Walt Disney World says there are going to be some changes in the ticket-pricing, effective October 16.
Officials representing the themed entertainment company said in a release that the plan is to start pricing tickets based on date of visit.
This change will be in tandem with a new online platform for purchasing tickets.
Under the new system, Disney says the date-based ticketing and pricing system is intended to allow the parks to "better distribute attendance throughout the year."
By combining the new pricing system with the online platform, prospective guests will be able to look at potential vacation dates on a calendar and compare prices.
A video posted to https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/ takes people through the process step-by-step, showing them how they will be able to use the new system to purchase tickets, make reservations, and plan their vacations.
The new system will show the prospective guest the date range through which they can use their purchased tickets, or offer the guest a chance to purchase a ticket with a flexible start date.
The new system also can show a prospective guest the lowest-priced tickets in a particular month.
Based on the video, the interface appears to be simple and easy to use.
And it spells out what guests can expect in a clear and friendly tone.
Considering how competition works in the themed attraction industry in Florida, it would not be surprising to see other parks adopt a similar system before long, especially if the system that Disney will employ works well.