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    Walt Disney World New Prices as of June 2, 2013


    This came in an email today from WDW

    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.
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    Magic Your Way Ticket Options(*)
    Days On Ticket Base Ticket Optional Add-Ons
    Ages 10-up Ages 3-9 Park Hopper® Water Park Fun & More Park Hopper® & Water Park Fun & More No Expiration
    10 days $339
    ($33.90/day)
    $320
    ($32.00/day)
    $59 $59 (10 visits) $84 (10 visits) $325
    9 days $329
    ($36.56/day)
    $310
    ($34.45/day)
    $59 $59 (9 visits) $84 (9 visits) $280
    8 days $319
    ($39.88/day)
    $300
    ($37.50/day)
    $59 $59 (8 visits) $84 (8 visits) $245
    7 days $309
    ($44.15/day)
    $290
    ($41.43/day)
    $59 $59 (7 visits) $84 (7 visits) $220
    6 days $299
    ($49.84/day)
    $280
    ($46.67/day)
    $59 $59 (6 visits) $84 (6 visits) $190
    5 days $289
    ($57.80/day)
    $270
    ($54.00/day)
    $59 $59 (5 visits) $84 (5 visits) $145
    4 days $279
    ($69.75/day)
    $260
    ($65.00/day)
    $59 $59 (4 visits) $84 (4 visits) $95
    3 days $262
    ($87.34/day)
    $244
    ($81.34/day)
    $59 $59 (3 visits) $84 (3 visits) $45
    2 days $184
    ($92.00/day)
    $172
    ($86.00/day)
    $59 $59 (2 visits) $84 (2 visits) $35
    One Day Theme Park Ticket Options(*)
    Ticket Ages 10-up Ages 3-9
    1-Day Magic Kingdom® Ticket $95 $89
    1-Day Epcot® or Disney’s Hollywood Studios® or Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Ticket $90 $84
    1-Day Magic Your Way with Park Hopper® Ticket $129 $123
    1-Day Magic Your Way with Water Park Fun & More Ticket $149
    (2 visits)
    $143
    (2 visits)
    1-Day Magic Your Way with Park Hopper® & Water Park Fun & More Ticket $174
    (2 visits)
    $168
    (2 visits)
    2-10 Day Base Ticket admits guest to one theme park each day of use. Park choices are: Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
    Park Hopper option entitles guest to visit more than one theme park on each day of use. Park choices are any combination of Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom on each day of use.
    Water Park Fun & More option entitles guest to a specified number of visits (between 2 and 10) to a choice of entertainment and recreation venues. Choices are Disney’s Blizzard Beach water park, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park, DisneyQuest, Disney’s Oak Trail golf course, ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, Disney’s Fantasia Gardens and Disney’s Winter Summerland.
    No expiration means unused admissions on a ticket have no expiration date. All tickets expire 14 days after first use unless No Expiration is purchased.
    Theme Park Annual Pass Options (*)
    Ticket Ages 10-up Ages 3-9
    Annual Pass $609 $609
    Annual Pass entitles guest to unlimited admission for 365 days from the activation date (except activities/events separately priced) to Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom, as well as complimentary parking.
    Premium Annual Pass $729 $729
    Premium Annual Pass entitles guest to unlimited admission for 365 days from the activation date (except activities/events separately priced) to Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Disney’s water parks (Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon), Disney’s Oak Trail golf course, DisneyQuest and ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, as well as complimentary parking.
    Attractions Outside the Theme Parks (*)
    Ticket Ages 10-up Ages 3-9
    Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard Beach 1-Day 1-Park / Annual Hopper $53 / $104 $45 / $85
    DisneyQuest 1-Day / Annual Pass $45 / $90 $39 / $72
    DisneyQuest + Water Parks Annual Pass $132 $102
    ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex $14.95 $10.28
    Cirque du Soleil’s La Nouba $61-$144 $49-$117
    Water Parks subject to rehabilitation, seasonal and weather closures.
    Florida Resident Theme Park Tickets and Options (*)
    Park Hopper® Water Park Fun & More Park Hopper® & Water Park Fun & More
    Ages 10+ Ages 3-9
    Florida Resident 4-Day Ticket $199 $187 $29.50 $29.50 $59
    Florida Resident 3-Day Ticket $179 $167 $29.50 $29.50 $59
    Florida Resident 3-Day Ticket and Options and Florida Resident 4-Day Ticket and Options expire 6 months from first use or 12/17/2014, whichever comes first. Block-out dates apply (6/8/13-8/15/13; 12/19/13-1/3/14; 4/12/14-4/25/14; 6/7/14-8/14/14; 12/18/14-1/2/15).
    Florida Resident One Day Theme Park Ticket Options(*)
    Ticket Ages 10-up Ages 3-9
    1-Day Magic Kingdom® Ticket $95 $89
    1-Day Epcot® or Disney’s Hollywood Studios® or Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Ticket $90 $84
    1-Day Magic Your Way with Park Hopper® Ticket for Florida Residents $109.50 $103.50
    1-Day Magic Your Way with Water Park Fun & More Ticket for Florida Residents $119.50
    (2 visits)
    $113.50
    (2 visits)
    1-Day Magic Your Way with Park Hopper® & Water Park Fun & More Ticket for Florida Residents $139
    (2 visits)
    $133
    (2 visits)
    Valid proof of Florida residency per adult is required for purchase and use.
    Florida Resident Theme Park Annual/Seasonal Pass Options (*)
    Ticket Ages 10-up Ages 3-9
    Florida Resident Annual Pass $464 $464
    Florida Resident Annual Pass entitles residents to unlimited admission for 365 days from the activation date (except events separately priced) to Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom, plus complimentary parking.
    Florida Resident Premium Annual Pass $584 $584
    Florida Resident Premium Annual Pass entitles residents to unlimited admission for 365 days from the activation date (except events separately priced) to Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon water parks, DisneyQuest, Disney’s Oak Trail golf course and ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, plus complimentary parking.
    Florida Resident Seasonal Pass $309 $309
    Florida Resident Seasonal Pass entitles residents to admission to Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom except for “blockout” dates around Christmas/New Years, Easter/spring break, and peak summer vacation period; the pass expires 365 days after activation.
    Theme Park Miscellaneous Options (*)
    Parking $15 (tax included) ($16 camper/trailer) per day
    Single Stroller $15 per day ($13 per day for length-of-stay rentals)
    Double Stroller $31 per day ($27 per day for length-of-stay rentals)
    Locker Theme Parks: $7 per day (large lockers $9 per day) + $5 refundable deposit
    Water Parks: $8 per day (large lockers $10 per day) + $5 refundable deposit
    Wheelchair $12 rental per day ($10 per day for length-of-stay rentals)
    ECV $50 rental per day + $20 refundable deposit
    Walt Disney World Resort Options
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    Re: Walt Disney World New Prices as of June 2, 2013

