Seasonal Pricing comes to Walt Disney World water parks too


It is now more expensive to put on those water-wings and enjoy Disney’s Blizzard Beach or Typhoon Lagoon with new seasonal pricing that just rolled out for the popular water parks.

Today marked the first day for tiered pricing at Walt Disney World’s theme parks. There are three levels based on expected attendance at the theme parks. At the water parks there are just two seasons Value and Regular.

Value tickets are now:

1 Day – Adult $58.58, Child $52.19
Passholder or DVC – Adult $54.32, Child $48.99

However, on certain days your value ticket will be blacked out and you will need to pay the most expensive regular tickets.

1 Day – Adult $63.90, Child $57.51
Passholder or DVC – Adult $59.64, Child $54.32

Those days are May 28 – 31; June 1 – 30; July 1 – 31; August 1 – 28 2016. So essentially all summer long.


Unused tickets expire on December 31, 2017. If you buy a ticket for one water park and find it’s too crowded or want to hop to the other park for whatever reason you can now do that.

Do you have a favorite Water Park at Walt Disney World? Do you think higher costs in the summer will keep crowds more manageable?

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