Walt Disney World and Disneyland Price Increases

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Word came out today that price increases for Walt Disney World and Disneyland are going up starting Sunday, June 2nd, 2013.  I’m sorry for the late notice, I just read about it a few minutes ago.

For complete pricing at Walt Disney World, check out the link on the Disney Parks Blog page.  Here is a recap of some of the ticket prices (prices listed are per ticket):

  • For a one day ticket to Walt Disney World, if you are going to the Magic Kingdom, the cost is $95 for ages 10+, and $89 for ages 3-9.  If you are going to Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, or Disney’s Animal Kingdom, the price is $90 for ages 10+, and $84 for ages 3-9.
  • 2 day through 10 day tickets are not park specific, you can pick which park you wish to go to — for a 2 day non-park hopper ticket, the cost is $184 for ages 10+, or $172 for ages 3-9.  For a 10-day non-park hopper ticket, the cost is $339 for ages 10+, or $320 for ages 3-9.
  • Park Hopper add on charges are $59 per ticket regardless of the number of days of tickets you have.

In addition to Walt Disney World ticket prices, ticket prices are also going up for Disneyland.  You can read all about those ticket prices on the Disney Parks Blog page.

If you have already booked a package with me, your tickets are good and there is no increase — in addition, if you have put a deposit on a vacation package with me or any of my excellent Pixie Vacations co-workers, there will be no increase in your tickets unless you change something about your package (for example, the number of days of tickets). This should be true with other travel agencies as well.

If you have any questions whatsoever, leave me a comment or shoot me an email to Mike@PixieVacations.com, and I’ll be happy to help you get your question answered.

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