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Disney World Ticket Prices Increase



By Dave Shute

On March 13, 2019 Disney World raised ticket prices for the rest of 2019. On average, prices for longer tickets went up about 7.5%, but the average masks much different changes some times of the year–for example, after Christmas.

I’ll start digging into the numbers shortly, but my partner Official Ticket Center will offer old-priced tickets through March 24th.

I’ll take me a bit to do the math–I have to enter more than 2,500 prices, after all–but Touringplans.com has a general post on the increase here, and more math here.

The math is overly averaged, so what happens your dates if you have not yet bought tickets and don’t use the Official Ticket Center while it is still offering the old prices will be obscure until I can do the real math, but is a helpful start.

 

 

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