Technically, the cheapest park ticket at Disney World can be found at Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach water parks at $69 ($73.49 after tax).
The Cheapest Disney World Park is….
Now, when it comes to the four main Disney World theme parks, you’ll be pleased to see that every park costs the same, starting at $109 a day without Park Hopper.
However, one thing Disney has implemented the past few years is peak and seasonal pricing and that also carries into this year.
This means that certain parks are more expensive or cheaper on certain days of the week or even in certain months.
I’ve seen one day tickets as low as $109 in August weekdays but as hight as $159 during the holidays.
So regardless of when you visit, in order to truly save some money, I recommend that you visit a park on Monday through Thursday to get the cheapest price possible that month.
What Disney World park has the cheapest food?
Epcot has the cheapest food options primarily because it has the most quick service restaurant choices of any park.
Not including festival booths, you’ll find the most bakeries, quick service spots, and bars of any park, but that shouldn’t be surprising because people go to Epcot to eat!
And these spots are very affordable (to an extent).
The second cheapest park for food is Magic Kingdom mainly due to its Quick Service restaurant selection which tend to be the cheapest meals you can get at Disney World.
What park has the cheapest Individual Lightning Lane Selection attraction?
After seeing the fluctuating prices so far across all four parks, I found that Magic Kingdom has the cheapest Individual Lightning Lane prices.
Space Mountain Individual Lightning Lane can be purchased for as low as $7 and as high at $9, while Seven Dwarfs Mine Train can be purchased for as low as $10 and as high as $12.
Animal Kingdom has the cheapest ride (Expedition Everest) which only costs $7 and that price doesn’t fluctuate.
Rise of the Resistance is the most expensive ride at $15 a person.