Disney announces ticket and parking price increases at Disneyland and Walt Disney World
Written by Robert Niles
Disney announced substantial price increases for admission tickets and annual passes at both Walt Disney World and the Disneyland Resorts, effective tomorrow. (So buy today if you're planning a trip soon!) Prices will rise from one to 15 percent.
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
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.
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