Disney Raises Admission Prices for Magic Kingdom

By  //  June 3, 2013

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ABOVE VIDEO: Florida’s Space Coast has expanded its offering of entertainment to tourists as well as locals. Recent increases in admission prices at Orlando’s theme parks may cause more Brevard residents to opt for entertainment along the Space Coast. Video courtesy of Florida Space Coast Office of Tourism

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – One of the most popular tourist attractions  in Florida is raising admission prices, as Walt Disney World Resort sets admission to the Magic Kingdom theme park at $95 per ticket for all park guests over 10 years old

Disney’s admission increase announcement came two weeks after Universal Studios increasing its admission prices to tickets for children ages 3 to 9 will be $89 and the price of Disney’s annual pass increased by $35. Orlando’s three major theme parks are contributors to the $30 billion-plus tourism industry that employs thousands of Central Floridians.

According to Orlando Business Journal, Disney World, Universal Studios and Sea World combine to contribute to $30 billion-plus tourism industry that employs thousands of central Floridians. Will higher admission prices  lead you to spend more money within Brevard County, or will you still spend the same amount of your leisure money at Disney and other attractions ?