Walt Disney World and Disneyland Raising Theme Park Ticket Prices June 2
If you’re headed to Walt Disney World or Disneyland and haven’t purchased your tickets yet, be prepared to pay a bit more. Effective Sunday, June 2 ticket prices at all theme parks on both coasts are increasing.
At Walt Disney World, the price for a one-day ticket to the Magic Kingdom will cost $5 more than a one-day ticket to Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, or Disney’s Animal Kingdom. A one-day ticket to the Magic Kingdom will cost $95 for guests ages 10 and older and $89 for guests ages 3-9. If you’re looking to purchase a one-day ticket to any of the other three theme parks it will cost $90 for guest 10 and older and $84 for guests ages 3-9. These one-day ticket prices also apply to Florida residents.
A one-day Park Hopper will cost $129 for guests ages 10 and older and $123 for guests ages 3-9. However, a one-day Park Hopper for Florida residents will cost $109.50 for guests ages 10 and older and $103.50 for guests ages 3-9.
Out on the west coast, a one-day, one park ticket at the Disneyland Resort is $92 for guest ages 10 and older, and $86 for guests ages 3-9. A one-day Park Hopper is $137 for guests ages 10 and older, and $131 for guests ages 3-9. The price of the Disney Premiere Passport has also increased to $979.
For complete details on all ticket prices including Annual Passes, Florida Resident Rates, Premium Annual Pass, Florida Resident Annual/Seasonal Passes, attractions outside the theme parks, resort rates, and more you can visit this site and click on the links for Walt Disney World Resort or Disneyland Resort.