Disney World ticket prices just climbed. Here’s how high

One-park tickets will now have park-specific pricing

Walt Disney World (Landon McReynolds, McReynolds)

ORLANDO, Fla. – Disney World ticket prices are increasing and will vary based on the park and which day parkgoers plan to visit.

Single-day, one-park tickets will now have park-specific pricing.

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“We continue to focus on providing guests with the best, most memorable Disney experience, and we’re doing that by growing our theme parks with incredible new attractions and offerings. We are also making planning easier with new 1-day tickets that automatically include a guest’s theme park reservation and continue to provide a wide range of options to visit throughout the year, including our lowest priced ticket of $109 which has not changed in more than four years,” Disney said in a statement.

There will be different price ranges at each park, with Magic Kingdom being the most expensive. The single-day, one-park tickets will range from:

  • Animal Kingdom: $109-$159
  • Hollywood Studios: $124-$179
  • EPCOT: $114-$179
  • Magic Kingdom: $124-$189

The theme parks will also have different pricing for Park Hopper and Park Hopper Plus, depending on the date.

Some annual passes are also increasing in price:

  • Pixie Dust Pass: $399 (no change)
  • Pirate Pass: $749 (from $699, currently unavailable)
  • Sorcerer Pass: $969 (from $899, currently unavailable)
  • Incredi-Pass: $1,399 (from $1,299, currently unavailable)

Disney is also updating its dining reservation policy to allow guests to cancel without a fee up to two hours before their scheduled time at most locations.


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About the Author:

Brenda Argueta is a digital journalist who joined ClickOrlando.com in March 2021. She graduated from UCF and returned to Central Florida after working in Colorado.