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Walt Disney World introduces park-specific ticket prices

Walt Disney World introduces park-specific ticket prices

Changes are coming to Walt Disney World, which will introduce park-specific pricing just in time for the holidays.

“Magic Kingdom Park will be priced at or above our other theme parks due to incredible demand as it remains the most visited theme park in the world,” Disney said in a statement.

Until now, the cost was the same in all parks depending on the time of year.

Starting December 8, depending on the dates, it will cost you between $124 and $189 to visit the Magic Kingdom, $114 and $179 to go to Epcot, $124 and $179 to discover Disney’s Hollywood Studios and $109 and $159 for a day at Animal Kingdom. The new pay structure shows an increase at three of the parks, while rates remain unchanged at Animal Kingdom.


Prices are at their peak during the busiest time, the nine days between Christmas and New Years, which means the cost of a day at the Magic Kingdom for a family of four can be as high as $756 for tickets uniquely.

Park Hopper multi-day fees will also be updated on December 8. According to CNN, there will be dates where these tickets are $65, but fees vary.

Theme park reservations will automatically be included with one-day park tickets, but customers who purchase Park Hopper will need to make their own reservations.

Annual pass sales have been suspended for the past year for everyone except Florida residents, who can purchase the Pixie Dust Pass for an unchanged $399. When sales return, the new rates will increase between $43 and $100. While current pass holders can still renew at a discounted rate, the new prices will be $1399 for an Incredi-Pass, Sorcerer $969 and Pirate $749 when they go on sale again.

And it’s not just Disney World. For the first time in six months, Disneyland in California yesterday began selling three of four annual Magic Key passes at prices that have remained the same. The Inspire is $1,599, Believe is $1,099, and Imagine (available to Southern California residents only) is $449. The Enchant Pass is only available to existing pass holders.


Meanwhile, after being closed for nearly a year of renovations, Blizzard Beach reopened this week in Orlando and now includes touches from Disney’s Frozen. Anna and Elsa can be seen on top of an igloo castle, and Olaf in the paddling pool. Fake snowfall and a tropical Santa Claus are also present in the park until the end of the year.

The late-night spectacular “Fantasmic!” returned to Disney’s Hollywood Studios this month, after being closed since the pandemic closed the parks in 2020, and now includes a new part that includes Moana, Mulane, Aladdin, pocahantasand Frozen 2.

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Disney says it has invested more than $31 billion in theme park additions over the past ten years, including Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, and the upcoming TRON at the Walt Disney World Resort.