Walt Disney World ticket price increases effective tomorrow

Feb 21, 2015 in "Ticket - Magic Your Way Ticket"

Posted: Saturday February 21, 2015 12:41pm EST by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney will be increasing ticket prices at Walt Disney World effective Sunday February 22 2015.

Increases are across the board, with only DisneyQuest, parking fees, and ECV Wheelchair and Stroller rentals escaping an increase. Most notable is the removal of the No-Expiration option on Magic Your Way multi day tickets.

Here is a run-down of most of the changes.

Single Day Passes

A single day at the Magic Kingdom will increase to $105, up from $99, while Disney's Animal Kingdom, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Epcot will increase to $97, up from the current $94.

Annual Passes

An Annual Pass will increase from $634 to $654, and a Premium Annual Pass from $754 to $779.

Water Parks

Water Parks will increase from $53 to $58 for ages 10 and up, and from $45 to $50 for ages 3-9. Annual Passes for the water parks will go from $104 to $110 adults and $85 to $99 for ages 3-9.

Magic Your Way Multi Day Tickets

Multi-day tickets will no longer be available with the 'No-Expiration' option. Price increases typically reflect a $1 - $2 per day change.

A 10 day ticket is now $365, up from $354. A 7 day is now $335, up from $324. And a 3 day is $275, up from $274.

Park Hopper options on multi-day tickets have increased on average $4. Park hopper on a 10 day is now $64, previously $60. A single day park hopper however is now $50, up form the previous $35.

Florida Residents

Florida Resident tickets Annual Passes are now $529, up from $485. Resident Premium Pass is $649, up from $605. Florida Seasonal Pass is $329 up from $319.

Florida Resident 4 Day Pass is now $209, up from $199. A 3 Day pass is $189, up from $179.

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ford91exploderMar 02, 2015

2003 or thereabouts....

Club CooloholicMar 02, 2015

Very True. UNI is like Disneyland/California Adventure

BrerJonMar 01, 2015

Actually to be fair to them I did say that when I got a water park annual pass last year, was surprised how cheap it was!

Mike SMar 01, 2015

When's the last time you said that about WDW? ;)

BrerJonMar 01, 2015

That's a great deal!

BernardandBiancaMar 01, 2015

The SO and I have debated this over and over. Yes, you probably should expect a surcharge for having the ability to go to multiple parks, but again, I can only be at one place at a time. And if you are like us, where we typically go twice a weekend, every weekend, we shouldn't be penalized because there are four parks to choose from instead of two. (BTW, we will be renewing our Uni APs this coming week; as a Florida resident, it will be $159 for 15 months (using Coke promo), and that includes both parks and parking. The SO didn't want to renew until I pointed out that the renewal rate is basically equivalent to one day admission to both parks. A no-brainer at that point.

BrerJonFeb 28, 2015

I just mean with an Annual Pass you might want to spend, say, four days in each park, that gives eight days usage over the year for Universal, but sixteen for Disney. Like I said though, only if hypothetically all parks had equal appeal. In the same way you would expect a Sea World annual pass to be less than a Universal one, as it's only one park.

BernardandBiancaFeb 28, 2015

Why? Unless you have somehow managed to conquer the space-time continuum, you can still only be in one place at a time. So what is the difference if I spend 12 hours at MK, or 6 hours at MK and 6 hours at Epcot? I'm still only getting 12 hours at WDW (or UNI, to extend the point), so why is it fair to charge double?

Figment2005Feb 28, 2015

Yes Disney has a park hopper, but none of Disney's attractions requires that park hopper to enjoy. Not saying anything about whether or not it is justified on either part, just that his statement is 100% accurate.

epcotWSCFeb 27, 2015

Park hopper is one of those things that if DHS and AK were full day parks, I'm not sure how much I'd actually ever use it.

BrianVFeb 27, 2015

Are there any rides that cannot be ridden without a park hopper at wdw? That was rhetorical. The answer is no. I enjoy both locations and they are both too expensive. But the size and proximity of IOA and UO make a park hopper very valuable (and necessary to travel on the hogwarts express). The distance between the parks at wdw make a park hopper less valuable. I buy the hopper passes everytime at both locations.

betty roseFeb 27, 2015

It sure add up doesn't it?

Club CooloholicFeb 27, 2015

Who ads more attractions more often...Uni BTW Disney, last time I heard WDW has Park Hopper too? So if you want to ride all the rides at Disney you need a park hopper....

Club CooloholicFeb 27, 2015

Try to get the Family to ditch Disney for one trip. Just one. You will get more bang for your buck doing just Uni and say Seaworld combined. You can do the trip a little shorter too. Probably 4 to five nights compared to the full 6 to 7 nights I feel Disney requires. That is not to say that Disney is providing a lot more and thus more days are needed, it's just that you can do Uni more efficiently, it's nice being able to walk from one park to another in about 5 mins as opposed to grabbing a bus or monorail and taking an hr when you consider waiting for the transportation.