Walt Disney World just made some significant changes that are sure to impact visitors. From parking fees to annual pass prices and park access, here is everything you need to know about these updates:
The standard parking fee at the Walt Disney World theme parks has increased from $25 to $30. This move now puts Disney on par with Universal Orlando’s parking fee. Parking remains free for Walt Disney World annual passholders.
Annual Pass Prices
Annual passes at Walt Disney World have also seen an increase, varying between $30 and $50, depending on the pass type.
- Incredi-Pass: Now $1,449 (previously $1,399)
- Sorcerer: Now $999 (previously $969)
- Pirate: Now $799 (previously $749)
- Pixie: Now $439 (previously $399)
All-Day Park Hopper Access
In exciting news, Disney has announced the reintroduction of all-day Park Hopping at Walt Disney World, starting January 9, 2024. That’s the same day Walt Disney World plans to do away with theme park reservations for date-based tickets. With the current Park Hopping restrictions, ticketed guests and passholders are only able to visit the resort’s other theme parks after 2 pm each day. However, with the return of all-day Park Hopping, guests will be able to switch between parks at any time of the day using a Park Hopper ticket or annual pass.
These changes will provide greater flexibility and the opportunity for visitors to explore multiple parks and enjoy a more immersive Disney experience.
Stay tuned to Attraction Insight for more Walt Disney World news.