Parking Price Increased for Walt Disney World Theme Parks

Katie Francis

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Parking Price Increased for Walt Disney World Theme Parks

The cost for parking your vehicle at the Walt Disney World theme parks has increased.

Parking Price Increase

New Parking Standard

Standard Parking (for one day only) is now $30 for cars, a $5 increase.

Preferred Parking ranges from $45-$55, depending on your vehicle type.

The price increase coincides with general pricing spikes across the resort. Increased prices were applied to all four tiers of Annual Passes on the morning of October 11. The price of the Sorcerer Pass increased by $30 while the Pixie Dust Pass increased by $40. Both the Incredi-Pass and Pirate Pass have increased in price by $50.

Guests were also greeted by increased food and beverage prices while visiting on October 11. The price increases impact almost every single restaurant at the resort and affect both items specific to individual locations and general snacks and beverages such as pretzels, the Nestle Mickey’s Premium Ice Cream Bar, and soft drinks.

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Disney also announced the impending return of all-day park hopping. The service will again be offered to Annual Passholders and any guest with a ticket that has Park Hopper benefits on January 9, 2024, after being truncated to just 2:00 p.m. and beyond since 2021.

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