Disney World & Disneyland will begin a tiered ticket pricing system next month.

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As we have previously reported, there is going to be a price increase starting Sunday February 28, 2016. The prices will be increased at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts. The new ticket price will coincide with the time of year you are visiting; the tickets will cost more during what Disney is referring to as peak season.

The new Star Wars experiences, plus all of the new attractions opening in both Disney World and Disneyland combined with the special attention that is paid to guests at the holiday seasons is what Disney is using as leverage for the price rise.

Each month of the year will be broken up into value, regular and peak days, a calendar will be available soon to view on Disney.com.

During the value season the one day tickets for Walt Disney World will remain the same, price will increase during the regular and peak. Also one-day park tickets at Walt Disney World which previously have never expired will now expire 1 year after they are bought.

Disneyland Resort’s one-day value ticket price will decrease slightly from the price now, however it will go up during regular and peak season.

You can do some saving by either going during the value days or buying multi-day parks tickets.

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