Just in time for Spring Break, Walt Disney World and Disneyland have increased prices––again. In an almost annual tradition, both resorts have made changes to their single and multi-day tickets, as well as annual passes as of Feb 11, 2020.

Keep reading to get the scoop on each of the parks new pricing and tiered-ticket options.

photo: Christian Thompson via Disneyland Resort

Disneyland

The California resort increased prices on one-day and multi-day one-park and park hopper tickets and added additional tiers for the 1-day option. If you aren’t familiar with this feature, Disneyland offers different-priced tickets based on busy days, where you can save money by visiting on a less crowded day.

There are now five tiers (up from three) with prices ranging from $98 to $156 for one day. Two to five-day tickets now range from $220 to $560 with no tier options.

Park Hopper tickets also range from one to five-day options with tiers for single day tickets. Prices range from $153 to $209 for one-day tickets, with two to five day tickets ranging from $275 to $415.

Annual Passport prices have also increased and none of the passes offer a renewal discount like they have in years past.

  • Southern California Select Annual Passport ($419)
  • Southern California Annual Passport ($649, this passport is currently only available for renewal; new ones cannot be purchased.)
  • Flex Annual Passport ($649)
  • Deluxe Annual Passport ($829)
  • Signature Passport ($1,199)
  • Signature Plus Passport ($1,449)
  • Premier Passport ($2,270.47)

photo: Disney Parks

Walt Disney World

The Florida resort has increased the prices of all one-day and multi-day tickets, annual passes and add-on options. Additionally, there is now a new Water Park & Sports ticket, which allows guests to add water park visits and other sports options to base tickets for a flat fee of $74.55

Base tickets, or one park per day tickets, range in price depending on the busy season. Prices now range all the way from $110.76 (children) to $169.34 (adults) for one day, up to $703.65 for 10-day tickets.

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Park Hopper and Park Hopper Plus tickets are also available in one-day and multi-day tickets up to 10 days. These prices range from $179.99 to $259.86 for one-day tickets, all the way to $620.47 to $815.47 for ten-day tickets.

Walt Disney World offers several annual pass options, many of which include renewal discounts.

  • Platinum Pass
    • First time Platinum Pass: $1,272.68
    • Renewal Platinum Pass: $1,080.98
  • Platinum Plus Pass
    • First time Platinum Plus Pass: $1,379.18
    • Renewal Platinum Plus Pass: $1,171.50
  • Premier Passport
    • $2,270.47, no renewal discount

For more helpful information on all the changes and new pricing, we highly recommend visiting Mouse Savers.

 

––Karly Wood

Feature photo: Joshua Suddock via Disneyland Resort

 

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