How will this round of WDW ticket price increases affect your vacation plans?

The Walt Disney World (and Disneyland) ticket price increases have been generating a lot of discussion around the Internet. No one (except maybe stockholders) are happy when prices go up. But the real question is, will this round of increases change your vacation plans in any appreciable way? (Note: you may choose multiple answers). Tell us about it in more detail in the Comments.

How will this round of WDW ticket price increases affect your vacation plans?

  • Won't change plans at all (65%, 20 Votes)
  • Will delay taking another WDW trip (13%, 4 Votes)
  • Won't be getting APs after all (10%, 3 Votes)
  • Will take the same length trip, but fewer park days (6%, 2 Votes)
  • Will take a shorter trip (3%, 1 Votes)
  • Something else (explain in the comments) (3%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 28

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2 thoughts to “How will this round of WDW ticket price increases affect your vacation plans?”

  1. After Disneyland raised prices a few weeks ago, I jumped and purchased APs for Disney World before they had a chance to raise their prices. So the next 3 planned trips are taken care of, and we might sneak in a 4th before they expire. But after that it may be a while before we head back again. We like to cluster our trips to take advantage of an AP, but with a child AP being the same price as an adult AP – that’s kind of a slap in the face.

  2. We’re happy we went ahead and sprung for the APs this year, and we’ll likely take another short trip next spring right before our APs run out. Once our APs expire, we’ll probably not renew APs, since that would be $2400 for the four of us to do that.

    We’re thinking in lieu of APs and a summer trip to WDW, we’ll do a Disney cruise next summer.

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