Disney World Ticket Prices Have Increased

Disney World TicketJust like we were predicting, Disney World increased their admission ticket prices effective Sunday, February 22, 2015. Here’s a breakdown of the price increase:

February 2015 Price Increase

  • A one day Magic Kingdom adult base ticket increased from $99 to $105
  • A one day Magic Kingdom child base ticket increased from $93 to $99
  • A one day Epcot, Hollywood Studios or Animal Kingdom adult base ticket increased from $94 to $97
  • A one day Epcot, Hollywood Studios or Animal Kingdom child base ticket increased from $88 to $91
  • A one day adult ticket with park hopper increased from $134 to $155
  • A one day child ticket with park hopper increased from $128 to $149
  • A one day adult ticket with water park fun and more increased from $154 to $169
  • A one day child ticket with water park fun and more increased from $148 to $163
  • A one day adult ticket with park hopper & water park fun and more increased from $180 to $195
  • A one day child ticket with park hopper & water park fun and more increased from $174 to $195
  • A five day adult base ticket increased from $304 to $315
  • A five day child base ticket increased from $284 to $295
  • The park hopper add-on option increased from $60 to $64
  • The water park fun and more add-on option increased from $60 to $64
  • The park hopper plus water park fun and more add-on option increased from $86 to $90
  • An annual pass increased from $634 to $654

An adult is anyone ages 10 and older.

A child is anyone ages 3 to 9 years old.

A base ticket allows admission to one theme park per day.

A park hopper add-on allows guests to hop between more than one theme park per day.

The water park fun and more add-on allows guests to visit (a specific number of times depending on the number of days of your ticket) DisneyQuest, Typhoon Lagoon, Blizzard Beach, Oak Trail golf course, ESPN Wide World of Sports, Disney’s Fantasia Gardens and Disney’s Winter Summerland miniature golf.

An annual pass allows guests to visit all four theme parks for 365 consecutive days.

What else changed?

Also as predicted, the biggest rumored changes did take place. First, the no expiration option for multi-day tickets has been discontinued. This means that all tickets with expire 14 days after first use. Second, a new feature will allow guests purchasing a water park ticket to hop between both Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. The cost of single-day water park ticket is $58 for adults (ages 10 and older) and $50 for children (ages 3 to 9).

Ready to purchase your tickets?

Your admission tickets will likely be the one of the most expensive parts of your Disney vacation, so be sure you are purchasing valid Disney theme park tickets. Your safest bet is to purchase directly from Disney by clicking here or by purchasing from an authorized discount Disney ticket seller like my friends at Destinations in Florida or Under Cover Tourist. Don’t be tempted by tickets sold on E-Bay or on the side of the road. These are typically partially used tickets with a few days left on them that may or may not be expired. Admission tickets are non-transferable and Disney uses a finger print system to match the ticket with its owner. You definitely don’t want to be turned away at the gate (or worse) for having an invalid admission ticket.

Need more help planning your Disney World vacation?

Be sure to check out these posts to make the most of your time in Disney World:

Heading to Disney World soon?

If you are planning a vacation to Disney World, be sure to check out these valuable resources to help you save money:

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