How to Make Sense of Disney's New Pricing Plan

March 1, 2016, 11:22 PM · Disney has changed its ticket prices, once again. And with a new variable pricing system adding three pricing tiers to the already long list of options you face in buying a Disney ticket, how will you decide which plan is the right one for you and your family?

To help you make the best choices in planning your theme park vacation, we've just updated what ought to be your first stop when visiting us at Theme Park Insider — our How to Plan Your Theme Park Vacation page.

This page includes our best advice for planning a theme park vacation, compiled from suggestions offered by thousands of Theme Park Insider readers over the years, along with links to some of our top recent articles about getting the most from your vacation. You will find links to some of the best places online to buy discounted theme park tickets, advice on picking the right hotel in Orlando, safety tips, and analysis of "add on" options such as dining plans, photo plans, and ride reservation systems.

You can find the link to this page at the top of every page on Theme Park Insider — just follow the link to "1. Start Planning."

And if you're still thinking about which parks you might like to visit, take the next step and click over to "2. Hotel & Park Reviews" for links to all of the theme parks our readers have rated and reviewed here on Theme Park Insider. You will find rating pages for thousands of rides, shows, restaurants and hotels from more four dozen of the world's most popular theme parks, from Walt Disney World, Disneyland, and Universal Orlando, to dozens of seasonal parks around the United States and the world.

If you have any questions, then it is time for step three, our Discussion Forum, where you can jump in and ask for help from other Theme Park Insider readers. While anyone can rate the theme park attractions we list here on the site, asking and answering questions on the Discussion Forum does require registering with Theme Park Insider. But that's free and takes only a moment.

Once you've registered as a site member, you might also consider signing up for our email newsletter, which delivers links to new front-page news reports and discussion forum topics about twice a week. Or, if you'd really like to get involved in the Theme Park Insider community, consider making a pledge to our Patreon campaign, which can earn you some cool benefits, including an "Insider" badge on all your posts, button, Theme Park Insider T-shirts, and even autographed copies of our Theme Park Insider guidebooks.

We've got a wealth of information for you here on Theme Park Insider — to help you get the most possible value from the money you spend on vacation. We hope that you will dive in and take a look around.

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