As anticipated Walt Disney World has increased prices effective today. The tiered ticket pricing continues, with pricing varying by date and park. As usual Disneyland will follow with increases in the next day or two.
At the gate, a one-day regular Magic Kingdom ticket will cost $119, a $4 increase. A value ticket will cost $109, a $2 increase, and a peak ticket will now cost $129, a $5 increase.
At the other three parks a one-day regular ticket is $114, a $7 increase. A value ticket will cost $102, a $3 increase, while a peak ticket is $122, a $3 increase.
All annual passes have also increased in price. For Florida residents, Platinum Pass is now $729, up from $679. A Gold Pass is now $589, up from $559, and for a Silver Pass, you’ll pay $439, up from $419. You can view the full details at http://disneyworld.com/tickets.
Parking costs have also increased to $22, a $2 raise and preferred parking climbs to $45, up from $40. Minnie Van service increases from $20 to $25.
Along with these increases, Disney has also announced plans to sell date-specific multi-day tickets, although details are not yet available. The idea behind date-specific tickets is to help spread crowds throughout the year.