Multiple sources are reporting that the price of a Walt Disney World Vacation is about to go up. Effective this Sunday, not only will ticket prices change, but some policies as well.
From the Orlando Sentinel:
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.
- 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 blackout dates will cost $679, up from $649.
- Another big change also going into effect will be that all tickets will have expiration dates starting Sunday.
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