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Disney World Raises 2020 Ticket Prices

Updated November 17, 2020

It’s here. The dreaded day of ticket price increases at Walt Disney World. Prior to February 11, guests hurried to purchase Disney World tickets for 2020 at 2019 pricing. Although the price increase has now taken effect, it’s still possible to get Disney World tickets at old pricing but for a limited time only. If you’re planning to visit the parks in 2020 now is the time to buy!

As the Walt Disney World Resort continues to expand by adding new lands such as Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Toy Story Land, and new attractions like Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway and Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, raising ticket prices seems inevitable. Like the past 4+ years, this year Disney also increased its prices on February 11.

Some ticket pricing in 2020 was raised by a small amount, such as the 3-Day Base Ticket which increased by about $8. Some tickets increased significantly in price, such as the 10-Day Park Hopper Plus, which increased about $65. The 7-Day Park Hopper went up about $45. Overall, guests can plan on paying anywhere between $8 to $65 more than 2019 pricing. Luckily, you can still get old ticket pricing here using the Park Saver’s affiliate, Undercover Tourist.

Along with updated Disney ticket pricing, Walt Disney World added a brand new ticket option that combines the Base Ticket with Water Parks and Sports. Guests can now visit one park per day and have the option to visit a Disney water park or sport event with their ticket. This new option costs about $70 plus tax.
Though Disney World ticket prices are constantly rising, you can be sure that Park Savers will always help you find the best deals on park tickets so you can better enjoy your Disney World experience.