Walt Disney World Annual Pass Prices Hit All Time High As Prices Increase Overnight

WDWKingdom T.J.

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Walt Disney World has been increasing the price of tickets across the board over the past 10 years well beyond the inflation rate. This is simply due to supply and demand. The parks are busy, so what is a business to do? While you were sleeping last night Walt Disney World raised the prices of its annual passes. In some cases, dramatically. Check out the new prices below.

Disney Premier Passport

$2,099 (increase of $150 up from $1,949) Walt Disney World and Disneyland combined annual pass)

Disney Platinum Plus Annual Pass

$1,219 (increase of $225 up from $994) Non-Florida resident rate

$999 (increase of $150 from $849) Florida Resident Rate

Disney Platinum Annual Pass

$1,119 (increase of $225 up from $849) Non-Florida Resident Rate
$899 (increase of $150 up from $749) Florida Resident Rate

Disney Gold Annual Pass

$699 (increase of $90 up from $609) Florida Resident and DVC Member Rate

Disney Silver Annual Pass

$529 (increase of $50 up from $479) Florida Resident Rate

Disney Theme Park Select Annual Pass

$439 (no increase) Florida Resident Rate

Disney Weekday Select Annual Pass

$349 (increase of $30 from $319) Florida Resident Rate

Epcot After 4 Annual Pass

$309 (increase of $20 from $289) Florida Resident Rate

Disney Water Parks Annual Pass

$139 (increase of $9 from $130)

Disney Water Parks After 2 Annual Pass

$89 (increase of $10 from $79) Florida Resident Rate

*rates do not include 15% discount for AP renewal

What do you think about this rate increase? Are you currently an annual passholder? Talk about it below!
 
 
   
 

Cromer816

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I used to have an AP while living in Florida because I could truly get worth out of it. But man, living out of state is pricey enough and now these increases are nuts! I wish Disney would let the out-of-state guests have the payment plan, that way they could actually enjoy the passes more since the prices are so high! With a family of 5, I don't see us getting passes anytime soon. :(
 
 
   
 
 
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