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Average Single-Day Ticket Price Raised in 2022 for Walt Disney World Theme Parks

Vacation packages and tickets are now available to book for 2022 at Walt Disney World. With the release of pricing, we can see that a Walt Disney World vacation in 2022 might be a bit more expensive than in 2021.

As has been the case, single-day tickets in 2022 still start at $109 and go as high as $159. These vary depending on the day and time of year, but the expected price of tickets has not been raised.

Though the price range is the same, the number of days with the $109 price has gone down, while the number of days with the $159 price has gone up. This pushes the average cost for a single-day ticket up to around $135. This is about $7.50 higher than the 2020 price and more than $4 higher than the 2021 price.

Guests buying more than one single-day ticket may end up spending more than in years past. Multi-day tickets do have the same discount in 2022 as in 2021.

The lowest-priced days are available in August and September, which is now typically Disney’s slowest season. Holiday weeks, especially around Christmas and New Year’s Eve, will be higher-priced.

To get your tickets, visit the Walt Disney World website.

For more information on booking your next trip with our official travel agent sponsor, the Vacationeer, visit wdwnt.travel.

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jim
jim
9 months ago

They sure didn’t discount the price for not offering Magical Express anymore either

Sue
Sue
9 months ago

It’s all
About money with Disney people are getting least and they want to rise prices. Doesn’t surprise me

Nate
Nate
9 months ago
Reply to  Sue

Pricing people out..

Katherine Taylor
Katherine Taylor
9 months ago

Offer less, charge more🙄 Disney’s new motto. I won’t be back for years, if ever.

Jonathan
Jonathan
9 months ago

So nice that Disney thinks everyone will have more money a year from now in the middle of a pandemic. Well, as long as people go and pay with each increase every year, who can blame them.

Shelia
Shelia
9 months ago

I want to know when will they offer annual passes again.

Stacey
Stacey
9 months ago
Reply to  Shelia

Supposedly they aren’t going to. :(