Disney Park prices are increasing at Disneyland and Disney World, where a single-day entry price in Florida will top $100.
|© Steven Liebman|
Starting Feb. 22, 2015, Disney said the one-day ticket price at The Magic Kingdom will rise to $105 plus tax. The prices for Epcot, Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios will go up to $97 plus tax.
Last year with the first year that the price for the Magic Kingdom became higher than the other parks. That price was $99.
Meanwhile, the adult one-day ticket price to Disneyland or California Adventure will rise from $96 to $99. A one-day park hopper add-on will increase from $54 to $56.
The spokesmen for Disneyland and Disney World released the identical statement: “A day at a Disney park is unlike any other in the world, and there is strong demand for our attractions and entertainment. We continually add new experiences, and many of our guests select multi-day tickets or annual passes which provide great value and additional savings.”
The $100 mark at Disney World has “a psychological impact,” Joe Couceiro, a former SeaWorld chief marketing officer told the Orlando Sentinel. “I’m not sure it’s going to keep people necessarily away, (but) I think your first impulse is to say, ‘let me see what kind of deal I can get.'”