It is important to know how to do Disney Travel Planning Around The 4 Seasons Of Pricing. Ideally I would travel during Value Season as it’s the cheapest, but it’s also when the kids are in school so that makes it harder on families.
Value season lasts most of January and February. And mid August to the end of September. It is generally the cheapest time to travel to Disney. It is when the parks are the least crowded and when the weather isn’t scalding hot. However, the parks also close early and they don’t have as many special events and shows as you will find during the busier seasons. Disney also refurbs many rides and resort pools during this time.
A room at Pop Century is $154 – $202
Regular season (also includes Fall Season) is the first week in March, most of May, most of October and the first 2 weeks of both November and December. It is a little bit more than Value season. The parks are more crowded (but not extremely), but they stay open later and offer additional special events and shows.
A room at Pop Century is $199-$255.
Summer season lasts from June 3rd to August 13th. You won’t see as many great discounts on travel during this time, but there will still be some. The parks will be open later, but the weather will be so hot you will feel like you are burning through your shoes.
A room at Pop Century is $217 – $249.
Peak Season & Holiday Season
Peak Season and Holiday Season are during the 6 weeks of Spring Break (mid March to the end of April), the week of Thanksgiving and the week of Christmas and New Years. It is when you will find the parks the busiest. Very few discounts are offered during this time and you must book your dining reservations early if you plan on dining at certain restaurants at specific times. The waits will be longer, however the parks will open earlier and close later. Disney does a great job of giving guests plenty to do.
A room at Pop Century is $222-$316.
Did you know that you can pay for your Walt Disney World vacation with Disney gift cards?