Prices for WDW park passes are typically raised each February, so this increase shouldn’t come as a surprise. A full pricing breakdown is not yet available, but here are a few of the increases we are aware of:
Last year Disney introduced seasonal one-day ticket pricing, with three tiers based on time of year. For Epcot, Animal Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, the mid-tier tickets will raise to $107 from $102. Peak season tickets (i.e., spring break, summer and Christmas break) will raise to $119 from $114. A one-day visit during the value period will raise to $99, up from $97. The Magic Kingdom always has a premium added on to the cost of admission. Prices will rise for the value and regular seasons. A mid-tier ticket will raise to $115 from $110. Peak season prices will remain the same. These are the adult prices and do not include tax. Children (ages 3 to 9) tickets will also experience a price increase.
Annual pass prices will also increase tomorrow. Florida-resident gold passes with black-out dates during Christmas and spring break will raise to $559 from $549. Platinum passes with no black-out dates will raise to $679 from $649.
Guests buying tickets online can save $20 on Magic Your Way passes of three to 10 days. All tickets will now have expiration dates. The dates for expiration will vary.
Preferred parking option will increase to $40.
The “Water Park Fund & More” stand-alone option is being eliminated. The option will only be available to purchase with a park hopper ticket.
Disneyland in California will also be raising prices tomorrow, February 12, 2017