At Walt Disney World in Florida, a one-day ticket to the Magic Kingdom park during peak season increased by $5, or 4 percent, to $129.
Prices for tickets and annual passes have once again increased, effective Sunday. All of the increases are reflected on the parks' websites. That's a $4 increase over a year ago. The value ticket will still cost $97.
We have been telling you for a couple of weeks now - if it's February, it must be time for Disney's annual ticket price increases. On regular and peak days, Disney is raising the price of Park Hoppers by less than it is one-day, one-park tickets, suggesting that Disney would really rather you hop over to California Adventure for part of your day at Disneyland than crowding just the one park all day. Former Signature pass costs 849 USA dollars, which includes free parking, goes up to 999 US dollars while the most expensive Signature Plus pass, with free parking and an online app to board rides faster, is now 1,149 USA dollars, up from 1,049 US dollars. At California's Disneyland Resort, one-day admission during peak season increased by $11, or about 8.9 percent, to $135. The Gold pass, which has two block out periods costs $589, a $30 increase.
Disney also plans to sell multi-day tickets with date-specific pricing later this year.
Disneyland ticket prices are seeing the biggest increases.
The price increases comes months ahead of the opening of Toy Story Land at Disney's Hollywood Studios this summer.
In October 2015, the Disneyland introduced flexible pricing at USA parks as an incentive for guests to visit during less busy times.
Details on the fixed-date tickets created to control attendance will be released in advance of next year's opening of Star Wars Lands.