Walt Disney World and Disneyland prices rise, testing again how much families can afford to pay for a day in the nation’s best-known theme parks.
Regular ticket pricing is up $4 to $119 for adults and $113 for kids at the Magic Kingdom park in Orlando.
On the peak visitation times of the year parents will need to shell out $5 more to $129 for themselves and $123 for children. On the cheapest days, prices rose by $2 to $109 for adults and $103 for kids.
Parking prices also rose. On the most expensive days, according to new pricing structure, a family of four with two kids will have to pay $526 for a day of fun in the park. Walt Disney Co. has steadily increased prices at its theme parks over the years, but the amusement centers remain popular.
At Disneyland, regular tickets were boosted $7 to $117 for adults, at peak period tickets climb $11 to $135 and the cheapest ticket remains at $97.
Spokeswoman Suzi Brown said that they will continue to evolve their pricing in a way which gives visitors a range of options to meet their budget.
Walt Disney World and Disneyland prices rise which stumble the visitors budget.
Signature Plus annual passport rises by $100 to $1,149, which is the most expensive. Disney World issued a similar statement that the goal of its flexible pricing is to try to spread out attendance during the year.
“We are reshaping our Annual Pass program to better manage the guest experience throughout the year, which will help all Disneyland Resort guests have a great visit, particularly as we look forward to the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in 2019,” Brown said.