Last year the seasonal one-day ticket pricing schedule was announced and this year some of the theme park one-day prices have increased depending on what time of year you’re visiting.
The Magic Kingdom is the most expensive one-day ticket with the peak season price remaining at $124. The prices for value season and regular season increased with a regular season ticket going up to $115 (from $110).
For the other Disney World theme parks a regular season one-day ticket is $107, up from $102, and a value season one-day ticket is $99 up from $97.
The price of some annual passes has also increased with the price of the Florida Resident Gold Pass going up to $559 and a Platinum Pass with no blackout dates if now $679, up from $649.
New for this year, guests who purchase tickets online or via their phone can save $20 on Magic Your Way tickets for three to 10 days. All tickets will have expiration dates beginning today also, not just single-day tickets. These expiration dates will vary.
The “water park fun and more” option for tickets has been eliminated but the combination is still available as part of a Park Hopper ticket.