Disney World Ticket Prices
If you are planning a visit to Disney World in Orlando, Florida, you may be confused about ticket prices, because there are so many options. Below we offer a look at current Disney price options as of April 20, 2017. These numbers are for online ticket purchasing. Tickets at the gate may cost more.
Most people’s first thought of Disney World is the Magic Kingdom, with Cinderella’s Castle and Mickey Mouse and the core Disney gang. For those 10 years of age or older, the price for a Regular one-day Magic Kingdom ticket is $115. On certain days, the ticket price could be slightly different: on Peak Days, when large crowds are expected, the one-day price goes up to $124. On off-season days when smaller crowds are expected, you can get a Value ticket for $107. (Go here to find a calendar that shows which dates are Regular, Peak, and Value.)
For ages 3-9, the one-day prices are $101 (Value), $109 (Regular), and $118 (Peak). Kids under 3 are admitted free, no ticket necessary.
If you plan to visit the Magic Kingdom for more than one day, your per-day ticket price will be slightly lower, with the exact price depending on how many days you choose.
A one-day pass that allows you to go between Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom all in the same day will cost you $170 for those age ten or older on Regular Days ($164 for ages three to nine), $174 on Peak Days ($168 for ages three to nine), and $162 on Value Days ($156 for ages three to nine). Again, those under three years old get in free.
Epcot, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom
A one-day pass to any one of Epcot, Hollywood Studios, or Animal Kingdom is priced at $107 on Regular Days for those ten years and older ($101 for ages three to nine), $119 on Peak Days ($113 for ages three to nine), and $99 on Value Days ($93 for ages three to nine). Again, those under three years old get in free.