The Walt Disney World Resort is raising prices on February 12, 2017. The move comes as the Disneyland Resort also raises prices for a multitude of its tickets and annual passes. The pricing increases are similar at Walt Disney World to those being instituted at Disneyland.
- One Day Value Ticket for Most Parks – $97 (increase of $2)
- One Day Regular Ticket for Most Parks – $107 (increase of $5)
- One Day Peak Ticket for Most Parks – $119 (increase of $5)
- One Day Regular Ticket for Magic Kingdom – $115 (increase of $5)
- One Day Peak Ticket for Magic Kingdom – $124 (price unchanged)
- Florida Resident Gold Annual Pass – $559 (increase of $10)
- Platinum Annual Pass – $679 (increase of $30)
- Preferred Parking – $40 (increase of $5)
A few other changes will also be taking place in regards to ticket sales at the Walt Disney World Resort. Purchase tickets online or on a phone for a $20 savings for the Magic Your Way bundles from three to ten days in length. All Walt Disney World Resort tickets will now include expiration dates. The “water park fun and more” standalone option will also be eliminated. The combo can still be purchased with a park hopper. Current ticket pricing information can always be found at the Walt Disney World Resort website here: https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/tickets/
What do you think of these price adjustments at the Walt Disney World Resort?
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