Disney Has Increased Theme Park Ticket Prices

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It’s that time of year again… It’s time for Disney to increase their theme park ticket prices. As of today, Disney has increased theme park ticket prices at both the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and the Disneyland Resort in California.

For the first time, Disney will charge more for a one-day ticket to the Magic Kingdom than the other three theme parks. A one-day Magic Kingdom ticket will now cost $95 for adults and children ages 10 years and above. For children ages 3 to 9, these tickets will cost $89. A one-day ticket for any of the other parks costs $90.

More details below…

“Like any business, we evaluate and adjust our pricing based on a variety of factors,” Disney spokesman Bryan Malenius said Saturday. “A ticket to our theme parks represents a great value, particularly when you look at the breadth and quality of attractions and entertainment we offer and the special moments guests experience with our cast.”

Multiday tickets passes can still be used at any theme park for one set price. As always, the amount will vary depending on the number of days purchased. Parking at the theme parks has also increased to $15 per day. The Disney World park hopper option has also increased from $57 per ticket to $59 per ticket. The cost of annual passes also rose with these changes today.

You can now find information on the different ticket pricing on our Walt Disney World Resort ticket page andDisneyland Resort page.

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Disney Has Increased Theme Park Ticket Prices

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8 thoughts on “Disney Has Increased Theme Park Ticket Prices

  1. Shame..pretty soon, it’ll cost less to fly my whole family to Hawaii..if it’s not already. This definitely gives me pause to consider other vacation ideas.

  2. Yes it sucks that prices are going up but considering the nation is in the toilet and ALL prices are going up why shouldn’t Disney try keep up? How much do you think it costs for them to keep the magic going to the degree that they do? Honestly, it isn’t that big of an increase and multi day tickets haven’t changed!

  3. I have to say that for all the people that think Disney is the ONLY theme park to charge high prices for admission, you are sadly mistaken. If you look at ANY of the MAJOR theme parks in our nation (Seaworld, Universal, Six Flags, Busch Gardens and Disney)- their prices are anywhere from $60-95, of course if you live in-state of said theme park, the price will reflect a resident discount except for Disney since FL residents don’t get a discount on single day tickets anymore. Yes, Disney is the highest price of those choices with Universal being a very close second, at $92 for a single day ticket to one park, if you want to go to the two parks it’s over $100. Do I hate that Disney has raised their prices AGAIN, yes.. will it ever stop them from doing it, probably not. Get upset that they are raising the prices but don’t be blind to the fact that other parks raise their prices right along with them. Universal just had a ticket increase too and I am sure Seaworld and all the other theme parks will follow suit shortly. Those too will become over priced and hard for families to afford.. make no mistake about it. Having said ALL that- there are several ways that you can cut down on costs while at Disney- just ask a Disney addict to point them out to you. :o) I know that my souviener budget has been greatly decreased since I have to off-set the cost of my addiction to the parks somehow. 🙂

  4. Just go and stay at a hotel and visit downtown Disney instead or one of the other theme parks where they offer discounts. Disney, this is HORRIBLE that you keep raising prices! Look around at ho many single income families there are and the way the economy is now in America. Sounds like this is no longer “the happiest place on earth”, since people can’t afford to go there anymore!

  5. 🙁 By the time you drive there spend the gas money, $ on food and stuff to take home you’re at 300+ per person.. This is why i havent been for a while.. sad

  6. That is AWFUL. Shame on you Disney. I for one, am going through major decrease in money, I am poor, so I will never be able to go. They should lower it based on the economy. They make a fortune on food and merchandise. They do not need 95.00 admission. people will go to Dollywood instead where you can get a SEASON PASS for $89!!!!!! I sure can never go at that price!!! most park charge under $50 a day. you are being very greedy!!!

  7. Have they forgotten what kind of shape our country is in financially?? We are “planning” to go next fall. It’s going to take everything I have to save for our family of 6 to go. We are a one income family and I am disappointed in their reasoning…they sound so arrogant.

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