Sunday, February 22, 2015

Disney Increases Ticket Prices Today

Disney has increased ticket prices for Walt Disney World parks, and the increase is effective today (Feb. 22, 2015). Significant is the fact that Disney is breaking the $100 ticket price barrier, which can mean a lot to some people.

From my agent, Jennifer Hardy:

Effective Sunday, February 22 it will now cost $105 plus tax for a 1-day, 1-park ticket to the Magic Kingdom. That's a $6 jump.  Disney's other three major parks: Epcot, Hollywood Studios & Animal Kingdom rise a more-modest $3 from $94 to $97. Full Price breakdown below
Here is a list of the new prices:
1-Day, 1-Park Magic Kingdom$105 
1-Day, 1-Park Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, & Disney's Animal Kingdom: $97  
Florida Resident Premium Annual Pass: $649
Florida Resident Annual Pass: $529 
Florida Resident Seasonal Pass$329 before tax, respectively, up from $485 and $319. 
Magic Your Way Passes: 

2-Day $192
3-Day $275
4-Day $305
5-Day $315
6-Day $325
7-Day $335
Note: the  No-Expiration option is no longer offered.
Water Park Hoppers
Mid-May - Sept $58
Other Times of year: $53 (unchanged)
All prices are pre-taxes.
What do you think of the Disney ticket increase?

Photo from my June 2014 trip to Walt Disney World.



  1. In my head, a $6 or a $3 increase isn't very significant, but my heart says, "Why, you greedy little &@$##%*!"


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