The price of a family vacation with Mickey and Minnie continues to rise.
Both Disneyland in California and Disney World in Florida have increased their admission fees. The new fees are as follows:
Magic Kingdom – Disney World
Low-Demand Day: $109 for Adults; $103 for Kids ($2 Increase)
High-Demand Day: $119 for Adults; $114 for Kids ($4 Increase)
Peak-Demand Day: $129 for Adults; $123 for Kids ($5 Increase)
Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios – Disney World
Low-Demand Day: $3 Increase
High-Demand Day: $3 Increase
Peak-Demand Day: $7 Increase
Disneyland and Disney California Adventure
Low-Demand Day: $97 (No Price Change)
High-Demand Day: $117 ($7 Increase)
Peak-Demand: $135 ($11 Increase)
The price of parking at Disney World has also increased to $22, up from $20.
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