Disney announces ticket and parking price increases at Disneyland and Walt Disney World
Published: June 1, 2013 at 11:02 AM
No, it's not filled with money. But soon...
And for the first time in the United States, Disney's priced a one-day ticket at one of its theme parks above the price of a one-day ticket at other parks in the same resort. A single-day visit to the Magic Kingdom will cost $5 more than visiting one of the other Disney World theme parks, starting tomorrow, for those rare individuals who do not buy a multi-day pass to the WDW theme parks.
Here are some of the new prices you'll pay, starting Sunday.
At Walt Disney World
- A one-day, one-park rises from $89 to $95 for the Magic Kingdom, and to $90 for the other parks
- A four-day base ticket (one park per day) rises from $256 to $279
- A 10-day base ticket rises from $318 to $339
- Adding the park-hopper option to your pass rises $2 per ticket (regardless of the number of days on your ticket), from $57 to $59
- A four-park Annual Pass rises from $574 to $609 for non-Florida residents and from $425 to $464 for Florida residents
- A one-day one-park ticket rises from $87 to $92
- A one-day park hopper ticket rises from $125 to $137
- The SoCal Select Annual Pass rises from $269 to $279
- SoCal Annual Pass rises from $329 to $359
- Deluxe Annual Pass rises from $469 to $499
- Premium Annual Pass rises from $649 to $669 (no blockout days, parking included)
- The parking add-on for non-Premium APs goes from $129 to $139
- The AP blockout day ticket goes from $70 to $84
The one-day parking fee will rise $1 on both coasts, to $15 at Walt Disney World and $16 at Disneyland.
The biggest price increase, 15 percent, is reserved for Disney's high-roller fans, as the two-resort Premiere Pass, good for 12 months at all Walt Disney World and Disneyland theme parks, raises $130 to $979.