Planning a trip to Disney World just became even more expensive. Be prepared to take a serious hit in your wallet if you plan to go to Disney World, especially around the holidays. The park announced on Tuesday morning that prices for 1-day, 1-park tickets are increasing starting December 8, 2022. Here’s the catch, the prices vary depending on the park and the date. This means that going to Epcot on a Tuesday would be significantly cheaper than going to Magic Kingdom on a Saturday.
Here are the admission prices for each Disney park ranging from least to most expensive:
Animal Kingdom: $109 – $159 (no increase)
EPCOT: $114 – $179
Hollywood Studios: $124 – $179
Magic Kingdom: $124 – $189
One nifty change about the new ticketing system is that it will automatically make your park reservation when you buy your 1-day, 1-park ticket. However, the cost of adding the park hopper to your ticket will also vary by date.
Not only are the single day tickets increasing in price, so are the annual passes. Although sales for Incredi-Pass, Sorcerer, and Pirate remain paused, there will be a price increase once they resume. Here are the tiers ranging from least to most expensive:
Pixie: $399 (no change)
Pirate: $749 (was $699)
Sorcerer: $969 (was $899)
Incredi-Pass: $1399 (was $1299)