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  • On Mar 22, 2010
    Stephen from ON Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    HELP! I need a chart of "low, moderate, and peak" seasons to go ... I used to be able to find it on the website but now it looks like the site has changed! Help please!!!

    Hi Stephen!
    Help is on the way!! Although the dates used to change quite regularly (except for holiday season), guest attendance patterns have developed some consistency over the years, and as a result, "seasonal" dates have firmed up as well. The following dates represent the various seasons for 2010:
    Value Season (or least expensive) runs from January 3-6, January 10-14, January 18-February 11, July 18-September 30, and November 28-December 16.
    Regular Season is April 11-July 1, July 5-17, October 1-7, and October 11-November 13.
    Peak Season is February 15-March 27 which includes Spring Breaks throughout the country, and
    Holiday Season is January 1-2, January 7-9 (WDW Marathon), January 15-17 (Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday), February 12-14 (President's Day), March 28-April 10 (Easter), July 2-4, October 8-10 (Columbus Day Weekend), November 24-27 (Thanksgiving) and December 17-January 1(Christmas/New Year's).
    In addition, the resorts have begun charging more for weekend night stays (an additional $25 in most cases) regardless of what season the nights fall under. I hope this information helps you in planning a magical vacation ! Please let me know if I can help you further! :)
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