As of Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017, tickets into any of Disney’s U.S. parks are now more expensive!
Single-day tickets to the Magic Kingdom will now set you back $107, $115 or $124 — depending on the season — up from $105, $110 or $124.
For Disneyland in Anaheim, California, single-day tickets will run $97, $110 or $124, which is up from $95, $105 or $119.
Last February, Disney altered its park pricing by creating three seasonal prices for its one-day tickets in order to control overcrowding during the parks’ busiest times.
The calendar was divided into Value, Regular and Peak periods. The Value periods were the least expensive while the Peak periods cost more.
Guests can save $20 on three- to ten-day passes for Walt Disney World by ordering them online or by phone before getting to the gates.
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The Deluxe annual pass for the California Disneyland will also experience a price bump. It’s going from $599 to $619. The price of the Premier, Signature Plus and Signature annual passes will stay the same.
Annual passes for Walt Disney World in Florida are also getting a price hike. The Platinum Pass will now be $779, marking a $30 increase. The Platinum Plus pass — which grants pass holders access to Disney World’s water parks in addition to its four theme parks — will be $869, up $40.
The Premier Passport, which gets pass holders into Disney World and Disneyland all year, will stay the same price at $1,439.
Premium parking is also getting a price hike. Getting into the lot nearest to the park will now cost $40, up from $35, at Walt Disney World.
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