On February 12, 2017, Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort raised their ticket prices. The new pricing provides Guests a range of options that allow Disney to better manage the demand while making sure to maximize the Guest experience and keep it consistent. As usual, The Walt Disney Comapny stated that the price increase "is reflective of the distinctly Disney offerings found at all of our parks." In addition to that, some ticket options were changed or removed. Continue reading to learn more.


WALT DISNEY WORLD RESORT

Magic Kingdom's single-day tickets:
  • VALUE SEASON: from $105 to $107
  • REGULAR SEASON: from $113 to $115
  • PEAK SEASON: unchanged, $124.
Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, Disney's Animal Kingdom one-day tickets:
  • VALUE SEASON: from $97 to $99
  • REGULAR SEASON: from $102 to $107
  • PEAK SEASON: from $114 to $119
Annual Pass price increase:
  • Florida Resident Gold Passes: from $549 to $559
  • Platinum Passes: from $649 to $679.
Theme park price increase:
Premium Parking price is now $40 (when Disney introduced it, premium parking costed $35).

Other changes to ticket offerings will include the following:
  • All newly-purchased tickets will expire on a specified date. Expired tickets may be exchanged for credit toward new ticket purchases of equal or greater value. Previously-purchased tickets without expiration dates will remain valid until used. Certain exceptions apply.
  • The Water Park Fun & More and Park Hopper bundled add-on will now be known as Park Hopper Plus. As part of this change, Water Park Fun & More will be discontinued as a standalone option.
  • Guests can receive a $20 discount on 3-Day to 10-Day Magic Your Way tickets purchased in advance through Disney (compared to the price sold at the theme park ticket windows or Guest Relations).
On Sunday, February 12, 2017, the new ticket prices became available at disneyworld.com/tickets.

DISNEYLAND RESORT

On February 12, Disneyland Resort raised ticket prices, as well as theme park and hotel parking prices. A single-day value ticket now is $97. Guests can still choose between several annual pass products at varying price points. For example, the entry-level annual pass - the Disney So Cal Select Pass - starts at $339.  After an initial $97 down payment, this pass costs $20 per month if purchased with the monthly payment plan, and gives the passholder 175 days to visit during the year. Disney also currently has a local offer for So Cal residents through May 22 - a three-day ticket with the choice of one park per day for $149, or a Park Hopper ticket for $189.

The new ticket prices can now be viewed online at disneyland.com/tickets.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are you adding expiration dates to your tickets?
Our 1-Day and Florida Resident tickets already include expiration dates, and this adjustment will provide additional consistency to our offerings.

What happens if Guests don’t use tickets before they expire?
If an expired ticket has not been used before, Guests may receive a credit toward a new ticket purchase of equal or greater value by visiting a theme park ticket window (certain exceptions apply).

What happens to tickets that were previously purchased without expiration dates?
Walt Disney World Resort will continue to honor all theme park tickets that did not include expiration dates at the time of purchase. If guests have additional questions about their specific theme park tickets, they can speak with Guest Relations at the theme parks or call (407) 939-1289.

What exactly is Park Hopper Plus and what does it include?
Park Hopper Plus is an add-on to a Magic Your Way base ticket that includes, in addition to the ability to visit two or more of the 4 Walt Disney World Theme Parks on the same day, a certain number of visits to a choice of:
  • Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park
  • Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
  • DisneyQuest (until it closes)
  • Disney’s Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf Course (one round before 4 p.m.)
  • Disney’s Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Course (one round before 4 p.m.)
  • Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course (green fees only)
  • ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex (valid only on event days; some events require an additional fee)

3 Comment(s):

Mikey 719 said...

Why why why. This mean now all parks go up in price as a result.

Anonymous said...

greedy

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