Walt Disney World raises ticket prices 3-6 percent
Published: August 3, 2007 at 3:02 PM
FWIW, I just bought a Disney World ticket and opted for the 10-day park-hopper with no expiration option. I used two days and still have eight available, which I bought at the lower price though they'll still be good now and in the future, no matter how high Disney raises. If you can afford the up-front cost, and know that you'll be visiting Disney again in the future, buying the 10-day ticket, no-expire ticket gets you the best deal.
You could do a better deal on a 7-10 day visit to Disney, with no park-hopper and declining the no-expire, but I'd hate that kind of vacation. I'd rather buy the 10-day, as described above, and do a couple or three days at Disney, a little Universal or SeaWorld, a day at the beach or KSC, some pool time and maybe canoeing at Wekiva. Then come back for more in a year or three. But that's me.