• On Oct 4, 2018
    Tahlia from FL Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Hi! In the past I've seen a calendar depicting high volume dates and low volume dates, but can't seem to find anywhere now. Does this still exist? Trying to plan vacation around low volume dates

    Hello Tahlia! Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Trying to find the "perfect" date to visit Walt Disney World Resort is a challenge for even the most seasoned Disney fan.

    Many third-party sites sell the idea that they have detailed information to be able to prognosticate how busy each of the Walt Disney World Theme Parks will be on any given date. I will peruse some of these sites myself from time to time to get a sense of any events or holidays that may coincide with a potential visit.

    However, Disney does not post any estimates for the number of Guests they expect for a specific date. Since Walt Disney World Resort offers separate pricing for 1-day Regular Theme Park Tickets, 1-day Peak Tickets, and 1-day Value Tickets, you can get an idea for which dates Walt Disney World Resort is anticipating a larger number of Guests since the lower-tiered tickets have blockout dates. These blockout dates may indicate when larger crowds are expected.

    These dates are usually holidays, the weeks around major holidays and busier weekends.

    Happy Planning!

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