4. Early December
The period right after Thanksgiving through the first few weeks of December is a magical time to visit Walt Disney World, with all the Holiday decorations and special events. The cost is relatively the same as the rest of the year, but with added extra Disney Holiday Celebrations.
5. Early November
The weather is great, and the crowd and room rates are lower. Hurricane season is almost over, and there may still be a few warm days so you can take advantage of your Hotel's swimming pools.
6. January and Early February
January is good after Marathon Weekend as far as crowds go, and room rates are the lowest of the year. Even though swimming might not be an option, you can enjoy Epcot's Festival of the Arts.
**If you are planning a 5-night stay, it is best to schedule those days during the week to avoid the 10-25% cost increase of Friday and Saturday night stays. Resort hotel rooms are almost always cheaper Sunday through Thursday night.**
A Walt Disney World vacation can be planned with your budget in mind, so do the research and watch for those free dining dates. Also, there are times during the year when crowds are lower and you can get a great discount on room rates. Dreams really do come true at this "most magical place on earth".