Here Are the Least Expensive Days to Visit Walt Disney World This January

It’s no secret that a Disney vacation can be expensive, especially for an entire family. Although prices are constantly increasing, the past year has seen price raises at Walt Disney World on everything from food to souvenirs to Park tickets.

Disney+ even saw a significant price increase, meaning that Disney fans are spending more to watch their favorite films even when they’re not visiting Walt Disney World. In short, when it comes to Disney, it never hurts to save money where you can.

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If you’re planning on visiting Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, or EPCOT this upcoming January, then you’re going to want to know the least expensive days. Recently, Walt Disney World made changes to its ticket prices. What used to vary depending on the day of the week now varies on the day of the week and the Disney Park in particular. This makes it even more complicated and expensive to plan a Disney vacation.

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As of December 30, these are the least expensive dates to visit Walt Disney World:

  • January 10 (a Tuesday)
  • January 23 (a Monday)
  • January 24 (a Tuesday)
  • January 26 (a Thursday)
  • January 31 (a Tuesday)

Each of these dates starts at only $134, making them considerably cheaper than alternative dates.


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If none of those dates work out for you, the following dates start at $139, making them the second least expensive days to visit:

  • January 9 (a Monday)
  • January 11 (a Wednesday)
  • January 12 (a Thursday)
  • January 13 (a Friday)
  • January 22 (a Sunday)
  • January 30 (a Monday)

The remaining dates start at $144, $149, or $159, making them the more expensive times to visit Walt Disney World in January.


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Keep in mind that the starting prices may not reflect the total cost, especially now that it depends on which Disney Park you’re visiting.

About Isabella Reimer

Isabella Reimer grew up visiting Walt Disney World and relocated to Central Florida to be even closer to The Most Magical Place on Earth. She earned her Bachelor’s from Florida State University, where she studied Creative Writing and Women’s Studies. Her biggest hobby is bonding with the ikran at Avatar Flight of Passage, and her retirement plan includes becoming the 1,000 Happy Haunt of the Haunted Mansion.