^^I like the side-by-side comparison of the actual ride with the animated version. Looks like they came pretty close, although they still have to finish the "dark ride" portion. I imagine that the dwarf animated figures will be installed soon, now that the coaster is finished.
The tickets seem expensive, like high end ski resort prices, but the four day ticket is only about $50 a day which isn't a bad deal. I hope they don't raise the CA prices though, or at least not the two day ticket price, as you only need two days to see the CA parks and it's definitely going to be more than $50 a day.
Starting today, Disney's Magic Kingdom guests will have to fork over a few extra dollars for single-day park admission.
The tickets will cost $99 for adults and children 10 and up.
This $4 price hike keeps Magic Kingdom the most expensive Disney park.
A one-day ticket for Epcot, Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios will go from $90 to $94.
"Our pricing reflects the high quality and breadth of experiences we offer and our ongoing commitment to investing in our parks," Disney spokesman Bryan Malenius said Saturday. "We offer a variety of ticket options that provide a great value, and find that most guests select multi-day tickets that offer additional savings."
This is the second price hike in less than a year.
Universal Orlando also raised its prices last summer. A one-day, one-park ticket is $92.
For a full listing of Disney ticket prices go to disneyworld.com/tickets. New ticket prices will be reflected on Sunday.
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805Andrew wrote:The tickets seem expensive, like high end ski resort prices, but the four day ticket is only about $50 a day which isn't a bad deal. I hope they don't raise the CA prices though, or at least not the two day ticket price, as you only need two days to see the CA parks and it's definitely going to be more than $50 a day.
I think Disneyland might have escaped this round of increases. The resort had nothing new to offer this year, and a lot of big attractions will be closed for extend amounts of time leading up to the 60th anniversary.
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