Guest Parking Prices at Walt Disney World in Florida on the Rise Ahead of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Opening Next Fall

The Walt Disney World Resort has raised its parking prices ahead of the opening next year of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The changes went into effect on Tuesday and affect all four of the main Disney theme parks. The new pricing structure is as follows:

  • Standard Parking went from $22 to $25
  • Preferred Parking went from $45 to $50

Parking remains free at Disney Springs, ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex and Disney’s two water parks. Earlier this spring Walt Disney World announced parking fees for it’s on property overnight guests. The prices range from $13-$24 depending on which resort the guest is staying at.

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