Effective tomorrow single day and annual passes at Walt Disney World and Disneyland are increasing. Please remember this change does not effect guests who have already purchased their one-day tickets and will go into effect at the parks tomorrow.
At Walt Disney World one-day Value tickets for Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom will be $99, an increase of $2, Regular one-day tickets will be $107 and Peak one-day tickets will be $119.Per the Orlando Sentinel Magic Kingdom one-day tickets “will rise for value and regular seasons, but the peak price will remain unchanged at $124. A mid-tier ticket will rise to $115 from $110.” Annual pass increases will include a $10 increase to the Gold AP, which can only be purchased by Florida residents and select DVC members, will be $559, and the Platinum AP, which is available to anyone, will be $679 a $30 increase. The only rate increase currently confirmed for the Platinum AP is the Florida resident purchase rate, if we get more information on non-Resident rate we will update this article!
Guests will no loner be able to purchase the standalone Water Park Fun and More option, this option will only be available when purchased with a park hopper. Regular parking will not be increased, but preferred parking will be raised by $5 a car making it $40 a day.
Per the Orlando Sentinel “Also starting Sunday: Visitors buying tickets online or on their phones can save $20 on Magic Your Way bundles from three to 10 days. SeaWorld and Universal Orlando also charge less for online purchases.
And all tickets will have expiration dates starting Sunday, not just single-day tickets. The dates will vary.”
At Disneyland a $2 increase will be seen on Value one-day tickets making them $97, a $5 increase will be applied to Regular and Peak one-day tickets bringing them to $110 and $124. Southern California Select passes will be $339 and Southern California passes will be $469. Deluxe passes will be $619, a $20 increase. Other passes not mentioned will not see an increase per the Orange County Register. Parking at Disneyland is raising from $18 a day to $20 a day.
Keep an eye on TMSM tomorrow for more information, Annual Pass renewal rates, and price comparisons! Contact our Travel Partner Pirate and Mermaid Vacations today for all of your Disney travel and ticket needs!
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