The Walt Disney World Price increase compared and broken down

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Last night we announced one day Walt Disney World tickets were going up in price today after a breaking news article in the Orlando Sentinel dropped, but we didn’t have any other details regarding other tickets and if their price would change. About midnight last night the Walt Disney World ticket page went down for update, and still wasn’t updated come 3am. So, now that the East Coast is waking up, or at least I am up after waiting up so late for Disney to update their pricing, the price changes are available and they are a bit more extensive than we had heard the would be.

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As we knew last night  the price of one day tickets Magic Kingdom went from $95 for adults to $99 and $89 for children to $93, and the one-day ticket price for Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios or Epcot went from $90 for adults to $94 and $84 to $88 for children.

Now this morning we have the full list of price changes. Below is a break down of the multi-day ticket prices, and their differences. Please note all pricing info below is NONE Florida resident pricing and without tax..

Multi-day ticket tickets:

Adult (10 and up):

  • 2-day tickets went from $92 per day ($184) to $94 per day ($188).   (Difference $4 or $2 per day)
  • 3-day tickets went from $87.34 per day ($262) to $91.31 per day ($274). (Difference $12 or $4 per day)
  • 4-day tickets went from $69.75 per day ($279) to $73.50 per day ($294). (Difference $15 or 3.75 per day)
  • 5-day tickets went from $57.80 per day ($289) to $60.80 per day ($304). (Difference $15 of $3 per day)
  • 6-day tickets went from $49.84 per day ($299) to $52.34 per day ($314). (Difference $15 or $2.50 per day)
  • 7-day tickets went from $44.15 per day ($309) to $46.29 per day ($324). (Difference $15 or $2.14 per day)
  • 8-day tickets went from $39.88 per day ($319) to $41.75 per day ($334). (Difference $15 or $1.88 per day)
  • 9-day tickets went from $36.56  per day($329) to $38.23 per day ($344). (Difference $15 or $1.66 per day)
  • 10-day tickets went from $33.90 per day ($339) to $35.40 per day ($354). (Difference $15 or $1.50 per day)

Children (3-9):

  • 2-day tickets went from $86 per day ($172) to $87.50 per day ($175).  (Difference $3 or $1.50 per day)
  • 3-day tickets went from $81.34 per day ($244) to $85 per day ($255). (Difference $11 or $2.75 per day)
  • 4-day tickets went from $65 per day ($260) to $68.50 per day ($274). (Difference $14 or $3.50 per day)
  • 5-day tickets went from $54 per day ($270) to $56.80 per day ($284). (Difference $14 or $2.80 per day)
  • 6-day tickets went from $46.67  per day ($280) to $49.00 per day ($294). (Difference $14 $2.33 per day)
  • 7-day tickets went from $41.43 per day ($290) to $43.43 per day ($304). (Difference $14 or $2.00 per day)
  • 8-day tickets went from $37.50 per day ($300) to $39.25 per day ($314). (Difference $14 or $1.75 per day )
  • 9-day tickets went from $34.45  per day($310) to $36.00 per day ($324). (Difference $14 or $1.55 per day)
  • 10-day tickets went from $32 per day ($320) to $33.40 per day ($334). (Difference $14 or $1.40 per day)


Add-ons :

No expiration option*:

  • 2-day no expiration went from $35 to $40. (Difference $5)
  • 3-day no expiration went from $45 to $50. (Difference $5 )
  • 4-day no expiration went from $95 to $100. (Difference $5)
  • 5-day no expiration went from $145 to $160. (Difference $15)
  • 6-day no expiration went from $190 to $210. (Difference $20)
  • 7-day no expiration went from $220 to $250. (Difference $30)
  • 8-day no expiration went from $245 to $270. (Difference $25)
  • 9-day no expiration went from $280 to $295. (Difference $15)
  • 10-day no expiration went from $325 to $340. (Difference $15)

(Please note the No Expiration can be purchased at the parks or through a Disney Travel Agent, but can not be purchased directly online through Walt Disney World ticketing.)

Park Hopper:

  • 1 day Park Hopper went from $39 to $40  (Difference $1)
  • 2-day Park Hopper went from  $59  to $49 (A $10 decrease)
  • 3-day to 10-day Park Hopper went up from $59 to $60 per person.  (Difference $1)

(I am noticing in the Park Hopper pricing the 2-day hopper is now LESS than the 2-10 day, until today all 2-10 day hoppers were a flat rate.)

Water-park and more:

  • Water-park and more went from $59 to $60 per person (Difference $1)
  • Park Hopper & Water Park Fun & More went from $84 to $86 per person. (Difference $2)

None Florida Rate Annual Passes:

  • Annual Passes for all ages went from $609 to $634. (Difference $25)
  • Premium Annual Passes for all ages went from  $729 to $754.  (Difference $25)

Disney Quest:
Quest 1 day tickets went DOWN though from $45 for adults to $37 , and $39 for children to $31

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Author: Michele

Michele Atwood is the Owner/Editor of The Main Street Mouse and it’s subsidiaries and author of the book “Moving to Main Street U.S.A.” Michele also contributes Disney news to the Joe Kelley Morning Show on 96.5 WDBO in Orlando. She and her family made the move from Michigan to the Orlando area to pursue their Disney dreams. Michele is a life long Disney fan, and has two sons who have followed suit, each going on their first Disney trip before their first birthday’s. Part of the goal Michele has for The Main Street Mouse is not only to keep members informed, but to create somewhat of a Disney Family by relating to others through personal experiences and opinions. Also, Michele is making it a priority to share stories of inspiration and hope to other Disney Fans in an effort to share the Magic and hopefully make a difference in the lives of others.

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