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Disneyland ticket prices have seen an increase across the board and we now know exactly what the price increases look like for Walt Disney World as well.
Let’s break it down.
Over in Disneyland, ticket prices increased 3% for the top tier daily admission ticket, up to 5% for parkhopper tickets and as much as 13% for annual passes. The lowest-priced tickets for one-day single park and parkhopper tickets remained unchanged in this most recent price hike.
Since 2000, the price of admission to Disneyland has more than tripled from $43 to $154, the new single-day ticket price on the park’s busiest days. Each year, for both coasts, Disney has implemented a price increase. While a lot of fans claim this is detering them from returning, the parks are packed so it seems lthat if Disney builds it, they can charge whatever they want because the guests will come.
Disneyland has altered its three-tier ticket system into a new five-tier system with these latest round of price increases. The value, regular and peak tickets are no longer.
The new plan implements pricing by tier. Tier 1 pricing will be for the slower days of the year and Tier 5 pricing on the busiest days.
A tier 1 ticket will be the same price as what was formerly the $104 value ticket. The new $154 Tier 5 ticket is a 3% price increase from the former $149 peak ticket.
Let’s break down the other three tier’s in between. The Tier 2 ticket is $114 which is 11% less than the old regular ticket. The Tier 3 ticket is $124. The Tier 4 ticket is $139 which is 8% more than the old regular ticket.
The lowest and middle priced single-day parkhoppers did not see a change in price. The value parkhopper ticket remained at $159. The mid-priced single-day regular parkhopper remained at $179 as a Tier-3 option.
Disneyland’s highest-priced single-day parkhopper ticket broke through the $200 mark (ouch) with a 5% increase. From what was $199 for the peak parkhopper to $209 for the new Tier 5 parkhopper.
Now, for the latest price news. Let’s hope over to the East Coast and to Walt Disney World.
We have broken down each year’s price increases so to check out what happened with last year’s tickets, check out our post HERE!
The Water Park Annual Passes remain the same as 2019.
Water Parks Annual Pass – $139
Water Park After 2 Annual Pass Only Available to Florida Residents – also unchanged at $89.
Other passes only available to Florida Residents:
Epcot After 4 Annual Pass increased by $10 from $209 to $319.
Disney Weekday Select Pass increased by $20 from $249 to $369.
- The Disney Weekday Select Pass has blockout dates, but does have over 180+ days of admission to the Walt Disney World parks on the weekdays, standard parking, up to 20% off select dining, up to 20% off select merchandise, and more.
The Disney Theme Park Select Pass remained the same at $439.
- The Disney Theme Park Select Pass allows you to access one or more theme parks most days of the year, subject to a blockout calendar, up to 20% off select dining, up to 20% off select merchandise, standard parking, and more.
The Disney Silver Pass increased by $20 from $519 to $539.
- This pass does come with blockout dates, but has over 250+ days of admission to the Walt Disney World parks, standard parking, up to 20% off select dining, up to %20 off select merchandise, and more.
Additional Pass Changes:
The Disney Gold Pass is available to Florida Residents as well as Disney Vacation Club members. This pass increased by $20 from $699 to $719.
- The Disney Gold Pass does come with blockout dates, but has over 300+ days of admission to the Walt Disney World parks, standard parking, Disney PhotoPass, up to 20% off select dining, up to %20 off select merchandise, and more.
The Disney Platinum Annual Pass has two options, one for Florida Residents and one for out of state guests. The Platinum Pass remained the same at $899. The out of state Platinum Pass increased by $76 from $1119 to $1195.
- The Disney Platinum Pass comes with no blockout dates and includes admission to all 4 theme parks, standard parking, Disney PhotoPass, up to 20% off select dining, 20% off select merchandise, and more.
Last but not least the Disney Platinum Pluss Annual Pass also has two options, one for Florida residents and one for out of state guests. This pass also remained the same for Florida residents at $999 but saw a $76 increase for out of state guests from $1219 to $1295.
- The Disney Platinum Pass comes with no blockout dates and includes admission to all 4 theme parks, standard parking, Disney PhotoPass, up to 20% off select dining, 20% off select merchandise, admission to both water parks, admission to ESPN Wide World of Sports, admission and greens fees for Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course, and more.
The last time Disney increased prices at Walt Disney World was in June 2019 and the prices are in affect as of today. For more information check out the Disney World Annual Pass Website .
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