Walt Disney World Raises Prices for Annual Passes Ahead of ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’ Opening

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Starting today, prices for almost all Walt Disney World annual passes have gone up substantially for both Florida Residents and out-of-state residents.

Here are the prices increases per Florida Resident pass:

  • Disney Water Parks After 2 Annual Pass – now $89, up from $79 (a $10 increase)
  • Water Parks Pass – now $139, up from $130 (a $9 increase)
  • Epcot After 4 Pass – now $309, up from $289 (a $30 increase)
  • Silver Pass – now $519, up from $479 (a $40 increase)
  • Gold Pass – now $699, up from $609 (a $90 increase)
  • Platinum Pass – now $899, up from $749 (a $150 increase)
  • Platinum Plus Pass – now $999, up from $849 (a $150 increase)

And for out-of-state residents:

  • Platinum Pass – now $1119, up from $894 (a $225 increase)
  • Platinum Plus Pass – now $1219, up from $994 (a $225 increase)

Finally the ultimate Disney Premier Passport, which offers Walt Disney World and Disneyland admission is now $2099, up from $1949 (a $150 increase).

This price increase comes in advance of the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, opening in August 2019.

It also comes a day after Disney announced Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge previews opportunities for pass holders that are Platinum and above.

The last time Disney significantly raised prices on annual passes was back in October 2018.

What do you think of the price increases? Will this prevent you from becoming a pass holder or from renewing the passes you do have?

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