Rumors have been circulating for weeks… but now it is official! A ticket increase and tiered pricing goes into effect at Walt Disney World and Disneyland tomorrow per the Disney Parks Blog, Orlando Sentinel and Orange County Register. The new tiered pricing will only apply to 1-day tickets, but multi-day tickets will see an increase in pricing.
New ticket pricing does not effect Annual Prices that were just increased a few months ago. The new tiered system “will not cover multi-day tickets, although prices for those will rise. Four-day tickets will cost $325, up from $305. Ten-day ones will cost $400, up from $365.” Disney has not released a full list of ticket prices as of yet but has said that tomorrow morning guests will “be able to access more details, including a calendar of 1-day Value, Regular and Peak ticket dates.” Disney has said guests will be “able to see an online pricing calendar providing information between eight and 11 months in advance.”
From The Orlando Sentinel
“Starting next week, Disney World will move to a tiered pricing system for one-day tickets. Disney will divide the calendar into value, regular and peak periods. Peak season will include spring break, much of the summer and late December. Disney’s three other parks will cost $114 during those times — $10 less than the Magic Kingdom.
Value days — the least popular ones — will remain the same price Disney has charged for the past year. So visits during late August and almost all of September will cost $105 at the Magic Kingdom and $97 at other Disney World parks.
Disney’s value season will last a few more days. Mid-tier pricing — $110 at Magic Kingdom and $102 at the other parks — goes into effect Friday. Peak season arrives March 11.”
From JOSEPH PIMENTEL at the OC Register
“Going to Disneyland or Disney California Adventure will cost $95 to $119 for an adult beginning Sunday depending on the day – as the two parks go to demand-based pricing.
Currently, an adult ticket costs $99.Under what Disney calls “seasonal pricing,” customers will pay $95 for “value” days, $105 for “regular” days and $119 for “peak” days.For the rest of the year, there are 83 value days, mostly Mondays through Thursdays during off-season months or when school is normally in session. There are 142 regular days, covering most weekends and summer days.
And there are 83 peak days that fall on spring break, some summer weekends, and nearly all of December…” “The price for a park hopper ticket, which allows the guest to bounce between the two Anaheim parks, is $155 and will be $155 to $169 starting Sunday. Annual pass prices, which were raised last October, and the fee to park at Disneyland Resort were not increased.”