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Updated 2015 Week Rankings

By Dave Shute

Every year I publish in the fall draft Disney World week rankings.  These identify the best and worst weeks of the year for first-timers who may never return to visit Walt Disney World for the year starting 15ish months from then.

These rankings are based on many factors, but relative prices and crowds are key inputs.  So I update the draft Disney World week rankings the next summer based on updates to the crowd calendars and price seasons for the upcoming year.

  • Disney releases price details for the upcoming year when it wishes, typically in the summer. This year Disney World prices for 2015 came out on July 30, 2014.
  • I update my crowd calendars in the summer as well.  Among other things, they are based on analysis of US school calendars–which are more varied than you’d think, and also come out in many cases a lot later than you’d think.

Based on my revised crowd claendar and actual prices, I’ve updated the 2015 week rankings. You can find them here.

There were no material changes.  Four weeks have slightly different crowd rankings, and a couple of minor changes in Disney’s price seasons also transpired.

But all the weeks that in the draft were recommended continue to be recommended!

Check out the final (barring typos) 2015 Weeks to Visit Rankings!

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