Planning a trip to Walt Disney World? Then you’ll want to be aware of the most recent ticket price increases and changes.
These increases affect the following areas: date-based tickets (which you can read about here), multi-park tickets for select dates, water park annual passes, and additionally, a new model for optional preferred parking.
In October 2018, Disney introduced a new ticket purchasing option based on dates of visit, with more popular dates given higher pricing for a per-day ticket.
You can read all about it here; but the new pricing as of today brings a peak period 1 day-base theme park ticket (specifically from Christmas to Day through New Year’s Eve) to $159.
Note that some of the value dates remain at the current $109 price as of press time.
Certain peak periods (such as those starting July 4th) have also seen a $9 per day increase for 4-day tickets.
Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach Water Park are Disney World’s two water parks. The water park Annual Pass has increased from $130 to $139.
Note that Annual Passes for the four main theme parks have not changed in price.
The preferred parking option has also seen a change. This elective option, which grants guests closer parking to park entrances, has moved to a two-tier model, also date-based. Preferred parking is $45 per day for regular season, and $50 for peak season.
Standard parking is unchanged.
Read more about Disney World’s date-based ticket pricing here.
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