Walt Disney World ticket price increase goes into effect

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Disney World ticket prices

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Walt Disney World has made changes to some of the prices in their date-based tickets and pricing structure. Starting today, tickets for the busier holiday weeks at the parks are now more expensive.

For example, a 1-day, 1 Park Per Day ticket during the peak week of December 25 – 31, 2019, currently costs $159. Other dates in December range from $117 – $139. At other times during the year, the least expensive 1-day base ticket still costs $109.

In addition, the Water Parks Annual Pass now costs $139 and preferred parking at the theme parks is $45 – $50 per day depending on the date of your visit.

Credit: Disney

Disney introduced date-based tickets and pricing in October 2018 in order to better distribute attendance throughout the year. At the same time, DisneyWorld.com got an overhaul to start offering park overviews, travel tips from Disney Parks Moms Panelists, and customized suggestions based on each guest’s personal preference.

It’s not too late to buy your tickets at the pre-rate increase rates. While supplies last you can contact Undercover Tourist for discounted tickets here. Or if you prefer working with a travel agent (which we highly suggest) to plan your next Disney vacation, contact our friends at Destinations to Travel. Authorized Disney Vacation Planners can alleviate much of the stress in planning and booking your next vacation, from making your dining reservations and booking your accommodations to providing general advice and even creating a personalized itinerary for your trip. Click here for a no-obligation quote. 

We’ll keep updating this story as more information becomes available.