Walt Disney World announced it is raising the prices of daily tickets, as well as annual passes and parking fees, effective Sunday, February 11, 2018.
The cost increase on one-day one-park tickets will vary according to season and park, going up as much as $7 a ticket.
LEGOLAND Florida has announced they are now offering four annual pass options, starting at $99.99, and each type has zero blackout dates.
Plus, guests who purchase the Awesome, Awesomer and Awesomest Annual Pass will receive an all-new, exclusive lanyard indicating their pass member status.
Here are all the details on the new passes:
This week Universal Orlando raised the price of all three of its annual passes, with the increase adding an extra $10-$20 to the cost.
The Florida Resident Power Pass now costs $234.99, which is a $20 increase in the pass price. This pass has black-out dates.
With the start of a new year, SeaWorld Orlando, Busch Gardens Tampa, Aquatica Orlando, and Adventure Island Tampa Bay are banding together to offer new savings to both visitors and Florida residents.
For visitors, the new “Choose Your Adventure” ticket option allows guests to enjoy multiple visits to all four parks, and the more they visit, the more they save:
Starting today, Walt Disney World annual passes are undergoing a massive reconstruction that includes higher prices.
Gone are the Seasonal, Premium, and standard passes. Seasonal is now called Silver, the regular pass will now be Gold or Platinum , and the premium will be Platinum Plus.
One of the best ways to enjoy SeaWorld Orlando is with an annual pass, and now through November 2, families can get 50% off annual passes for kids 9 and under.
Buy one full-paid Adult Annual Pass for $156, and you can get the kid’s annual pass for only $78. You can also upgrade to a annual pass that includes a year’s admission to Aquatica Orlando. Cost is $180 for adults and $90 for kids 9 and under.
This deal is not available with EZpay passes, so the full amount will be due at purchase.
For more information, visit SeaWorldOrlando.com.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex has begun offering a new three-tiered annual pass program that will allow guests to choose the experience that is best for them.
The new tiered annual pass structure and benefits are as follows:
Discovery Pass – $75 plus tax for adults, $60 plus tax for children ages 3-11
· Unlimited admission for one year
· 10 percent off admission tickets for up to six guests per visit
· A Discovery Pass lanyard
· The Visitor Complex newsletter
Atlantis Pass – $89 plus tax for adults, $71 plus tax for children ages 3-11
· All Discovery Pass benefits
· Free parking
· 10 percent off souvenirs
· 10 percent off food and beverage
· 10 percent off Astronaut Training Experience® and Camp KSC®
· Exclusive special events and privileges
· An Atlantis Pass lanyard
Explorer VIP Pass – $139 plus tax adults and children
· All Atlantis and Discovery Pass benefits
· One free KSC Up-close tour
· One free Lunch with an Astronaut
· A free collectible souvenir
· An Explorer Pass lanyard
Guests who have purchased the previous Commander’s Club annual pass within the last year will continue to receive those benefits through the expiration date of their pass. The Commander’s Club pass sold for $75.
For more information on Kennedy Space Center Complex, please visit KennedySpaceCenter.com.