When and when NOT to visit Disney World: tickets are increasing in 2019! 🎡🎠🏰🌠 .
A report released today from Travel+Leisure Magazine #travelandleisure highlights Visiting Disney World when school is on break or over a holiday (Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s especially), you’ll see Prices up to 14-percent higher during those busy times, meaning that a 4-day Spring Break ticket now costs an additional $60. 💕If you go during January, February and mid-August — you will experience smaller crowds and shorter lines, and save money as well. .
All of September is basically on sale, with discounted 2-day and 3-day tickets throughout the month and multi-day tickets costing just a few bucks more than they used to.
Visiting in the early fall also means you can enjoy two of Disney World’s seasonal highlights: Epcot International Food & Wine Festival and Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.
The first half of May has lower-cost admission on many forms of multi-day admission, and early July has some deals as well. There are some well-priced tickets around the end of summer, too.