Disney parks are now going to a demand pricing system, meaning it'll be cheaper during "value" or low seasons as opposed to the same price as "peak" season. Why are they doing this? Well, Disney park attendance has risen 10% in the past year and, as they've had to turn people away, the new ticket pricing is to encourage park goers to visit during the low seasons. Some people, including this Fox News author, don't seem to like the change, but paying less for a visit to Disney? That's okay in my book. Check it out here and decide for yourself!
Written by Josh Hettinger