As Disney World raises ticket prices, visitor hate diminishes somewhat
When Walt Disney Co. raised the price of admission to the Disneyland Resort in October, fans of the Disney World theme parks knew it was only a matter of time before the Mouse House in Orlando, Fla., would also raise admission.
Disney World was already there Food and drink prices have increased, including alcoholic beverages where served in October. Most of the increases were small, such as 20 cents more for a Columbia Harbor House chicken strip, 30 cents more for a Casey’s Corner Walt’s Chili All-Beef Foot-Long Hot Dog, 50 cents more for a Pecos Bill cheeseburger and, in some cases, $1 more, such as Crystal. White sangria made for the palace. The price of The Be Our Guest Enchantée Champagne Brut Bottle was one of the higher increases as its price increased from $79 to $85.
The Disneyland Resort already raised the price of some food and drinks in August, including 40 cents more for a bottle of Coke, 50 cents more for Doll Whip and a dollar more for turkey legs at $12.99. wdwnt.com.
Growth higher than inflation
Disneyland Resort admission costs $104 (five bucks less than Disney World) to enter the iconic Disneyland or California Adventure, a park, remains in low demand for one-day tickets, but Disney (Dis) – Get the free report Admission for the high-demand date on Oct. 11 has risen to $179, up 9% from the previous high ticket price of $164. This was higher than the 7.7% increase in October’s consumer price index.
Anyone willing to visit both Disneyland Resort parks in one day on a one-day Park Hopper is going to pay a little more than before for the convenience of visiting both Disneyland and California Adventure. The least expensive one-day park hopper increased from $164 to $169 on low-demand days. The high-demand price for a one-day hopper is $244
Disney World tickets cost more than Disneyland
As expected, Disney World rolled out the increased prices on Nov. 15, which will take effect Dec. 8 and top out at $189 from the Disneyland Resort. However, if guests move quickly and purchase tickets before December 8, they can reserve tickets for Orlando theme parks for $159 or less.
The new prices for one-day, one-park tickets to Disney World Parks will be different for each park, as listed Points Guy. Animal Kingdom will be the least expensive, ranging from $109 to $159; Epcot will cost $114 to $179; Hollywood Studios $124 to $179; and Magic Kingdom from $124 to $189.
Disney parks have stopped selling new annual passes for the past year with no word on when they will resume. But existing passholders will pay more. Disneyland’s new Inspire Annual passes cost $200 more at $1,599; Believe Key is up $150 to $1,099, and Enchanted Key and Imagine Key passes are up $50 each.
Disney World Annual Pass renewals include an Incredi-Pass increase of $100 to $1,399; Wizard $70 to $969; and Pirates from $50 to $749.
Disney World has made a change to its ticketing system that visitors will love. Guests who purchase a one-day, one-park ticket for a specific park on a specific date will automatically receive a reservation for park entry at the time of ticket purchase. However, visitors still need to make their own reservations for multi-day tickets or annual pass visits.
The park reservation system has been in place since Disney parks reopened in 2020 following the closure of the Covid pandemic.
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