Disney World parking and annual passes are now more expensive

It’s going to cost you a bit more to renew your annual pass or to park at a Disney World theme park. With the launch of tickets that are priced by the date of your visit, Disney also increased prices for parking and annual passes effective immediately.


Preferred parking: $50 per day (was $45)
Standard parking: $25 per day (was $22)
Oversized Vehicle Parking: $30 per day (was $27)

Guests who were receiving complimentary parking, including Disney resort guests and select annual passholders, will continue to do so.

Annual Passes

Please note the prices below are before any discounts for Florida residents.

The Disney Platinum Plus Pass is $994 (was $949)
The Disney Platinum Pass is $894 (was $849)
The Gold Pass is $609 (was $589)
The Silver Pass is $479 (was $439)

Combined with the recent increase to snack and beverage prices at Disney World, guests are seeing quite a few price jumps within a short period of time.

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David is a Disney travel expert who created Notes from Neverland in 2018 after visiting Disney theme parks countless times. Previously, David spent way too much time writing about sports, and was featured in Sports Illustrated, MSN, Yahoo!, and in many other publications. Learn more or contact us.

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