Disney Price Increase announced, here’s how you can avoid some if it!

Disney announced a price increase today that impacts all ticket sales, as well as annual passes.  New package bookings will also see an increase starting on February 21, 2018.  Here is a summary of the increases:

  • One day MK tickets now range in price from $109-$129 depending on the day for anyone 10 and up.
  • Price for single day park hopper tickets are now $164-$184 depending on the day for anyone 10 and up.
  • 3 day tickets went up $16 to $305
  • 4 day tickets went up $30 to $380
  • 5 day tickets went up $25 to $395
  • A platinum annual pass is now $849, with increases at all annual passes noted
  • The annual pass renewal discount is no longer being offered at Disneyland, still in effect at WDW
  • Parking went up to $22 per day
  • The Minnie Van service is now $25 per ride

The great news is our friends at the Official Ticket Center are able to give you pre-increase pricing for the next 10 days, so click through here and save now!


Confused about all of this?  Let our friends at Destinations To Travel plan your next Disney vacation for you!




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