Disney Raises Theme Park Prices, But You Can Still Lock In Lower Prices
Updated February 12th 2017 Disney theme park prices have gone up once again. In this article you’ll see how to lock in the discount prices on Disneyland and Walt Disney World prices before they are gone forever.
Disneyland has increased prices on all one day, multi day tickets, and some Annual Passports.
In Walt Disney World, the prices for the one day tickets, multi day tickets, and some Annual Passports will increase.
There are some tricks that will allow you to lock in exclusive discounted prices on the current Disneyland and Walt Disney World ticket prices.
Disney works with a select group of tour companies to sell packages and discount tickets. Disneyland’s first outside travel partner was Get Away Today vacations (they have worked together for over 25 years). I reached out to Get Away Today and negotiated their prices down exclusively for our readers. When you purchase through our private link, you will be guaranteed to be purchasing the lowest priced 2-day and longer Disneyland tickets available to the public anywhere.
You can buy Disneyland tickets for use any time in 2017. If you are visiting the parks, buy now! If you are buy Walt Disney World tickets before this increase, the tickets will remain valid indefinitely. There is no expiration date until the first day you use your ticket.
The lowest prices on tickets can only be accessed through our private link. When you go to Get Away Today’s website directly, you will still get a great discount, but will miss out on roughly $20 of savings per ticket.
Today is an even more special day, because even though Disneyland and Walt Disney World raised their prices on February 12, Get Away Today will keep their current extremely discounted prices until February 21st for the purchase of any ticket two days or longer. Access the exclusively discounted tickets just for our readers via this private link. Ticket prices go up immediately on February 22nd!
Prices for both Disneyland and Walt Disney World resorts have risen steadily since 2000 when the prices for admission at Disneyland were a mere $41 for adults and $31 for children. In Walt Disney World tickets cost $46 for adults and $37 for children.
These increases have come after a steady increase of attendance and an overcrowding problem that makes Disneyland busy during every time of the year.
As recorded by the Themed Entertainment Association, in 2014, Disneyland is reported to have seen 16,769,000 million visitors while Disney California Adventure welcomed 8,769,000 visitors. In Walt Disney World, the Magic Kingdom saw 19,332,000, Epcot saw 11,454,00, Animal Kingdom saw 10,402,00, and Hollywood Studios saw 10,312,000.