After substantial ticket price hikes in October 2018, we have just learned that effective today Walt Disney World has increased prices for date-based tickets, water park annual passes, preferred parking, and more.
As of today, a peak period, 1-day base theme park ticket for the dates 12/25 to 12/31 is $159.00 before tax. By contrast, the same ticket for 12/24, is $139.00 before tax.
A few examples of the increases: a value 1-day base ticket for dates 12/2 – 12/5 was $114 before tax; it is now $117 before tax, an increase of $3.00 per day. A value 1-day base ticket for dates 11/4 – 11/7 was $114 before tax; NOW it’s $125 before tax, an increase of $11.00 per day.
Multi-day tickets have also seen increases — some as much as a $9.00 per day increase.
Other notable increases:
— Annual Passes for Disney World’s two water parks, Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach have increased from $130.00 to $139.00.
— Preferred Parking is now divided into two tiers: During regular season the price dips to $45 per day. During peak season, the price is $50 per day. Standard parking fees have not changed.
We have no information on any other increases at this time. As far as we know, Annual Pass prices have not changed.
What’s your reaction to these price increases, so soon after the October changes? Let us know below.
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