Disneyland raised its ticket and annual pass prices, the Walt Disney World Resort also raised its annual pass prices.On the same day that
Disney World last raised its annual pass prices in June, but the Florida resort hasn't experienced the same dip in attendance as California did, which is perhaps a reason why Disney felt that it could raise prices on the east coast quicker than it did at Disneyland, where the last price increase came 13 months ago.
Still, like at Disneyland, this year's price increase at Walt Disney World is significantly less than last year's, which saw prices jump up to 25%. This year's increases ran between 6 and 7 percent for out-of-state pass buyers and up to 6 percent for Florida residents. Several APs saw no price change for Florida residents.
Non-Florida resident prices:
Florida resident prices:
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As we reported earlier this morning, the price for Disney's two-coast Premier Pass, which covers both Disneyland and Walt Disney World, increased from $2099 to $2199, a 5 percent increase.
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