September is here, and we continue our monthly schedule of updates to the Disney World Crowd Calendar.
This month’s Crowd Calendar update only has minor changes. Most days did not change, and where there is a change, it is only 1 point. Any change is related to park hour changes. Without any schedule or pricing changes from Disney, we don’t see anything new that would change our predictions. Last month’s update showed a reduction in crowd levels. Our statistic models predicted some 1s and 2s for August, and the observed data confirmed that the last week of August had low crowd levels.
To see what is driving the crowds, check out last month’s update. Below is a table showing the monthly crowd levels for the next 12 months.
What We Are Watching
This fall we expect Disney to announce new variable ticket pricing. Just like one-day tickets, multi-day tickets will have different prices based on the dates and parks you plan to visit. The variable ticketing pricing could change guests’ travel patterns. Over the next 18 months, we expect openings of new hotels and attractions. Once opening dates are announced, we will adjust crowd levels.
Have any questions or comments about the Crowd Calendar update? Let us know in the comments.