ORLANDO – Disney World will start offering date-based tickets, meaning guests could save money if they visit the parks on less busy days, the company announced Monday.
Starting Oct. 16 guests will be able to purchase tickets online using an interactive calendar.
The calendar will display "different prices based on the dates guests choose to visit and states tickets will need to be used during a specific time period,” according to the Disney Parks website.
Daily ticket prices will be lower during off-peak travel times and will vary by month and day.
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