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Walt Disney World Ticket Prices Increase Beginning February 2017

It’s that time again… time for another increase in ticket prices at Walt Disney World. Beginning February 12, one day at the Magic Kingdom will cost $99 during Value Season (up from $97), $115 during the Regular period (up from $110) and Peak period will hold at $124.

And the three remaining parks, prices will increase $5, making it $107 for Regular periods and $119 for Peak periods.

The Water Park Fun & More add-on is being discontinued in favor of the Park Hopper Plus, which includes park hopping as well as access to water parks and mini-golf courses.

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Premium Parking will increase from $35 to $40.

However, Disney will also begin offering a $20 discount on 3-10 day Magic Your Way tickets.

Annual Passes will see an increase as well, with Florida Resident Gold Passes increasing to $559 and Platinum Passes to $679.

The official announcement from Disney points to many of the new additions coming to the Parks to justify the increase, such as Pandora – The World of Avatar in Animal Kingdom, and Star Wars Land in Hollywood Studios. The price increases are nominal and it’s doubtful that a few extra dollars per day will noticeably impact park attendance.

What are your thoughts on the latest increase? Discuss it in the forums!

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