Ticket prices are going up at Disneyland, Walt Disney World

Walt Disney Parks and Resorts tomorrow (February 12, 2017) will raise ticket and some annual pass prices at the Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts.

One-day tickets to Walt Disney World and Disneyland theme parks will continue to vary by season, with three different prices offered, based on anticipated crowd levels at the parks. A one-day ticket to the Magic Kingdom now will cost $107, $115, or $124 dollars. That’s a $2 increase for low-demand days, a $5 increase for average days, and no change for peak days.

One-day tickets to Disney World’s other three parks — Epcot, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios — will cost $99, $107, or $119. That’s an increase of $2 for the low-demand days and $5 for the other days.

Walt Disney World annual pass prices also will increase, with Gold Florida resident passes going up $10 to $559 and unrestricted Platinum passes rising $30 to $679.

And starting tomorrow, Walt Disney World will offer $20 discounts on three- to 10-day tickets when purchased online. This is the first time that Disney’s offered a regular discount for online ticket purchases through its website, something that’s long been available from competitors Universal and SeaWorld in Orlando.

At the Disneyland Resort, one-day tickets to either Disneyland or Disney California Adventure will now cost $97, $110, or $124, up $2 for low-demand days and $5 for other days.

SoCal Select and SoCal annual passes go up $10, to $339 and $469, respectively. Deluxe APs go up $20, to $619. But the prices of Signature, Signature Plus and two-coast Premier passes will remain unchanged.

Parking at the Disneyland Resort goes up $2, to $20 a day. And monthly payment plans remain available for local residents, despite rumors that Disney would eliminate that option and require payment in full for APs.


Originally published on Theme Park Insider by Robert Niles on February 11, 2017

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