Beginning today, Sunday, February 11, 2018, Walt Disney World is raising the price of both park tickets and Annual Passes. Rumors began to swirl online that this change was imminent, but today it was made official.
A single day park to the Magic Kingdom will increase on Value days from $107 to $109, on a Regular day from $115 to $119, and on a Peak day from $124 to $129. Single day tickets to Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom will increase on Value days from $99 to $102, on Regular days from $107 to $114, and on Peak days from $119 to $122.
Park Hoppers will be increasing on Value days from $162 to $164, on Regular days from $170 to $174, and on Peak days from $174 to $184.
Multi-Day Park tickets will be increasing as well. A 2-day ticket will increase from $199 to $209, a 3-day ticket will increase from $289 to $305, and Florida Residents will see an increase from $199 to $209, a 4-day ticket will increase from $350 to $380, and for Florida Residents will increase from $219 to $229, and lastly a 5-day ticket will increase from $370 to $395.
Park hopper options have increased as well. A 2-day park hopper ticket has increased to $274.00, and a 3-day park hopper ticket has increased to $370.00. A 2-day park hopper plus ticket has increased to $299.00, and a 3-day park hopper plus has increased to $395.00.
Walt Disney World Annual Passes have also increased in price. Purchasing a new Disney Silver Pass has increased from $419 to $439. A new Disney Gold Pass has increased from $559 to $589. A new Disney Platinum Pass has increased from $779 to $849. The Disney Platinum Pass for Florida Residents has increased from $679 to $729. A Disney Platinum Plus Pass will increase in price from $869 to $949. The Disney Platinum Plus Pass for Florida Residents will increase from $769 to $829.
Lastly, a Disney Premier Passport, which grants guests excess to the parks at the Walt Disney World Resort and the Disneyland Resort has increased from $1,439 to $1,579.
For the full list of updated pricing on all Walt Disney World tickets click HERE!
If you’re disappointed about the pricing increase be sure to visit the Official Ticket Center, an official sponsor of The DIS, as they will still have tickets available at the old prices for about ten days (February 21, 2018)!
Parking at Walt Disney World has also increased in price to $22.00, and preferred parking is now $45.00.
In addition to ticket prices increasing there has also been an increase in cost to the Minnie Van service from $20 to $25. Park locker rentals have also increased, and when we know exact pricing details on those changes we will report on them immediately.
Stephen "Steve" Porter started going to the parks with his family in 1996. Since then he hasn't looked back! Steve was a cast member participating in the Disney College Program in 2013. Most recently he graduated from Penn State University!