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.
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.
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