LAKE BUENA VISTA, Florida – It’s going to cost more to experience the magic at the Walt Disney World theme parks. That’s because Disney raised its prices for regular tickets and annual park passes on Sunday, February 11, 2018.
Although single ticket prices increased, Florida residents can enjoy 3 days at a Walt Disney World theme park for $159 per person, plus tax with a Florida Resident Discover Disney Ticket or add a 4th day for just $20 more per person, plus tax from January 4, 2018 through June 24, 2018.
Single-Day Ticket Increase
A single regular day adult ticket at the Magic Kingdom rose from $115 to $119 ($113 child), single peak day tickets increased from $124 to $129 ($123 child).
Adult value days at the Magic Kingdom increased from $107 to $109 ($103 child).
The adult single day ticket prices for Walt Disney World’s other three parks: Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom, rose from $107 to $114 ($108 child) for regular days and $119 to $122 ($116 child) for peak days.
Value days for those three theme parks are $102 for adults and $96 for children, a $2 increase.
Florida Resident Annual Pass Increase
A platinum pass rose from $679 to $729.
A gold pass rose from $559 to $589.
A silver pass rose from $419 to $439.
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