New word on the streets of Walt Disney World and Disneyland: ticket prices have increased again. The announcement was made yesterday and includes WDW and DL, as well as Preffered Parking options. While you may have heard buzz for the last week or two that Disney MAY up their ticket prices, that generally means that they will – and did. Here’s the scoop on new pricing for all parks including parking, single day tickets, and Annual Passes.
Single Day Park Tickets
Single Day tickets have increased anywhere from $2 to $5. Last year, WDW implemented a tiered ticketing structure in regards to seasons and crowd levels. Also very worthy of note, newly purchased admission tickets will now carry an expiration date, unused or not. Guests will be able to exchange them and receive a credit towards a new ticket purchase of equal or greater value. Nutshell? No more buying tickets well in advance to save them and save money.
Magic Kingdom Single Day Ticket Prices for 2017
Value: $107 (up from $105)
Regular: $115 (up from $110)
Peak: $124. No change here.
2017 Pricing for Epcot, Hollywood Studios, & Animal Kingdom
Disneyland Single Day Ticket Prices for 2017
Value: $107 (up from $95)
Regular: $110 (up from $105)
Peak: $124 (up from $119)
A big jump for Annual Passes at both parks:
Platinum Pass: $779 (up $30)
Platinum Plus – Includes Water Park Admission: $869 (up $40)
Premier Passport (access to both WDW and DL) will remain the same at $1,439.
Premium Parking is another cost that jumped last weekend. To park in the closest theme park lots at Walt Disney World will now cost you $40 instead of $35. Side note: Regular auto parking is still $20 per vehicle.
Did you hear about the increases and purchase tickets? Please let me know in the comment section below!