Disney World and Disneyland increase ticket prices across the board
It’s that time of the year. Walt Disney World and Disneyland will once again be raising ticket prices, including regular admission an annual passes.
Value Day tickets for Magic Kingdom will cost $109 for adults and $103 for children, which is a $2 increase in price. The regular tickets will see an increase of $4, to $119 for adults and $113 for children. If you decide to go to MK on a peak day, that will now run you $129 for adults and $123 for children.
Over at Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom, a value 1-day ticket will now run $102 for adults and $96 for children, an increase of $2. Regular time frame tickets will now be $114 for adults and $108 for children, and peak-time tickets will be $122 and $116 for adults and children. Tickets for Florida residents also saw an increase, which can be viewed here.
Most annual pass prices will see at least a $100 or more bump in price after the increase at Disneyland. Walt Disney World annual passes saw an increase also, with the Platnium going up to $729, up from $679. $589 for Gold pass, which features blackout dates during spring break and Christmas. And the Silver pass went up to $439. up from $419.
Prices also increased at Disneyland, with a single day ticket now running you $117, which is a $7 increase. During peak times, a one day ticket will run you $135, an $11 increase. The value ticket remains $97.
Walt Disney World is expected to adopt the “peak and “non-peak” ticketing system for multi-day tickets later this year. This system currently only applies to single day tickets.
Parking prices also went up at Disney World with preferred parking now running $45, up from $40, regular car parking is now $22, up from $20. This includes the new Minnie Van service, which also saw a price increase of $5 to $25 for a ride. It’s $150 for a one-way ride to the Orlando International Airport as well.
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