ORLANDO, FL (WALB) - Last month, Disney Parks announced that both Disneyland and Disney World would begin using demand ticket pricing at their parks.
Depending on the time of year that you visit Disney, you could pay anywhere from $95 to $124 for a one-day park ticket.
Ceciley Sircy is a resident of Moultrie and a dream designer for My Mickey Vacation Travel. Throughout the years, she has helped many South Georgia families create magical memories for less money.
According to Sircy, with the new ticket pricing a family of four could see an increase of $80 to $100 on their upcoming vacation. However, she says that Disney is always releasing special promotions that outweigh the new cost of tickets.
If you do not have time to search for the deals, Sircy suggests using a vacation planning company, like My Mickey Vacation Travel, because the agents can monitor the deals and find the best ones to fit your Disney vacation.
Sircy says, "It's a win-win for everybody; I take care of my Georgia folks, they go down and have a great trip and a great plan in place and get to see and do way more than tackling on their own."
Sircy has other tips for families as well. She says families can save money by staying on Disney property.
Disney offers free transportation and free parking to their hotel guests. Families can also save money by enrolling in the Disney dining program.
To learn more about Sircy and My Mickey Vacation Planning, check out her Facebook page. Or, you can call Sircy at 229-921-0877.