Disney World Annual Passes increased in price yesterday. They’re not the only price increase though, other ticket types when up in price as well.
If it seems like an increase happened not that long ago, you’re right. The last increase, for Annual Passes at least, was in June. In addition to the price increase for Annual Passes, Park Hoppers have also gone up in price. Below is a list of the increased pricing.
Non-Florida Resident Disney Platinum Plus Pass
- Old Price: $1219
- New Price: $1295
Florida Resident Disney Platinum Plus Pass
- Prices stays the same, $999.
Non-Florida Resident Disney Platinum Pass
- Old Price: $1119
- New Price: $1195
Florida Resident Disney Platinum Pass
- Price stays the same, $899.
Disney’s Gold and Silver Passes
- Gold went from $699 to $719
- Silver went from $519 to $539
Park Hopper Tickets
- One-day Tickets
- Old Price: $60
- New Price: $65
- Two to Three-day Tickets
- Old Price: $70
- New Price $75
- Four to 10-day Tickets
- Old Price: $80
- New Price: $85
While some of these increases don’t seem that bad on their own, the cost adds up quickly for families. For those that travel to Disney often, though, the cost of the Annual Pass might still be worth it. Definitely do the math before you purchase to make sure you will be either spending the same or saving money by getting an Annual Pass.
Do these price increases make you think differently when planning how many days you will be in the parks?
Thanks for reading!