Walt Disney World ticket prices are increasing. Again.
The new date-based ticket pricing we discussed back in October kicks into gear. Price increase kick into effect today, so that trip to the magic might cost you a little more… if you’re just going for one day, that is.
Here’s what you can expect…
- 1 day ticket during a peak period is now $159 specifically for 1-day base theme park tickets between Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve, one of the busiest weeks of the year.
- 4 day ticket in the summer will now cost $9 more per day for select periods (for example: a starting date of July 4).
- A single day ticket, in the lowest priced date range, remains unchanged at $109.
- The water park Annual Pass has increased by $9 from $130 to $139
Standard parking remains unchanged, but preferred parking now has two tiers. In regular season, preferred parking is $45, and peak tier preferred parking is $50 per day. Preferred parking was previously a flat rate of $50.
Making Sense of Disney’s New Date-Based Ticket Pricing
Disney’s new date-based ticket pricing is still pretty confusing for many. To learn about Walt Disney World’s new ticket pricing structure, check out our FAQ here.
[Hat Tip: WDW Magic, Chip and Co.]
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