Walt Disney World announced an increase in ticket prices that will increase the cost of a one day/one park pass to $75 for adults and children age 10 or older. The price of a basic ticket for children ages 3-9 will rise to $63.
Walt Disney World also raised the price of its “Magic Your Way” multiday-ticket packages, by 3 percent to 8 percent. The longest ticket available, a 10-day adult Magic Your Way ticket, now costs $237, or $23.70 a day, up 5.3 percent. The Park Hopper add-on, which allows ticket holders to move among any of Disney’s parks, will increase $50 for up to 10 days, a $5 increase. The Water Park Fun & More add-on option remains $50, despite the loss of Pleasure Island.
Price increases are slated to take effect start on Sunday, August 3. Any park passes or Magic Your Way package purchased before August 3 will still be at the old price.
Universal and Sea World have yet to announce an increase in their park passes, though they usually follow a few days behind, so it should be coming shortly