Disney breaking that $100 ticket barrier with raise on all US Disney park tickets

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Regular visitors of both Disney World and Disneyland Resort should be prepared to pay a little bit more for a chance to hang with Mickey as all US Disney parks will significantly raise prices for its parks tomorrow, Sunday 2/22. The biggest change will be that a one day ticket to Magic Kingdom in Orlando, FL will now be over $100, a significant price barrier for most people.

Increases affect all ticket options and another significant change is that the No-Expiration option on Magic Your Way multi-day tickets, that is offered at Disney World, will no longer be available.

Here is a list of the upcoming changes. All prices are listed without tax.

Walt Disney World Resort

Single Day Ticket, Magic Kingdom: $105 up from $99

Single Day Ticket, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom: $97 up from $94

Park Hopper option for Single Day Ticket: $50 up from $35

Magic Your Way Multi-Day Tickets: All options will increase by $1-2 per day. No Expiration option no longer available. Park Hopper option on multi-day tickets will have an increase of about $4.

Water Parks: $58 up from $53 for ages 10 and up, $50 up from $45 for ages 3-9

Annual Passes: $654 up from $634, Premium Annual Pass $779 up from $754

Florida Resident Tickets Annual Pass: $529 up from $485, Premium Annual Pass $649 up from $605, Seasonal Pass $329 up from $319

Disneyland Resort

Single Day Ticket: $99 up from $96

Park Hopper option for Single Day Ticket: $56 up from $54

Premium Annual Pass: $779 up from $699


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