2018 Disneyland + Walt Disney Pricing Increases

 

Today the Walt Disney Travel Company announced pricing increases across it’s two US parks – Disneyland and Walt Disney World.  Continue below to see how this could affect your upcoming vacation!

Disneyland:

Disneyland tickets have seen an increase with some tickets rising as much as 18%!  Please note, too, that Annual Pass renewals are no longer available.

Walt Disney World:

Theme park parking has increased from $20 to $22, and preferred parking increased from $40 to $45.

Minnie Vans have increased from $20 to $25.  Pop Century has also been added as a pick up location.

Tickets have increased, and we are seeing the largest increases on the multi-day tickets.

Annual passes, one day, and multi-day tickets have seen an increase as well.

Below you will see pricing increase samples we have been able to compare from 2017 to 2018:

Florida Residents

3-Day Florida Resident tickets went from $199 to $209
4-day Florida Resident ticket went from $219 to 229

General Public 

2-day Base Tickets (one park per day) went from $199 to $209
3-day Base Tickets(one park per day) went from $289 to $325
4-day Base Tickets (one park per day) went from $350 to $400
5-day Base Tickets (one park per day) went from $370 to $415

Stand-alone tickets and Annual prices have risen as of February 11, 2018.

Tickets that are part of a package ONLY will not increase until February 21, 2018.

Be sure to book NOW to lock in your package ticket rate!  Don’t let those increase put a damper on your 2018 travel places.  

Let us sprinkle our pixie dust and work our magic for your family or group today. 

 

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