Disney will raise prices in December (includes video story)

The Walt Disney Co. has announced that starting December 8 ticket prices will increase. This is the first time the firm has done so since 2019. With this change, there will be park-specific pricing for one-day, one-park tickets taking into consideration demand and day.

Magic Kingdom will be the most expensive of the four parks with prices ranging from $124 to $189 a day. The price is skyrocketing because “of Magic Kingdom’s incredible demand, as the most-visited theme park in the world,” according to Disney.

Epcot and Hollywood Studios will also experience price increases, with tickets ranging from $114 to $179. Animal Kingdom is the only park that remains in the same range: $109 to $159.

Park-hopper tickets and annual pass prices are also expected to increase.

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