There have been a couple of price increases that went into effect today at Walt Disney World that guests should be aware of. The following increases are effective immediately.
To option to add the Park Hopper to a one-day theme park ticket has increased to $60 (up $5 from $55), 2 and 3-day tickets are now $70 (up $5 from $65), and 4-day to 10-day tickets are now $80 (up $5 from $75).
The price for adding the Park Hopper Plus option remains the same at $80 for one day, $90 for 2 and 3-day, and $100 for 4 to 10-day tickets.
Additionally, there has been a change in the price of preferred parking; the cost is now $45 for the regular season and peak season will remain at $50 per day instead of being $50 for all days. The pricing for non-preferred parking will remain unchanged.
Finally, the date-based ticket prices have shown an increase in one-day tickets and multi-day tickets as well. We are working on the specifics currently and will add more details to this post as well as to our Tickets page as soon as possible, but in the meantime, the following is some detailed clarification we received from Disney to help guests understand more.
“There has been no change to the lowest-priced ticket, which starts at $109 for a 1-day base theme park ticket.”
Last October, Walt Disney World Resort introduced a more flexible ticket model where theme park ticket prices vary depending on the date a guest chooses to visit. Disney’s new date-based tickets and pricing is said to help spread guest attendance throughout the year.
A 4-day base theme park ticket starting on July 4 will now cost $9 more per day compared to the previous pricing.
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