Your next trip to Walt Disney World just got a little more expensive.
Prices for tickets and annual passes have once again increased, effective today.
The hike comes after Disney reported increased attendance at its theme parks in its first-quarter.
Disney World operates under a tiered pricing system, meaning the cost of tickets will depend on when you visit.
“We know how important making memories at Disney theme parks is to families and we will continue to evolve our pricing in a way that gives families a range of options to meet their budget and helps better spread attendance throughout the year so they can make the most of every visit,” Disney spokeswoman Andrea Finger said.
At Magic Kingdom, a single-day ticket now costs $119 for adults on “regular” days. That’s a $4 increase.
A single “peak” day ticket now costs $129 for adults, a $5 increase from last year. And a “value” ticket costs $109, a $2 increase.
Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom have slightly lower prices.
A single-day “regular” ticket now cost $114, a $7 increase from last year. A “value” ticket costs $102, while a “peak” ticket costs $122, up from $119.
Prices for annual passes have also increased.
The Florida-resident platinum pass with no blockout dates now costs $729, up from $679. The Gold pass with blockout dates during Christmas and spring break costs $589, a $30 increase. And the Silver pass with blockout dates during Christmas, spring break, and the summer cost $439, up from $419.
Disney also plans to sell multi-day tickets with date-specific pricing later this year.
The price increase comes months ahead of the opening of Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Next year, Disney plans to open Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Hollywood Studios and Disneyland in Anaheim.
The company says all of the changes are reflected on the parks’ websites.