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Back in September, the Disney Parks Blog announced that a new ticketing structure and vacation planning platform would launch in October. That day has arrived and along with it, some price increases.

What’s happening:

  • Beginning today, Walt Disney World has a launched a new ticket pricing structure that is date-based.
  • Under this new structure, 1-day tickets are valid only for they day they are purchased.
  • Guests purchasing tickets for 2-days or more must use them within a select time frame, whereas previously, multi-day tickets expired 14 days after their first use.
  • For added convenience, guest can upgrade each ticket to a flexible start date ticket should they like a little more freedom with their planning schedule.
  • Park Hopper Option and other additional add-ons also remain available.
  • The Disney Parks Blog points out that some pricing has decreased, increased, and stayed the same:

Compared to previous pricing, some tickets have decreased, increased or stayed the same, depending on the start date and length of the ticket. For example, a guest purchasing a 3-day ticket with a start date of Feb. 10, 2019 will now actually pay $4 less per day than they would have before. A Guest purchasing a 6-day ticket with a start date of this Thanksgiving will now pay a little more – an average of $5 per day – since it’s one of the most popular times of year to visit

New Pricing:

  • Please note adult ticket prices apply to guests 10 years of age and older. Child ticket prices apply to guests 3-9 years of age. Children under 3 years of age do not need a ticket.
  • With the date-based pricing now in place, we’re giving a sample of the new single day and 10-day ticket pricing for 1 park per day tickets and for Park Hopper Option tickets.
  • These are the highest and lowest prices guests will pay per day of their visit. Disney’s ticket calendar goes through December 16 of 2019.
  • The more days purchased, the less it costs for each day.
  • Along with ticket pricing changes, theme park parking prices are now $25 per vehicle.

1-day, 1-park tickets:

  • Lowest: $109 adults; $104 children (plus tax)
  • Highest: $129 adults; $124 children (plus tax)

1-day tickets with Park Hopper Option:

  • Lowest: $164 adults; $159 children (plus tax)
  • Highest $184 adults; $179 children (plus tax)

10-day, 1-park tickets: 

  • Lowest: $44 per day adults; $42 per day child (plus tax)
  • Highest: $51 per day adults; $48 per day child (plus tax)

10-day tickets with Park Hopper Option:

  • Lowest: $52 per day adults: $50 per day child (plus tax)
  • Highest: $59 per day adults: $56 per day child (plus tax)

 

Annual Passes:

Date-Based Tickets

Florida residents, Disney Vacation Club members, and all other guests can purchase annual passes to enjoy the magic all year long. Florida residents showing proof of residency can enjoy discounted pricing on annual passes.

Starting today, Annual Pass pricing has increased. New prices are listed below:

Florida Residents:

  • Platinum Plus Pass: $849 per person (plus tax)
  • Platinum Pass: $749 per person (plus tax)
  • Disney Gold Pass (Florida Residents and Disney Vacation Club Members Only): $609 per person (plus tax)
  • Disney Silver Pass: $479 per person (plus tax)
  • Disney Theme Park Select Pass: $439 per person (plus tax)
  • Disney Weekday Select Pass: $319 per person (plus tax)
  • Epcot After 4 Annual Pass: $289 per person (plus tax)
  • Water Parks Annual Pass: $130 per person (plus tax)
  • Water Parks After 2 Annual Pass: $79 per person (plus tax)

Non Residents:

  • Platinum Plus Pass: $994 per person (plus tax)
  • Platinum Pass: $894 per person (plus tax)
  • Water Parks Annual Pass: $130 per person (plus tax)
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