Disney Parks made news this week when their admission price hike went into affect. The single day ticket prices when up as much as 6.7% at Disneyland and Disney World. Each year Disney will increase their ticket price, which is pretty standard for many businesses. And Disney relies on this incomes, according to the Reuters, “the theme parks and resorts unit provided 20 percent of the company’s overall profits in the financial year that ended in September 2012.” Pretty impressive!
So what are the prices?
Walt Disney World one-day entry to the Magic Kingdom is $95 for those 10 and older. Disneyland single-day pass – single park pass is $92 and $137 for a park hopper for both Disneyland and California Adventure.
But there are ways to save!
One of the best ways is to purchase a multi-day ticket.
For example if you buy a 2-day pass park hopper it would be $210 – that would be $105 per day rather than $137 for just a 1-day pass. And if you buy a 3-day park hopper it would be $260 which would be $86 per day.
And if you happen to be a U.S. military member, a 3-day park hopper costs just $125 (just $42 per day).
If you happen to live in the area, then getting the Annual Passholder might be best for you? For $499 you can visit the park anytime you want (except for various blackout dates).
You may also be eligible for a AAA discount if you are a member. For example, I’m in California so I can get a 2-day park hopper for $200.
But really, a price increase won’t stop my family from going, the memories we make there are priceless.
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