So in the wake the new scale ticket prices that went into effect on February 28, 2016 I’m going to go through the options when it comes to Disney World Tickets. If you aDisney World yearly then you know that just about every year in February the park ticket prices change, this year Annual Passes increased before the regular tickets. If you follow Disney news you might have known this was coming for about a year, I’ve been curious to see how the break down would be in the increase. To me it’s not unreasonable and I have only traveled during peak season once and that trip was only planned 2 months in advance (being able to get a hotel in that short amount of time for peak season is extremely rare, it was also not crowded which staff was telling me never happens. I must have been lucky.)
Here are the ticket options:
The tickets themselves are one of the easier choices. If your traveling with a small child or if you like to take things at a slow pace get a Single or Multi Day ticket without the Park Hopper.
The Park Hopper is for those people who like to be on the move, I happen to by one those people. I like to bounce around and not stay at one park all day. For example I’ll go to Animal Kingdom for morning Extra Magic hours (8am) and stay there till 12 or 1. I’ll then return to my room for a rest or nap if it’s the summer (hot and rainy tuckers me out). If it’s the winter then I’ll just go to another park like the Magic Kingdom until closing. Another great way to use the Park Hopper is between Hollywood Studios and Epcot. I like to go to Hollywood first thing then take the boat to Epcot for the remainder of the day or even hop on the Monorail to make a stop at the Magic Kingdom.
Here are some prices: (I'm only including single day and Annual Pass Prices)
Annual Passes (that are currently for sale, other passes used to be offered but have been discontinued)