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 June 23, 2021). These numbers are for online ticket purchasing. Tickets at the gate may cost more.
Whether you are interested in the Magic Kingdom (with Cinderella’s Castle, Mickey Mouse and the core Disney gang) or one of the other Disney parks (Epcot, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios), a one-day ticket to any of the parks is the same.
For those 10 years of age or older, the price for a one-day ticket to a single park is anywhere from $109 to $159 depending on the date you are interested in. NOTE: The difference in pricing is based on expected demand. When large crowds are expected, the one-day price is higher, and when smaller crowds are expected, prices are lower. Go here to find a calendar to see the exact price (before added taxes) on the day you are interested in.
For ages 3-9, the one-day prices are $5 cheaper — tickets start at $104 and go up to $154. Kids under 3 are admitted free.
If you plan to visit a single park 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 $174 at a minimum for those age ten or older, with a peak price of $224 on the busiest days. Again, consult the official Walt Disney World ticket calendar to see the exact price (before added taxes) on the day you are interested in.