It’s going to cost a little bit more to visit the Walt Disney World theme parks.
For the second time in less than a year, Disney has raised the price of a single day park admission for all four theme parks in Orlando.
A one-day ticket for the Magic Kingdom will cost $99 for guests age 10 and older. This $4 increase makes the Magic Kingdom the most expensive Disney park.
One-day tickets for Epcot, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios increased in price from $90 to $94.
The ticket prices for guests ages 3-9 at the Magic Kingdom are $93, while one-day tickets for guests ages 3-9 at the other three theme parks cost $88.
The last ticket price increase took place in June 2013.
In the first quarter report for the fiscal year 2014, the Walt Disney Company reported a 16 percent increase in operating income to $671 million for the Parks and Resorts segment. This increase was due to increased guest spending at all parks and resorts and reflected higher prices for tickets, food, beverages, and merchandise.
The price of an Annual Pass increased from $609 to $624, while the price of a Premium Annual Pass went up to $754 from $729. Florida Resident Annual Passes are now $485 up from $464, while the Florida Resident Premium Pass is now $605 up from $584.
Prices on one-day and multi-day tickets and Annual Passes can be found here.