Prices for tickets and annual passes at Walt Disney World have been increasing every year, while the resort will also make changes in policies regarding online purchases and expiration dates.
Disney last year introduced seasonal one-day ticket pricing, with three tiers based on time of year. For most Disney theme parks, mid-tier tickets will cost $107, up from $102. Peak season tickets – generally for spring break, summer and Christmas break – will cost $119, up from $114.
A one-day visit during the least-popular value days will cost $99, up from $97.
The Magic Kingdom has a premium tacked on to its admission. Prices will rise for value and regular seasons, but the peak price will remain unchanged at $124. A mid-tier ticket will rise to $115 from $110.
Prices are for adults and do not include tax. Tickets for children 3 to 9 will also become more expensive.
Annual-pass prices will also increase Sunday. Florida-resident gold passes with blockout dates during Christmas and spring break will cost $559, up from $549. Platinum passes with no blockout dates will cost $679, up from $649.
“Our pricing provides guests a range of options that allow us to better manage demand to maximize the guest experience and is reflective of the distinctly Disney offerings at all of our parks,” the company said in a statement.
Prices for Disney tickets have typically risen each February.