The happiest place on earth is about to get a bit more expensive.
Walt Disney World recently announced admission prices to Walt Disney World will increase in the coming weeks.
Beginning Dec. 8, the price of one-day one-park tickets will increase at Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios and EPCOT.
The last time the parks saw a price increase was in 2019. The new prices will depend on the park and the date.
Due to the high demand, the most increase in price will be for a visit to the Magic Kingdom. Prices will range from $124 to $189 per day.
A one-day ticket to visit EPCOT will cost park attendees between $114-$179. Guests visiting Hollywood Studios can expect to buy a ticket for $124-$179.
The Animal Kingdom is the only park that is not changing their ticket price structure. The ticket price to enter this popular park will stay between $109 to $159.
Admission increase is not the only modification coming to park guests.
Disney World Visitors will also see an increase in prices of Disney’s Park Hopper and Park Hopper Plus, in addition to the park’s annual passes.
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