This week Disney has announced increases to Walt Disney World park tickets. This is something that usually happens one or twice a year. It is a controversial topic that usually brings out a lot of anger in guests who feel Disney is pricing out average income families. See below for the new pricing information.
Park Hopper Passes have all increased $5
- One day passes are increasing to $60 from $55
- 2 and 3 day tickets are increasing to $70 from $65
- 4 to 10 day passes are increasing to $80 from $75
- The park hopper plus option will remain as is
Park tickets – due to the most recent pricing structure at Disney (ticket pricing based off the date that you go) it is hard to give exact prices, but below is what I do know.
- The lowest price option will not change, which starts at $109 for a 1-day base ticket
- Starting on July 4th 4-day park tickets will increase $9 per day
- Pricing for the busiest week of the year, Christmas to New Years Eve, will increase to $159 for a 1-day base ticket which is $30 higher than the previous pricing
Preferred Parking – a couple of years ago Disney started offering prefered parking spots for an addition $25 ($45 total). This got you a spot closer to the park entrance.
- Prices for preferred parking will now be $45 for regular season and $50 for peak days instead of $50 for all days. Regular parking will remain the same.
With the news about Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge I am not surprised we are seeing price increases again. I know it upsets a lot of people but I personally can understand the need. What are your thoughts on these price increases?