Walt Disney World Ticket Prices Increased Beginning Today


As usual, February means a ticket price increase for Walt Disney World.

The tiered pricing by peak and value will continue this year.


At the gate, one-day Magic Kingdom ticket is now $119 (was $115.) A value time ticket will now be $109 (up from $107) and a Peak time ticket is now $129 (was $124.) So not too terrible.

For Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Hollywood Studios, the one-day ticket is $114 (up from $107.) The Value time option is $102 (up from $99) and a Peak time ticket is $122 (up from $119.)

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Annual passes have increased as well

Florida resident Platinum Pass is now $729 (was $679,) Gold Pass is $589 (was $559) and Silver Pass is now $439 (was $419)

Non-Florida Residents will pay $949 for Platinum Pass Plus and $849 for Platinum Pass.


Tickets are not all that increased. Parking is up $2 a day now to $22 and up $5 for preferred to $45.

Disney has also announced they will sell “date-specific multi-date tickets” sometime soon. More details on that when we have them.

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