Confirmed: Disney Raises Ticket Prices

Anonymouse is right once again.  In January she warned us about ticket prices going up at Walt Disney World and Disneyland.   Inside sources have now confirmed the probability of an increase during the month of February.

Based on the information, a 1-day base ticket for the Magic Kingdom will be priced at $105.00 (plus tax), with Hollywood Studios, Epcot, or Animal Kingdom at $99.00 (plus tax). Changes to the water park-hopper and no expiration ticket options have not been confirmed.

Similar increases are expected at Disneyland as well, with price increments similar to the last increase.

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