As happens every year around this time, Walt Disney World has raised the price of park passes-this year, both for one day, one park passes and park hopper tickets. The shift comes shortly after Disney announced the opening date for the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge land.
If you want to go to the park during the summer, you will get a bit of a price break for certain months. The months offering the lowest one-day prices right now are May, August, and September-conveniently, around the time the Star Wars park opens (August 29). Tickets for these months start at $109 per person, according to Disney World's ticket guide.
Those looking to travel during the winter holidays will see the highest jump-during the week of Christmas, tickets are as high as $159 per day, up from $139 last year, per MarketWatch. During the week of Thanksgiving, they are $139. Prices do go down in relation to how many days you're at the park. The longer you're there, the steeper the discount-single park tickets can be as low as $47 per day if you're there for 10 days.
Park hopper passes increased, too. In the cheaper months, one day park hopper tickets start at $169; during the holidays, they're as high as $219. This option gives you access to Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom.
The good news is that if you want to travel at an off time, you can find relatively lower cost tickets-especially if you're willing to brave Florida in August or September. To find out how much your tickets will be within Disney's date-based ticketing, which began last fall, enter the month and number of nights you'd like to travel on Disney World's website.
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