As I’m sure some of you have heard the rumors by now, and Yup! they’re true. Walt Disney World Resort has increased the prices to the MYW (Magic Your Way) tickets as well as all AP (Annual Passes) for both Tourist and Florida Residents.
Now I know some of you are saying “Ridiculous” or “Seriously?!” and I understand your frustrations. Some of you felt that the prices were already high enough, but let me explain to you a little bit of how I see the justification in this increase. The prices reflect the high quality and multitude of experiences offered at the Walt Disney World Resort. The money goes into the ongoing commitment to invest in the parks. Without the investment there wouldn’t be a New Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom, the soon to be New Avatar Experience at Animal Kingdom, the New Grand Floridian Villas at the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa and the soon to be built Polynesian Villas at the Polynesian Resort and so much more. In my opinion, it’s all worth every penny.
With that said, here are the price changes that are already in affect as of Sunday February 23rd, 2014
MYW (Magic Your Way) – Tourist & Florida Resident
- 1-day went from $95 per day to $99 per day (Adults)
- 1 day went from $89 per day to $93 per day (Children)
Epcot, Animal Kingdom & Disney’s Hollywood Studios
- 1-day went from $90 per day to $94 per day (Adults)
- 1-day went from $84 per day to $88 per day (Children)
Multi-day tickets: Tourist Only (Non-Florida Resident)
Adult (10 and up):
- 2-day tickets went from $92 to $94 per day.
- 3-day tickets went from $87.34 to $91.34 per day.
- 4-day tickets went from $69.75 to $73.50 per day.
- 5-day tickets went from $57.80 to $60.80 per day.
- 6-day tickets went from $49.84 to $52.34 per day.
- 7-day tickets went from $44.15 to $46.29 per day.
- 8-day tickets went from $39.88 to $41.75 per day.
- 9-day tickets went from $36.56 to $38.23 per day.
- 10-day tickets went from $33.90 to $35.40 per day.
- 2-day tickets went from $86 to $87.50 per day.
- 3-day tickets went from $81.34 to $85 per day.
- 4-day tickets went from $65 to $68.50 per day.
- 5-day tickets went from $54 to $56.80 per day.
- 6-day tickets went from $46.67 to $49.00 per day.
- 7-day tickets went from $41.43 to $43.43 per day.
- 8-day tickets went from $37.50 to $39.25 per day.
- 9-day tickets went from $34.45 to $36.00 per day.
- 10-day tickets went from $32 to $33.40 per day.
No expiration option:
- 2-day no expiration went from $35 to $40.
- 3-day no expiration went from $45 to $50.
- 4-day no expiration went from $95 to $100.
- 5-day no expiration went from $145 to $160.
- 6-day no expiration went from $190 to $210.
- 7-day no expiration went from $220 to $250.
- 8-day no expiration went from $245 to $270.
- 9-day no expiration went from $280 to $295.
- 10-day no expiration went from $325 to $340.
**Now please note, the Non Expiring option can be purchased at the theme parks or through a Walt Disney World Travel Agent, but they can not be purchased directly through the Walt Disney World website.**
- 1 day Park Hopper is $35 per person
- 2-day & 3-day Park Hopper is $49 per person
- 4-day to 10-day Park Hopper is $60 per person.
The change that took place with the Park Hopper option is that it’s no longer a Flat Rate like the way it was before.
Water-park, Fun and more:
- Water-park and more went from $59 to $60 per person
- Park Hopper & Water Park Fun & More went from $84 to $86 per person.
None Florida Rate Annual Passes:
**each pass is for all ages 3 & older and require a $106 deposit for the monthly payment option**
- Seasonal Pass $319 – monthly $19.48 per person
- Annual Pass $485 – monthly monthly $34.21 per person
- Premium Annual Passes $605 – monthly $44.86 per person
- Weekday Select Pass $219 – monthly $10.60 per person
- Epcot after 4 Pass $179 – monthly $7.05 per person
- Water Park after 2PM Annual Pass $62 (10 & older) and $50 (ages 3-9)
1 day tickets went DOWN from $45 to $37 for adults , and $39 to $31 for children.
Florida Resident Rates
- 3-day ticket $59.67 per adult, per day ($179.01/tickets)
- 3-day ticket $55.67 per child – ages 3 to 9, per day ($167.01/tickets)
- 4-day ticket $49.75 per adult, per day ($199.00/tickets)
- 4-day ticket $46.75 per child – ages 3 to 9, per day (187.04/tickets)
The 3-4 day Florida Resident Multi-Day tickets expire 6 months after first use or by December 17th, 2014, whichever comes first and are not valid at any theme parks or gated attractions during the following admission blockout dates.
- April 12th – April 25th, 2014
- June 7th – August 14th, 2014
**For a limited time, Florida Residents can also purchase the Florida Resident Discover Disney Ticket $129, plus tax or add a 4th day for just $20 more! Valid for use from January 4th through June 6th, 2014 with the exception of the following blackout dates and locations. **
- February 15th to February 16th, 2014: Not valid at MK
- April 12th to April 19th, 2014: Not valid at any of theme parks or gated attraction.
- April 20th to April 25th, 2014: Not valid at MK
- May 24th to May 25th, 2014: Not valid at MK
Florida Resident Annual Passes
**each pass is ages 3 & older and offers a monthly payment option with a $106.00 down payment**
- Seasonal Pass $339.74 – monthly $19.48 per person
- Annual Pass $516.53 – monthly $34.22 per person
- Premium Annual Pass $644.33 – monthly $44.87 per person
- Weekday Select Pass $233.24 – monthly $10.61 per person
- Epcot after 4 Pass $190.64 – monthly payment $7.06 per person
And remember, that proof of Florida Residency is required at park entrance and for room reservations it’s required at the resort check-in.
Let us know if you agree that the ticket price increase will help to make more Disney Magic? 😉
You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality. ~ Walt Disney ºoº
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