Disney will introduce new ticket pricing for its Walt Disney World theme parks on Sunday February 12 2017.
At the Magic Kingdom, a one day visit will increase during the value period from $97 to $99, the regular period to $115 from $100, and the peak period remaining at $124.
At the other theme parks, the regular period will rise $5 to $107, and peak period up to $119 from $114.
Annual Passes will also see an increase, with Florida Resident Gold Passes costing $559, a $10 increase. Platinum Passes, which have no blackout dates, will rise $30 to $679.
Other changes will include a Park Hopper Plus add-on to base Magic Your Way tickets, which includes the ability to visit two or more of the parks on the same day, and a certain number of visits to the water parks and mini golf courses. This new option replaces the Water Park Fun & More which is being discontinued.
All new tickets will have an expiration date, although expired tickets may be exchanged for a credit towards a purchase of a new ticket of equal or greater value.
Premium Parking, which has recently been introduced at all of the parks, will rise from $35 to $40.
Disney will begin offering a $20 discount for purchasing a 3 to 10 Day magic Your Way ticket online.
Check back tomorrow for the full run-down on the new pricing.
Feb 11, 2017 / 2:06pm EST