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Here’s the Cheapest Days to Visit Disney World After Price Increases — and the 3 That Actually Got Cheaper

The cheapest one-day ticket to the Most Magical Place on Earth is increasing by $10 next year

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Jacqueline Nell/Disneyland Resort via Getty

  • Walt Disney World is increasing its theme park ticket prices for 2025 

  • The cheapest one-day pass is now $10 more in comparison to 2024 

  • Despite the change, there are specific months and dates where relative deals can still be found

Walt Disney World has officially increased its ticket prices for 2025 — but prospective park-goers can still find a few deals if they know where to look.

As of Feb. 2024, the Florida theme park has tickets available for purchase up until Nov. 2025 on its official website. The prices posted for 2025 reveal a $10 increase for the cheapest park ticket at Disney World compared to 2024. (For example, a one-day pass starts at $109 in 2024 and jumps to a $119 starting price in 2025.) But prices fluctuate day to day throughout the year depending on demand and other factors, so those willing to do some digging, can still get the most bang for their buck.

Despite the change, park guests can still save the most money possible by booking tickets during specific months in 2025. Here’s a breakdown of exact days Disney fans should plan their trips during, including the ones that are actually cheaper in comparison to 2024.

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The Cheapest Days to Visit Disney World in 2025

Of the dates that have been released so far, August and September are proving to be the cheapest months to visit the Happiest Place on earth near year. Disney lovers should consider booking on Aug. 19, 20, 21, 22, 25, 26, 27 and 28, and Sept. 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24 and 25 to save on their magical getaways.

Meanwhile, the most expensive month to visit the theme park in 2025 is February, with one-day passes starting at $169.

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2025 Dates That Are Cheaper in Comparison to 2024

While prices have gone up overall, there are a couple dates where prices have decreased compared to 2024.

Ticket prices for Aug. 19 and 25 and Sept. 2 are actually cheaper in 2025 than they are this year. For example, Aug. 19 is $129 in 2024, Aug. 25 is $134, and Sept. 2 is the most expensive of the three at $149. All three dates will start at $119 in 2025.

However, the cheapest one-day ticket on those dates only allows access to Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park. Park guests can still explore Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Magic Kingdom Park by purchasing separate tickets that range from $129 to $144 on those dates.

Some of these 2025 dates also offer cheaper Park Hopper passes (as of Feb. 2024) for guests who want access to multiple Disney parks in a day. For example, the Park Hopper passes start at $197 on Aug. 19 and 25, 2025, compared to the starting price of $217 in 2024.

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<p>AP Photo/Ted Shaffrey</p> Disney guests using electronic tickets to enter Epcot.

AP Photo/Ted Shaffrey

Disney guests using electronic tickets to enter Epcot.

These changes will not come as a surprise to avid park-goers, as Disney has raised their prices multiple times in the past few years.

In Oct. 2023, Disney World’s annual pass holders saw a $50 increase to the “Incredi-Pass” and “Pirate Pass,” while the “Sorcerer Pass” went up by $30 and the “Pixie Dust Pass” increased by $40. The current “Incredi-Pass” price is $1,543 and is the only one available to all guests (the other passes are for Florida residents or Disney Vacation Club Members only).

In anticipation of Disney’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge land that opened in 2019, the park raised the prices for some of its annual passes by 18 percent.

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