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.
Walt Disney World announced it is increasing single-day/single-park ticket prices starting today, February 12, 2017.
Effective this week, Universal Orlando is charging higher prices at the gate for one-day tickets under their new Seasonal Pricing policy.
Normally one-day/one-park tickets are $105 for adults and $100 for children, but since the parks have entered their busysummer season, a one-day/one-park ticket at the gate will now set you back $119 for adults and $114 for children.
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.
Starting today, February 22, Walt Disney World daily tickets will cross the $100 barrier, as the theme park once again raises prices.
It’s been almost exactly a year since the last ticket increase, but Disney officially confirmed what had been rumor for several weeks: one-day ticket prices to Magic Kingdom will now be a record $105 plus tax.
Prices at the other three WDW parks are also increasing, but they will stay under the triple digits at $97 for a one-day/one-park ticket.
By comparison, ten years ago, a one-day/one-park ticket cost less than $60.