If you're planning on visiting Disney World anytime after October 15, the prices at the gate may go up, may go down, or may remain the same. It all depends on what day you choose to visit and the length of your stay.

The company is rolling out a new purchasing platform that will feature an interactive online calendar, which displays different prices based on the dates guests choose to visit. The calendar will also show guests the lowest-priced days within a specific month.

Disney says the changes will allow the company to “better distribute attendance throughout the year." A one-day, one-park ticket will cost anywhere from $109 to $129 - again, depending on what day you plan to visit and how long you intend to stay.

Source: Associated Press

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