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We Were Right, Walt Disney World & Disneyland Raised Ticket Prices Last Week. Here’s What They’ll Cost You Now

by SharonKurheg

We wrote last week that we had a feeling the cost of park passes to get into Walt Disney World was going to go up. I hate to say I told you so, but the announcement of raised ticket prices happened the very next day.

Actually, not only did some WDW pass prices go up but so did a bunch of ticket prices to get into Disneyland, in Anaheim, California, too.

Here’s the damage…

Walt Disney World

The increases for WDW actually weren’t as bad as they could have been and were generally limited to annual passes. And even at that, not all annual pass prices were affected. Here are the ones that were:

 Type of Park Pass Previous Price New Price, As Of 2/11/20
Disney Platinum Plus Pass $1219 $1295
Disney Platinum Pass $1119 $1195
Disney Gold Pass (available to FL Residents or DVC Members) $699 $719
Disney Silver Pass (FL Residents) $519 $539
Disney Theme Park Select Pass (FL Residents) $439 $439
Disney Weekday Select Pass (FL Residents) $349 $369
EPCOT After 4 Pass (FL Residents) $304 $319

Go to this page of WDW’s for more info.

Single and multi-day pass prices to WDW were not increased. This was the biggest surprise to us since they haven’t gone up since March 2019. Which isn’t to say they won’t go up next time. In fact, I’d bet almost anything that they will. But for now, at least, day pass prices remain unchanged.

Disneyland

Disneyland experienced more significant increases on a wider variety of passes. They also changed their system of a 3-tier Value/Regular/Peak season to a 5-tier (1 through 5) system; the higher the number, the busier the park, so the more expensive the ticket. You can find out how much a ticket will cost on the days(s) you want to visit over on Disneyland’s website.

Type of Park Pass Previous Price New Price, as of 2/11/20
1 Day – 1 Park (nonhopper) $104 (Value Season)
$129 (Regular Season)
$149 (Peak Season)
$104 (Tier 1)
$114 (Tier 2)
$124 (Tier 3)
$139 (Tier 4)
$154 (Tier 5)
1 Day Park Hopper $154 (Value)
$179 (Regular)
$ 199 (Peak)
$159 (Tier 1)
$169 (Tier 2)
$179 (Tier 3)
$194 (Tier 4)
$209 (Tier 5)
2 Day – 1 Park $225 $235
2 Day Park Hopper $280 $290
3 Day – 1 Park $300 $310
3 Day Park Hopper $355 $365
4 Day – 1 Park $325 $340
4 Day Park Hopper $380 $395
5 Day – 1 Park $340 $360
5 Day Park Hopper $395 $415

Disneyland also raised the price of several of their annual passes:

Type of Park Pass Previous Price New Price, as of 2/11/20
Select $399 $419
Flex $599 $649
Deluxe $799 $829
Signature $1149 $1199
Signature Plus $1399 $1449
Premier (AP for admittance into both WDW & DL) $2099 $2199

So there you go. As we’ve always said, tickets to get into Disney parks are expensive. And now? Even moreso.

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This post first appeared on Your Mileage May Vary

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