13) Seasonal Ticket Pricing Raising prices on tickets is always controversial. No one wants to pay more for a Walt Disney World vacation, but the prices still go up every year. Things got a bit more controversial than normal in 2016 when it was announced that there would soon be a seasonal ticket structure. The seasons would be Value, Regular, and Peak. The idea behind the change was to get more people into the parks during the slower times of year, and maybe to smooth out the crowd flow during the busier times. Of course the Value price was the same as the price the day of the announcement, there wasn't going to be any decrease in prices. Seasonal tickets aren't all that bad, though, because the increased price is only for one day tickets. A multi-day ticket during the Value Season will cost the same amount as a similar ticket during the Peak Season. Whether or not seasonal ticket pricing has leveled out the crowds has yet to be seen.
The 13 Biggest Disney Park Controversies