Ticket prices are going up again at Walt Disney World

The Walt Disney World Resort has raised prices on its tickets, including one-park-per-day and Park Hopper tickets. Last fall, Disney changed its pricing structure to apply variable pricing to multi-day tickets as well as one-day admissions, so your price to visit the resort’s theme parks will depend upon the first day of your visit.

Ticket prices for specific dates can be found online at disneyworld.disney.go.com/admission/tickets. Here are the new price ranges, compared with the previous ones. Prices have jumped substantially at the top end, from 15% up to 30%, as Disney again tries to balance its attendance across the year by encouraging its guests to choose to visit on traditionally less crowded days instead of the most popular ones.

One park per day, for one day: $109 – $159 (old range: $109 – $129)
Two days $107 – $155 (must be used in 4 days): ($101 – $119)
Three days (used in 5 days): $104 – $149 (old: $98 – $115)
Four days (in 7 days): $101 – $141 ($93 – $109)
Five days (in 8 days): $83 – $114 ($78 – $91)
Six days (in 9 days): $70 – $96 ($67 – $78)
Seven days (in 10 days): $61 – $83 ($58 – $68)
Eight days (in 12 days): $56 – $74 ($53 – $61)
Nine days (in 13 days): $51 – $67 ($48 – $56)
Ten days (in 14 days): $47 – $61 ($44 – $51)

Park Hopper, for one day: $169 – $219 (old: $164 – $184)
Two days: $142 – $190 (old: $133 – $152)
Three days: $127 – $173 (old: $120 – $136)
Four days: $121 – $161 (old: $112 – $128)
Five days: $99 – $130 (old: $93 – $106)
Six days: $84 – $110 (old: $79 – $90)
Seven days: $73 – $95 (old: $69 – $79)
Eight days: $66 – $84 (old: $62 – $71)
Nine days: $59 – $76 (old: $56 – $64)
Ten days: $55 – $68 (old: $52 – $59)

The Disneyland Resort in California raised its ticket prices in January, although it did not introduce variable pricing on its multi-date tickets, as Disney World has.

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