Going to Walt Disney World in 2014 has just gotten more expensive, as the theme park operator has once again raised prices of admission to its theme parks, coming close to the $100 per ticket fee.
One-day, one-park tickets at Magic Kingdom will cost $99, while Epcot, Animal Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios will cost $94 — an increase of $4 over 2013 rates. Park hopper fees have also increased: $35 for one-day, $49 for two- or three-days, and $60 for four- to 10-day passes.
Children 10 and older must pay adult admission for tickets, while children 3 through 9 pay $93 at Magic Kingdom and $88 at the other parks. Those 3 and younger are free.
At this time, Disneyland in California has not announced admission increases for its park, or California Adventure, which are currently $92 for a one-day pass for adults and $86 for children 3 to 9. One-day park hopper passes — especially useful in Anaheim as the two theme parks are across a pedestrian complex from each other — are $137 for adults, and $131 for children.
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