Walt Disney World Raises Single-Day Ticket Prices

By  //  February 24, 2014

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Magic Kingdom is Most Expensive Park

disney-prices-sliderCELEBRATION, FLORIDA– For the second time in twelve months, Walt Disney World is raising the cost of a single day ticket to its theme parks. 

According to Orlando Business Journal, admission for one to the Magic Kingdom will now cost $99 for adults and children, ages 10 and up, marking a $4 increase from the previous price.

Admission to EPCOT, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdrom increased from $9o to $94.

Disney spokesman Bryan Malenius told the Orlando Sentinel that the ticket price raise is part of an ongoing investment and the parks and most guests select multi-day tickets for additional savings.

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