The promotion will run Oct. 5-6, the first weekend of Legoland's Brick or Treat Halloween event.
The new “Mid-Day Magic” ticket will offer admission to any of the four Disney parks after 12 p.m., and comes to two-, three-, and four-day options.
Just after announcing annual passholder previews for its version of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Disney World instituted a substantial price hike for passes for both Florida and non-Florida residents.
Disney World guests may be upset over increased ticket prices, but in the eyes of Disney chairman and CEO Bob Iger, the company’s pricing strategy is working.
One-day tickets for the busiest days of the year will now cost $135 per adult, while multi-day tickets increased by $10 across the board.