Hey, Mousekefriends! With inflation, and the price of everything going up… let’s talk about the new ticket pricing at WDW!
Beginning December 8th of this year, we will begin seeing individual park ticket pricing, as well as Annual Pass prices go up. We also know that Park Hopper will be going up on the 8th, but we do not have any further details on that.
1-Day 1-Park Tickets
In an email sent out this morning, they stated:
“Beginning Dec. 8, Walt Disney World will introduce park-specific pricing on 1-day, 1-park tickets. Moving forward, guests will select a date and theme park before purchasing their ticket. When you purchase a 1-Day ticket for a specific date and theme park, a theme park reservation will automatically be made at the time of purchase.
This change will only apply to those who purchase 1-day tickets for a specific date and park.”
A 1-day ticket for a specific date and park will range from:
Disney’s Animal Kingdom: $109-$159 (same range as today)
Disney’s Hollywood Studios: $124-$179
Magic Kingdom Park: $124-$189
(Note: The $189 price point is specifically for the week of Christmas to New Year’s.)
On Dec. 8, Disney World’s Annual Pass pricing for the Incredi-, Sorcerer and Pirate Annual Passes will increase between $43-100 when you renew. Annual Passes are still not taking new contracts at this time.
What do you think of the new pricing going forward? Let us know in the comments below!
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Alyssa is a Blog Contributor for MousekeMoms Blog. She lives in Florida, is an Annual Passholder and visits the theme parks frequently. For information about booking a vacation at a Disney destination, visit us at www.kingdomandcruise.com