Though we haven't had the "big" ticket and annual pass price hike at Walt Disney World yet (though we're guessing one or both of those will be coming in the next few weeks), Disney has been quietly raising prices on other things around the resort including dining plans, dessert parties, and even the iconic Minnie Mouse ears! If you're planning a trip to Walt Disney World in the near future, here are some of the price hikes you'll encounter.
1. Disney Dining Plan
Though Disney recently offered free dining as part of an early 2020 promotion, if you missed out on this deal, here's how much you'll pay for the Disney Dining Plan in 2020:
Quick-service dining plan: Includes 2 meals (one entree and one drink) plus 2 snacks, and 1 refillable mug
- Adult $55.00 (Up from $52.50)
- Child $26.00 (Up from $23.78)
Standard Dining Plan: Includes one table-service meal (which includes a dessert but not appetizer), one quick-service meal, two snacks, and a refillable mug.
- Adult $78.01 (Up from $75.49)
- Child $30.51 (Up from $27.98)
Deluxe Dining Plan: includes 3 table-service or quick-service meals (which include dessert and an appetizer, for the former) as well as 2 snacks and 1 refillable mug
- Adult $119.00 (Up from $116.25)
- Child $47.50 (Up from $43.50)
2. Minnie Mouse ears
Though it isn't a massive price hike, late last year Disney quietly raised the price on standard Minnie Ears (not limited release or special edition) from $27.99 to $29.99. So if you're looking to get the next trendy color of Minnie Mouse ear headband, expect to see a higher total at the register!