Disney World slowly raising Theme Park Ticket Pricing

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Earlier this morning we reported how the 2022 Disney World Vacation packages were now available for booking. I was so excited I went online and started to price out some times of the year I like to visit.

When I looked at the prices for Theme Park Tickets I noticed that they seem a little higher in 2022 than in 2021 which piqued my curiosity. I was surprised to see they jumped up quite a bit around the fall of 2021, I remember the days when they used to be under $100…

Let’s take a look at some of my findings:

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So a 1 day single park ticket in March of 2021 ranges from $126 up to $140.

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While a Park Hopper ticket goes from $191 all the way up to $205. That is for just 1 day!!!

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Now keep in mind with Disney the more days you book the lower your ticket will cost. Here is a screenshot of single-day ticket savings.

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Here is the Park Hopper breakdown for multiple days.

So like always the longer you stay the more the savings will be.

Related – Walt Disney World Resort 2022 Vacation Packages Now Available!

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With 2022 options now available I started to work ahead month by month.

To save you from scrolling through screenshots I am just going to put these in list form cause I love a good list.

While I know some months are considered peak months and pricing always will fluctuate in those months I just want to give you an idea of ticket prices for each month.

  • April 2021 – Base Ticket from $115 – $140 / Park Hopper $191 – $205
  • May 2021 – Base Ticket from $109 – $136 / Park Hopper $174 – $201
  • June 2021 – Base Ticket from $126 – $132 / Park Hopper $185 – $201
  • July 2021 – Base Ticket from $126 – $132 / Park Hopper $191 – $197
  • August 2021 – Base Ticket from $109 – $132 / Park Hopper $174- $197
  • September 2021 -Base Ticket from $109 – $126 / Park Hopper $174 – $203

Right about here is when prices slowly start to go up

  • October 2021 – Base Ticket from $126 – $143 / Park Hopper $198 – $208
  • November 2021 – Base Ticket from $133 – $150 / Park Hopper $198 – $215
  • December 2021 – Base Ticket from $117 – $150 / Park Hopper $198 – $224
  • January 2022 – Base Ticket from $115 – $140 / Park Hopper $182 – $215
  • February 2022 – Base Ticket from $119 – $145 / Park Hopper $184 – $210
  • March 2022 – Base Ticket from $133 – $143 / Park Hopper $198 – $208

So as you can see Disney World Base & Park Hopper ticket options are slowly getting more expensive. I checked ahead on the Disney World Ticket website for 2022 and the highest price I saw was $217 for Park Hopper and $159 for Base Ticket.

Related – Disney World Extends Park Pass Reservations through 2023

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As you can tell through my findings the pricing is slowly going up. When we post Theme Park News on the Chip and Co Facebook page the biggest complaint we see is how the Cost keeps going up but the Extras are going down.

Many C&C fans want to see Disney bring back the Dining Plan & Fastpass which are fan favorites. With Disney World not raising capacity anytime soon past 35% and ticket prices going up are you still planning on visiting?

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2 thoughts on “Disney World slowly raising Theme Park Ticket Pricing

  1. It does not surprise me that the prices are going up in Oct. 2021 with the big anniversary. What makes me upset is the refusal to sell NEW APs. We’ve been DVC members for 25 yrs, waited all this time to be able to move to FL and get AP and enjoy Disney when we want. Now that we live here, they aren’t selling them! The FL 4 day resident ticket is not much of a discount and has limitations.

  2. If you have been to Disney lately you will find the experience more pleasant. Less people shorter wait times make the experience how it Should be. When there are tons of people it loses its magic. I am happy to pay more for this experience.

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