New multi-day Disney World ticket pricing and Park Hopper Plus option

Feb 12, 2017 in "Ticket - Magic Your Way Ticket"

Posted: Sunday February 12, 2017 7:39am EST by WDWMAGIC Staff

Here is a look at the new 2017 multi day ticket pricing, including tax. A $20 (before tax) discount can be had on 3 days or longer for buying tickets in advance from Disney, the pricing listed here is for purchasing at ticket windows or guest relations.

With the Park Hopper Plus Option, Guests can visit more than one theme park on the same day and are entitled to additional visits to the following other gated attractions:

  • Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park
  • Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
  • DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park until closure in the summer
  • Disney's Oak Trail Golf Course (greens fees for one round of golf)
  • ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex (valid only on event days, some events require an additional charge)
  • Disney’s Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf Course (one round before 4:00 PM)
  • Disney’s Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Course (one round before 4:00 PM)

Tickets Expire 14 days from first use, and issued tickets expire on 12/31/2018.

2 Day Park Tickets

2 Day - Adult $211.94, Child $199 - 2016 pricing was Adult $215.16, Child $202.35
2 Day Hopper - Adult $275.84, Child $263.06 - 2016 pricing was Adult $273.71, Child $260.93
2 Day with Park Hopper Plus Option - Adult $291.81, Child $279.03

3 Day Park Tickets

3 Day - Adult $329.09, Child $309.92 - 2016 pricing was Adult $308.85, Child $289.68
3 Day Hopper - Adult $392.99, Child $373.82 - 2016 pricing was Adult $367.43, Child $348.26
3 Day with Park Hopper Plus Option - Adult $408.96, Child $389.79

4 Day Park Tickets

4 Day - Adult $394.05, Child $372.75 - 2016 pricing was Adult $346.13, Child $324.83
4 Day Hopper - Adult $473.93, Child $452.63 - 2016 pricing was Adult $419.61, Child $398.31
4 Day with Park Hopper Plus - Adult $489.90, Child $468.60

5 Day Park Tickets

5 Day - Adult $415.35, Child $394.05 - 2016 pricing was Adult $362.10, Child $340.80
5 Day Hopper - Adult $495.23, Child $473.93 - 2016 pricing was Adult $435.59, Child $414.29
5 Day with Park  Hopper Plus Option - Adult $511.20, Child $489.90

6 Day Park Tickets

6 Day - Adult $436.65, Child $415.35 - 2016 pricing was Adult $378.08, Child $356.78
6 Day Hopper - Adult $516.53, Child $495.23 - 2016 pricing was Adult $451.56, Child $430.26
6 Day with Park Hopper Plus Option - Adult $532.50, Child $511.20

7 Day Park Tickets

7 Day - Adult $457.95, Child $436.65 - 2016 pricing was Adult $394.05, Child $372.75
7 Day Hopper - Adult $537.83, Child $516.53 -  2016 pricing was Adult $467.54, Child $446.24
7 Day with Park Hopper Plus Option - Adult $553.80, Child $532.50

8 Day Park Tickets

8 Day - Adult $468.60, Child $447.30 - 2016 pricing was Adult $404.70, Child $383.40
8 Day Hopper - Adult $548.48, Child $527.18 - 2016 pricing was Adult $478.19, Child $456.89
8 Day with Park Hopper Plus Option - Adult $564.45, Child $543.15

9 Day Park Tickets

9 Day -  Adult $479.25, Child $457.95 - 2016 pricing was Adult $415.35, Child $394.05
9 Day Hopper - Adult $559.13, Child $537.83 - 2016 pricing was Adult $488.84, Child $467.54
9 Day with Park Hopper Plus Option - Adult $575.10, Child $553.80

10 Day Park Tickets

10 Day - Adult $489.90, Child $468.60 - 2016 pricing was Adult $426, Child $404.70
10 Day Hopper - Adult $569.78, Child $548.48 - 2016 pricing was Adult $499.49, Child $478.19
10 Day with Park Hopper Plus Option - Adult $585.75, Child $564.45

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matt9112Apr 23, 2017

What I would do for the 1993 price.

matt9112Apr 23, 2017

Clearly they are trying to prevent you from park hopping back to MK...its no secret that's where everyone goes back too. I look at it as crowd control.

matt9112Apr 23, 2017

My renewal thing mentioned it still so maybe?

ford91exploderApr 23, 2017

Well from @WDW1974 we know the value/moderate/deluxe concept is going away in the next couple of years already with pricing based on park proximity We also know that Disney plans to monetize FP from the recent annoucement that they will be selling mobile FP at DL. FP I think will in some limited sense remain 'free' for onsite guests only. I can imagine two classes of FP one free and chargeable 'premium' FP for things like re-rides and 'preferred' times. For offsite guests i think FP will be chargeable so as to drive the guests to WDW lodging/AP. Just my thoughts on where Disney is going based on current actions

HauntedMansionFLAApr 23, 2017

I believe there will be a lot of changes regarding pricing in the next few years. When do you think fast passes will be for on site guest only but for an extra cost, value resorts go away (price wise)???? @ford91exploder

ford91exploderApr 23, 2017

Only a matter of time i think

OliveMcFlyFeb 21, 2017

I just had clients purchase tickets today and it still states "14 days from first use" but it also says "the first day of use must be on or before December 31, 2018". It still gives a good amount of time to use the ticket. They were concerned it may be 6 months or a year.

I am TimmyFeb 18, 2017

Oh, thanks, that's good to know! I was wondering how that effects a package.

RustySporkFeb 16, 2017

They laid off the person who used to update the prices on the website, and are scrambling to reverse engineer the code to figure out what table to update.

Tom P.Feb 16, 2017

Back on the subject of the specific ticket changes for just a moment... The price increases and other changes were announced as beginning Sunday. As of today -- Thursday -- if you go to book a package on the Disney web site (i.e. hotel + tickets + dining and so forth), you are still being offered the old options. For example, I can pick a Magic Your Way base ticket and add just the Water Park Fun and More option without adding Park Hopper. Also, the cost of Water Park Fun and More is still at the old pricing, not the new Park Hopper Plus pricing. I haven't tried actually booking a package, but there is every indication that I would be able to. I know that Disney's IT sometimes has problems -- to put it mildly. Still, having all the old options still available 4 days after the change was implemented seems unusual to me. Are packages supposed to be treated differently than buying stand-alone tickets? Or is this really that big of an oversight?

DisneyJoeFeb 16, 2017

Precisely, tied into a promotional MYW offer tied to a Disney resort stay.

LongLiveTheKingFeb 16, 2017

Some ticket and below Signature ap prices did a bit, yeah. Not much but all of the price increases are very small increments and it's over time that the discrepency becomes large. Parking went down $2 although that doesn't mean much.

SorcererMCFeb 16, 2017

Sort of. By offering discounts to onsite guests - possibly. The problem with these dramatic price increases, which I see as the result of the tourist boom/ record attendance, is that they won't get rolled back. So I suspect that in the event of rapidly declining attendance, they would just offer targeted discounts. ETA: Also -the $20 off for online purchase is a hedge against any attendance they might lose from the ticket price increases, a kind of targeted discount in itself.

HauntedMansionFLAFeb 16, 2017

Do you think Disney will ever get to the point of changing different, higher prices for tickets and so on if you stay off site. The magic bands could make it possible.