DISNEY World is upping its prices for the first time in three years, the company has confirmed
While the price hike won’t affect Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Florida, the jumps will impact all the other parks in 2023.Disney World has increased its ticket prices – the first time in three years[/caption]
On average, prices rose between $3 (£2.50) to $15 (£12) per guest per day.
The most affordable ticket in May 2022 was $124 (£104). From December 8, the new cheapest ticket in that month will be $139 (£116).
Tickets for EPCOT will range between $114 (£95) and $179 (£150), while Hollywood Studios will sit between $124 (£104) and $179 (£150).
Magic Kingdom tickets will be slightly higher too – depending on how busy the day is, they’ll set you back between $124 (£104) and $189 (£159).
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In a statement, Disney said: “Magic Kingdom Park will be priced at or above our other theme parks due to the incredible demand as it remains the most-visited theme park in the world.”
Annual passes alongside Park Hopper and Park Hopper Plus pricing is set to rise for all parks besides Animal Kingdom, which will cost between $109 (£91) to $159 (£133) to visit.
Multi-day base tickets also rose, with a five-day base ticket now costing $482.52 (£406). This is $20.96 (£17) more than the previous year.
But the 10-day base ticket saw the biggest rise which will set you back an extra $28.40 (£23) at $582.09 (£489) for the 10 days.
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Annual passes are on the rise too. While new sales have been paused, a Pirate Pass will jump from $699 (£588) to $749 (£630), while the Sorcerer Pass is now $969 (£815) from $899 (£756). Meanwhile, the Incedi-Pass will cost $1399 (£1177), up from $1299 (£1093).
And the prices aren’t the only changes guests can expect from the Disney parks.
Customers will no longer need to make reservations to visit the parks, ad these will be made automatically.
However, if you’ve purchased multi-day tickets, you’ll need to make your reservation.
Guests can also cancel their dining reservation two hours before a booking and avoid a penalty.
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And here is what it’s like to live at Disney’s exclusive VIP Village.Annual passes are on the rise at Disney too.[/caption]