In addition to the price increases over at Disneyland, Walt Disney World has also raised prices on Annual Passes overnight. The last time Walt Disney World increased prices on Annual Passes was just a few months ago, in June 2019.
The changes are as follows:
|Annual Pass Type||Original||New|
|Disney Platinum Plus Pass||$1219||$1295|
|Disney Platinum Pass||$1119||$1195|
|Disney Gold Pass (FL Residents/DVC)||$699||$719|
|Disney Silver Pass (FL Residents)||$519||$539|
|Disney Theme Park Select Pass (FL Residents)||$439||$439|
|Disney Weekday Select Pass (FL Residents)||$349||$369|
|EPCOT After 4 Pass (FL Residents)||$304||$319|
Do note that for Disney Platinum and Platinum Plus Pass prices, Florida Resident rates have remained the same at $899 and $999, respectively. No increase was noted on either the Water Parks Annual Pass ($139) or the Water Parks After 2 Pass ($89). Guests purchasing Florida Resident Annual Passes who want to opt for the monthly payment plan are now required to pay a $159 down payment.
The Disney Premier Passport, which offers unlimited access to Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort theme parks, is all the way up to $2199, plus tax.
To view full pricing, check out the official Walt Disney World annual pass page.
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