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3 MORE Price Hikes Now in Effect at Walt Disney World

Price hikes and upcharge events have become an unfortunate reality of the modern landscape of Walt Disney World, where attendance is down but there is still a push from upper management to keep revenue high. However, even though Disney just increased prices last week on food, drinks, and tickets, it looks like even more price changes are coming, and these ones will almost definitely affect your next trip to Walt Disney World... 

1. Annual pass prices are up across the board 

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Though we already saw some substantial price hikes for annual passholders back in February 2018, it looks like Disney is double-dipping in 2018 with the price hikes once again, with the following changes now in effect: 

  • The Disney Platinum Plus Pass is now $994, up from $949. For Florida Residents, the price is $849, up from $829
  • The Disney Platinum Pass is now $894 up from $849. For Florida Residents, the price for this pass is now $749, up from $729
  • The Gold Pass is now $609, up from $589 (this type of pass is only available to Florida Residents, so there is no additional location-based discount)
  • The Silver Pass is now $479, up from $439 (this type of pass is only available to Florida Residents, so there is no additional location-based discount)
  • Florida Resident Weekday Select Seasonal pass is now $319, up from $289
  • The newly introduced Florida Resident Theme Park Select Pass is remaining $439 per guest, which is the same
Unfortunately, even though these prices are already super high, we expect the price of annual passes to go up again in the near future, as Disney almost always raises annual pass prices in February, and we'll definitely see yet another increase around this time next year as Disney begins final preperations for the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.
 
However, looking back towards the short term, it looks like annual passes aren't the only thing that just got more expensive at Walt Disney World... 
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