Today Walt Disney World increased ticket prices.
For those who are unaware, the Walt Disney World Resort uses date-based ticket pricing. With this system, Guests can purchase tickets using an interactive online calendar that displays different ticket prices based on the dates that Guests choose to visit the parks.
The starting price for a one-day ticket still remains at $109, and the most you’ll spend on a one-day ticket is still $159. A 10-day ticket now ranges from $52 per day to $67 per day.
Adding the Park Hopper option now increases the ticket price by $65-85 (an increase of $5), depending on ticket length. Here is the breakdown:
- $65 per ticket for 1-day tickets
- $75 per ticket for 2 to 3-day tickets
- $85 per ticket for 4 to 10-day tickets
To add the Park Hopper Plus option, it’s $20 more than the Park Hopper on its own. (Park Hopper Plus gets you access to the water parks, Wide World of Sports, Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course, Footgolf, NBA Experience, and the two mini golf courses.)
- $85 per ticket for 1-day tickets
- $95 per ticket for 2 to 3-day tickets
- $105 per ticket for 4 to 10-day tickets
To purchase tickets, Guests will need to first choose the number of days they are looking to visit the parks. They will also need to choose the date they want their tickets to start (the first day you want to use your tickets) using an online interactive calendar. The calendar shows per-day pricing based on your start date and the length of ticket you will be purchasing.
Once your start date is selected, you’ll see the total cost for your tickets, as well as the date range for how long you’ll have to use your tickets. (The period of validity ranges from 4 days for 2-day tickets to 14 days for 10-day tickets, plus one additional day if you opt for Park Hopper Plus.) You’ll then be able to choose how many adult and child tickets to purchase. You can also choose to add on the Park Hopper, which allows you to go from park to park on the same day.
If by chance you need to change your tickets, you can do that! If you need to make any changes like a different date, upgrade to a Park Hopper, or add days to your ticket, you can easily do that, as long as it’s prior to the start date you selected. While there is not a specific change fee, you will have to pay any additional costs for tickets that cost more than what you initially paid. Also note that if you change to a day that actually offers cheaper tickets, you don’t get a refund or credit.
If you want to get the best price for your Walt Disney World tickets, make sure to check out our Ticket Calculator. Often third-party ticket vendors have the ability to sell at “old” prices for a limited period of time after Disney increases its prices, so now is the time to buy if you need tickets for a trip that starts in 2020.