1. Schedule your visit at the right time
Both your wallet and your family will thank you for putting some thought into when to schedule your trip. Thanks to a change in pricing in 2016, ticket prices are now tied to the expected crowd size in the parks that comprise Disney World: the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
You’ll pay the most for peak days — weekends and around the holidays — while value day tickets are cheapest. September seems to be prime time for value tickets. Weekdays through most of the summer are typically regular admission price days.
Not only will picking value days save you money, but you may find shorter lines and have more fun when there are fewer people in the parks.