Disney World 2018 ticket price increases

Walt Disney World Resort has officially raised their theme park ticket prices as well as their annual pass prices. As of February 11th, 2018, here’s what you should expect to pay for the various ticket packages at Disney World’s theme parks.

The new 2018 price increases are listed first with the original price listed behind in parenthesis. Keep in mind that all of these prices are subject to change and don’t include tax. Visit Disney World’s official website for current information.

Single-Day Park Tickets

Magic Kingdom
Value – $109 (up from $107)
Regular – $119 (up from $115)
Peak – $129 (up from $124)

Epcot, Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios
Value – $102 (up from $99)
Regular – $114 (up from $107)
Peak – $122 (up from $119)

Park Hopper

Value – $164 (up from $162)
Regular – $174 (up from $170)
Peak – $184 (up from $174)

Multi-Day Park Tickets

5 days
$415 (up from $370)

4 days
$400 (up from $350)
FL residents: $229 (up from $219)

3 days
$325 (up from $289)
FL residents: $209 (up from $199)

2 days
$209 (up from $199)

Annual Passes

Silver Pass
FL resident only
$439 (up from $419)

Gold Pass
FL resident & DVC
$589 (up from $559)

Platinum Pass
FL resident – $729 (up from $679)
Regular pass – $849 (up from $779)

Platinum Plus Pass
FL resident – $829 (up from $769)
Regular pass – $949 (up from $869)

David
David has been writing about Disney since 2018. He founded Notes from Neverland as an outlet to express his love for Walt Disney World, Disney Cruise Line and more.

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