Walt Disney World is raising their ticket prices, which happens annually now, and the announcement came on the morning of Saturday, June 1, 2013. Putting into perspective how things will look, a one-day, one-park ticket will cost $89 which is up $4 from last year. The new prices will go into effect as of Sunday, June 2, 2013.
Last year, the prices were raised in the on almost the exact same day. It was only a matter of time before Disney did it this year too as it happens annually now. Below are the new prices for all Walt Disney World tickets and passes.
Let it be known that a single-day pass for Magic Kingdom will now be higher than the other three Walt Disney World theme parks. A one-day ticket to Magic Kingdom will be $95 for an adult and $89 for children.
One-day tickets Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom will be $90 each for adults and $84 each for children.
*These prices also do not include sales tax.*
Child Ages: 3-9
Magic Your Way Base Ticket Prices
- Two-Day Adult: $184
- Three-Day Adult: $262
- Four-Day Adult: $279
- Five-Day Adult: $289
- Six-Day Adult: $299
- Seven-Day Adult: $309
- Eight-Day Adult: $319
- Nine-Day Adult: $329
- Ten-Day Adult: $339
- Two-Day Child: $172
- Three-Day Child: $244
- Four-Day Child: $260
- Five-Day Child: $270
- Six-Day Adult: $280
- Seven-Day Child : $290
- Eight-Day Child: $300
- Nine-Day Child: $310
- Ten-Day Child: $320
There will be some added on pricing to figure in if you want to choose additional options.
- Park Hopper: $59
- Water Park Fun & More: $59
- Park Hopper and Water Park Fun: $84
- No Expiration: This optional add-on is not available for the one-day passes, but can vary in price for the others from $35 for a two-day ticket all the way up to $325 for a ten-day.
Now we’ll move on to the Annual Passes which allow you access into the parks year round. The ticket prices listed below do not include sales tax. Annual Passes are set to rise by $35 as the cost for both adult and child passes will go from $574 to $609.
The Premium Annual Pass will go up to $729.
For full Florida resident pricing and any other details needed in dealing with any of the theme park tickets, please check out the Disney Parks Blog for their full preview.
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