It looks like Walt Disney World ticket prices increased overall. Yesterday, I mentioned how it looked like the single day tickets would increase, but it now appears that all Walt Disney World tickets have increased in price.
As previously mentioned, Disney increased the price of Magic Kingdom single day park tickets by $4 to $99, for those ages 10 and up. In continuing with a precedent set during the last ticket increase, park admission for Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom will continue to cost just a little less. At these three parks, single day tickets now cost $94 for ages 10 and up. That’s also a $4 increase.
Overall, Magic Your Way Base tickets have jumped about $15 per ticket.
It’s not just Magic Your Way tickets that have increased in price. Tickets have increased all around, with minor increases to Park Hoppers, as well as the Water Park Fun and More options – both of which increased in price by $1. The only exception is for those wanting to buy a 2 or 3 day park hopper admission, when in that case, the cost decreased by $10, to $49. Also, the Park Hopper & Water Park Fun & More combined ticket option increased by $2. Finally, the price of the No Expiration option has increased substantially.
This is how the new pricing is structured:
|One Day Theme Park Ticket Options|
|Ticket||Ages 10-up||Ages 3-9|
|1-Day Magic Kingdom Ticket||$99||$93|
|1-Day Epcot or Disney’s Hollywood Studios or Disney’s Animal Kingdom Ticket||$94||$88|
|1-Day Magic Your Way with Park Hopper Ticket||$134||$128|
|1-Day Magic Your Way with Water Park Fun & More Ticket||$154||$148|
|1-Day Magic Your Way with Park Hopper & Water Park Fun & More Ticket||$180||$174|
Base Ticket: One Theme Park per day
Park Hopper: Can enter more than one Theme Park on each day
Water Park Fun and More: Allows guests a specific number of visits (between 2 and 10, depending on the number of days of your ticket) to the Disney Water Parks, DisneyQuest Interactive Theme Park, Disney’s Oak Trail golf course, ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, Disney’s Fantasia Gardens, and Disney’s Winter Summerland.
No Expiration: Allows you to use your tickets at any time, with no expiration date. (Tickets are only good for 14 days after first day’s use, unless this option is purchased.)
If you are looking for a Magic Your Way Multi-Day Ticket purchase, the pricing is as follows:
|Magic Your Way Ticket Options|
|Days On Ticket||Base Ticket||Optional Add-Ons|
|Ages 10-up||Ages 3-9||Park Hopper®||Water Park Fun & More||Park Hopper® & Water Park Fun & More||No Expiration|
|$60||$60 (10 visits)||$86 (10 visits)||$340|
|$60||$60 (9 visits)||$86 (9 visits)||$295|
|$60||$60 (8 visits)||$86 (8 visits)||$270|
|$60||$60 (7 visits)||$86 (7 visits)||$250|
|$60||$60 (6 visits)||$86 (6 visits)||$210|
|$60||$60 (5 visits)||$86 (5 visits)||$160|
|$60||$60 (4 visits)||$86 (4 visits)||$100|
|$49||$60 (3 visits)||$86 (3 visits)||$50|
|$49||$60 (2 visits)||$86 (2 visits)||$40|
In addition, we see an increase in Annual Pass price:
- The Annual Pass price increased by $25, to $634. This pass gets you into all four theme parks (hopping is permitted) for 365 consecutive days.
- A Premium Annual Pass now costs $754, also an increase of $25. This pass gets you into all four theme parks (with hopping), Disney’s two water parks, Disney’s Oak Trail golf course, DisneyQuest, and ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
There is no separate adult and child pricing for Annual Passes, so these prices apply to anyone age 3 or higher.
Disney’s last Walt Disney World ticket increase just happened in June, a mere 8 months ago.
If you’re looking for tickets, remember that our Price Comparison Tool can help you find the least expensive tickets for your particular needs. Prices there are updated each night. Sometimes when Disney increases ticket prices, third-party resellers continue to sell their “old stock” of tickets at the old prices while supplies last, so you may be able to snag some lower priced tickets if you act soon.