On Feb 22, 2015 ticket prices increased, a one day Magic Kingdom ticket, for ages 10+, will now cost $105. Children ages 3-9 will pay $99 for a ticket. Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Disney's Animal Kingdom will now cost adults $97 for a one day ticket - $91 for children.
It's important to point out that these are not per day rates. At Walt Disney World, the longer you stay, the cheaper it is to play. So for example, a two day adult ticket will cost $92 per day, a five day ticket is $63 per day. Sometimes the media gets this wrong and mistakenly reports that it's $105 per day.
Overall ticket prices increased about $6 to $10, depending on the ticket type. Some of the Park Hopper options increased slightly as well as did Walt Disney World Annual Passes and Water Park Fun and More Options.
In our post earlier today we shared with you that the No Expiration Option is no longer being offered. One-day Water Park tickets will allow entry into both Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach.
Darren Wittko is the creator of Save at Walt Disney World and a Disney Destinations Specialist at Magical Vacations Travel. Voted "best of the best Disney travel agent" by readers of the 2015 Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World.