As previously reported, Walt Disney World has introduced park-specific pricing for one-day, one-park tickets. That new pricing structure is now in effect.
The prices for one-day, one-park tickets are now variable depending on the date of your visit and which theme park you select. One-day, one-park tickets now also automatically include a park pass reservation, so guests using this ticket type don’t have to worry about booking a reservation separately.
The price ranges for each park are listed below.
- Disney’s Animal Kingdom: $109-$159
- Disney’s Hollywood Studios: $124-$179
- EPCOT: $114-$179
- Magic Kingdom Park: $124-$189
At this time, the $189 price at Magic Kingdom is only for nine days around Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
Booking a One-Day, One-Park Ticket
Here’s what the process looks like for the new pricing model.
The calendar will show the lowest ticket price, which will almost always be Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
Once you select a date, you will be asked to select a park. Here is where the individual park prices will be shown.
Walt Disney World has utilized park-specific pricing in the past. Previously, Magic Kingdom ticket prices were higher than the price for EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom.