Jason Parker

Disney World Raises Annual Ticket Prices, Parking Fees as Part of New Ticket Pricing Structure

What to Know

  • As part of a new date based ticket system that was launched this week, the price of an annual Platinum Plus Pass is going up to $994.
  • Parking at theme parks will go up three dollars to $25 a day while preferred parking is up five dollars to $50.

If you’re planning a trip to Disney World for you or the family, it may cost you slightly more than before.

As part of a new date based ticket system that was launched this week, the price of an annual Platinum Plus Pass is going up and will now cost $994 while the Platinum Pass will be $894.

Single day tickets will now be done based on the date you are visiting – anywhere between $109 and $129 for a one day, one park ticket.

Parking at theme parks will go up three dollars to $25 a day while preferred parking is up five dollars to $50. Officials say visitors will pay one fee for parking that is good at all four theme parks – Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom.

For more info, visit the theme park’s new interactive website by clicking here.

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