next week, the cost to visit Walt Disney World for a day will go up.
Disney World is adopting a tiered pricing system for one-day tickets, the Orlando Sentinel reported. The year will be divided into value, regular and peak periods.
The least popular days of the year will be value days. On these days, the one-day admission price will remain what it is now — $105 at the Magic Kingdom and $97 at the other parks, according to the Sentinel. Value days go from late August through almost all of September.
During the regular period, the cost will only slightly increase — $110 at the Magic Kingdom and $102 at the other parks, the Sentinel said. This will begin Friday.
Peak season, which will begin March 11, will include spring break, most of the summer and late December, the Sentinel reported. Daily admission will be $124 at the Magic Kingdom and $114 at the other parks during these times.
"The demand for our theme parks continues to grow, particularly during peak periods," Disney spokeswoman Jacquee Wahler said in a statement acquired by the newspaper. "In addition to expanding our parks, we are adopting seasonal pricing on our one-day ticket to help better spread visitation throughout the year. Multi-day tickets, annual passes and visiting during non-peak periods also provide our guests with options and savings."
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