I’ve color coded the start dates of the various base ticket lengths in Disney World’s date-based ticket pricing system to indicate less and more expensive ticket dates in 2020, compared to available prices in all of 2020. The prices I show are pre-tax, per ticket day, and rounded to the nearest dollar.
In what follows, basically
- The more and the darker the green, the better
- The more and the darker the red, the worse.
Dates with black text on a white background are everything else–you can think of them as “typical” or “average.” The technical details on how I color coded are at the end of the post.
JANUARY AND FEBRUARY 2020 DISNEY WORLD TICKET PRICES
MARCH AND APRIL 2020 DISNEY WORLD TICKET PRICES
MAY AND JUNE 2020 DISNEY WORLD TICKET PRICES
JULY AND AUGUST 2020 DISNEY WORLD TICKET PRICES
SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER 2020 DISNEY WORLD TICKET PRICES
NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER 2020 DISNEY WORLD TICKET PRICES
TECHNICAL DETAILS OF COLOR CODING
- The lowest prices for a ticket length have darker green fill and bolded black text
- Ticket prices approximately in the bottom 10% have darker green fill and black text
- Ticket prices approximately in the next lowest 10% have a lighter green fill and black text
- The next approximately 10% of prices has white fill and green text
- Dates with prices approximately in the 70th to 80th percentile have white fill and red text
- Prices approximately in the 80th to 90th percentile have a light red fill and black text
- Prices in roughly the top 10% for the year have a darker red fill and black text
- The highest price of the year for that ticket type has darker red fill and bold black text
- Every other price in between has black text and white fill.
Note that my work is largely based on the rounded prices Disney published. As a result, the “10%” breaks are not exact. Prices shown are also pre-tax.