We wanted to let Disney Parks Blog readers know that starting tomorrow, June 2, tickets to our Florida and California theme parks will be adjusted with new pricing.
As we’ve heard from many of our guests, the quality entertainment and attractions and the memorable moments created by our cast make a Disney theme park experience a great value. There’s something for everyone at Disney Parks to make a magical vacation memory.
You can now find information on the different ticket pricing on our Walt Disney World Resort ticket page and Disneyland Resort page.
Interesting that the one day ticket for the Magic Kingdom is more expensive than the one day ticket to the other 3 parks. Haven't all 4 WDW parks always been the same price? Since I usually have an annual pass, I haven't really looked at 1-day tickets for a long time. Is this something new?
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