Prices just went up for annual passes at Walt Disney World

It’s going to cost you more money to be an annual passholder at Walt Disney World. Disney has raised the prices on all of their Walt Disney World passes effective immediately. The smallest increases were $20 for the lower tier passes and $76 for the platinum level passes.

You can see all of the price increases below. Note that the prices shown are before any discounts for Florida residents are applied.

Disney Platinum Plus Pass – $1,295 (was $1,219)
Disney Platinum Pass – $1,195 (was $1,119)
Gold Pass – $719 (was $699)
Silver Pass – $539 (was $519)

Price increases at Walt Disney World are never a surprise, but they can be quite frustrating for those who believe the value in the annual passes is being stripped away.

While the gold and silver pass increases can be brushed off as being fairly inconsequential, the increases to the platinum level passes make the math a bit more complicated when arguing their value. Previously, for out-of-state families, the idea was that two individual 4-5 day trips with park hopper tickets would justify an annual pass. Now, that break-even point may be a bit harder to reach.

Consider redoing the math if you’re about to renew or purchase an annual pass to see if they still make sense for your family.

David has been writing about Disney since 2018. He founded Notes from Neverland as an outlet to express his love for all things Disney, including Walt Disney World, Disneyland and Disney Cruise Line. Join us for news, reviews and more!

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