Hipmunk, a trip and travel planning website, took on this question and delivered some interesting results. The graphic below illustrates most of their findings. For a larger version, please click here.
After looking over this graphic, we offer 3 main takeaways:
- Flights into Los Angeles are generally 1/3 more expensive than flights into Orlando
- Tickets (admission) to Disney World are roughly 10% more expensive than tickets to Disneyland
- The biggest price discrepancies lie in whether a family decides to stay at a Disney property, or at a non-Disney hotel. For a family looking to save money, this is, by far, the area where the most savings can be realized. At Disney World, vacationers can save an average of 60% by staying at a non-Disney property. And, at Disneyland, the savings are almost 70%.