Disney Raises Annual Pass Prices Ahead of Galaxy’s Edge Opening

Published: June 25, 2019

Disney has increased the price of its Annual Passes, pretty much, across the board.  Many Annual Pass Holders are crying foul as the increase conveniently comes right before the long-awaited opening of Galaxy’s Edge in Hollywood Studios this August.  Annual Pass Holders will have a special preview of the new addition to Hollywood Studios before the general public.

Below are the new prices for annual passes for Walt Disney World in Florida.  The largest increase is for the Non-Florida Resident Disney Platinum Plus Annual Pass which is $225

Disney Premier Passport (Walt Disney World and Disneyland admission)

Price increased $150 from $1,949 to $2,099

  • Disney Platinum Plus Annual Pass
    • Non-Florida Resident price increased $225 from $994 to $1,219
    • Florida Resident and DVC Member price increased $150 from $849 to $999
  • Disney Platinum Annual Pass
    • Non-Florida Resident price increased $225 from $894 to $1,119
    • Florida Resident and DVC Member price increased $150 from $749 to $899
  • Disney Gold Annual Pass (FL Resident and DVC Members Only) 
    • Price increased $90 from $609 to $699
  • Disney Silver Annual Pass (FL Residents Only) 
    • Price increased $50 from $479 to $529
  • Disney Theme Park Select Annual Pass (FL Residents Only) 
    • Price remained at $439
  • Disney Weekday Select Annual Pass (FL Residents Only) 
    • Price increased $30 from $319 to $349
  • Epcot After 4 Annual Pass (FL Residents Only) 
    • Price increased $20 from $289 to $309
  • Disney Water Parks Annual Pass 
    • Price increased $9 from $130 to $139
  • Disney Water Parks After 2 Annual Pass (FL Residents Only) 
    • Price increased $10 from $79 to $89

With these HUGE increases which align with the opening of Galaxy’s Edge, which will pack the parks, Disney fans are upset that this is just a money grab by the Disney Corporation.  Many are worried that Disney is out-pricing itself to the point where most fans will no longer afford to be able to visit ANY of the Disney parks.  This could be a situation where the other Florida Amusement Parks could use Disney’s price increases as a way to lure visitors away from the Mouse and into their parks.

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