No changes were announced about Disney World annual-pass prices on Monday.
The full calendar of preset park prices will be available Oct. 16, Disney says. The date-based prices are established in advance; they do not fluctuate, Disney says.
The ticket-buying process will still go through the disneyworld.com website. Users will select the start date of the visit and its length to see a total price. The per-day rate decreases as the length of visit increases.
The interactive calendar will also feature a way to find the least expensive dates, which will coincide with off-peak travel periods, Disney says.
The site will also include park-by-park breakdowns highlighting their attractions and entertainment options plus recommendations from the Disney Moms Panel. There will be suggestions on the site that are tailored to specific groups, such as foodies, thrill seekers and parents traveling with children.
Once tickets are purchased, vacation planning — FastPasses, dining reservations, etc. — will continue on the My Disney Experience site and app.