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    Walt Disney World Resort Options (*)
    Resort Category Disney Resort Rate Range (**)
    Value Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort $85-$192
    Disney’s All-Star Music Resort $85-$192
    Disney All-Star Music Family Suites $202-$392
    Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort $85-$192
    Disney’s Pop Century Resort $95-$206
    Disney’s Art of Animation Resort – Standard Rooms $100-$191
    Disney’s Art of Animation Resort – Family Suites $252-$433
    Children under 18 stay at no additional charge in Value Resort rooms with parents; additional charge $10 per adult over two in room.
    Moderate Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort $162-$283
    Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort – Pirate Rooms $196-$327
    Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort $167-$338
    Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter Resort $162-$288
    Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside Resort $162-$288
    Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside Resort – Royal Guest Rooms $192-$328
    Children under 18 stay at no additional charge in Moderate Resort rooms with parents; additional charge $15 per adult over two in room.
    Deluxe Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge $279-$654
    Disney’s Beach Club Resort $350-$853
    Disney’s BoardWalk Inn $360-$936
    Disney’s Contemporary Resort $330-$950
    Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa $480-$1,253
    Disney’s Polynesian Resort $422-$1,093
    Disney’s Wilderness Lodge $284-$911
    Disney’s Yacht Club Resort $350-$1,040
    Children under 18 stay at no additional charge in Deluxe Resort rooms with parents; additional charge $25 per adult over two in room.
    Deluxe Villas
    (Disney Vacation Club units available on a nightly basis)
    Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort $431-$2,640
    Disney’s Beach Club Villas $360-$1,284
    Disney’s BoardWalk Villas $360-$2,380
    Disney’s Old Key West Resort $327-$1,822
    Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa $327-$1,822
    The Villas at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge $313-$2,380
    The Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge $368-$1,279
    Camping Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground Wilderness Cabins $289-$481
    Campsites $48-$132
    (*) – Prices are subject to Florida sales tax except as noted; accommodations also subject to appropriate County resort tax.
    (**) – Rates are per-night in 2013 and vary based on room/campsite location and time of visit; suites in moderate and deluxe hotels extra (Disney Vacation Club rates span range of studios, 1- and 2-bedroom villas and Grand Villas)
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    Re: Walt Disney World New Prices as of June 2, 2013

    Base ticket prices are up an average of 7.2%, fully loaded tickets with the "no expiration" option are up an average of 9.1%. Leading the way this year is a fully loaded 10-day ticket, up 11.3%.
    Some people are like Slinkies.

    They aren't really good for anything,
    but they still bring a smile to my face when I push them down a flight of stairs.

    Friends are Gods way of apologizing to us for our families.

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    Re: Walt Disney World New Prices as of June 2, 2013

    I'm not surprised but next year when it's time to renew our Premium Annual Passes, if our price goes up that much, I may reconsider. I think we should get a significant discount especially for continued renewal and loyalty. I doubt they will take that into consideration. My premium passes for Busch Gardens, Sea World and the other parks included, have not gone up for members renewing, while the prices have gone up for others. I do appreciate that consideration and have been told my price will NEVER change as long as I continue to renew. Disney may surprise me, we'll see next year.

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    Re: Walt Disney World New Prices as of June 2, 2013

    The only way you'll see something like that is if annual pass orders start to decline. Then they may freeze the rates for a year or two to boost renewal.

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    Re: Walt Disney World New Prices as of June 2, 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by i-neighborhood View Post
    I'm not surprised but next year when it's time to renew our Premium Annual Passes, if our price goes up that much, I may reconsider. I think we should get a significant discount especially for continued renewal and loyalty. I doubt they will take that into consideration. My premium passes for Busch Gardens, Sea World and the other parks included, have not gone up for members renewing, while the prices have gone up for others. I do appreciate that consideration and have been told my price will NEVER change as long as I continue to renew. Disney may surprise me, we'll see next year.
    The perks with APs have really changed and not for the better for guests. If it is any consolation the perks for some CMs have declined too so you aren't alone. My last trips I've entered for free and had hefty discounts on rooms and dining plans, so I am fortunate to go as college tuition has taken a toll on our discretionary funds. I'm so glad the package prices were easier to swallow when my kids were small. There is no way we could plunk down the dollars it would take to stay on-sight for 2 weeks+ at a moderate resort and annual passes and go each year. Like good Universities, Disney is out-passing inflation by so much, I wonder what will be the breaking point for a chunk of the USA guests. It isn't if you guests get bang for their buck, it is more the buck for families. The discounts and perks are a substantially higher percentage from certain foreign markets. That seems to be the guests Disney now wishes to entice.

    I'd love to see a sliding scale for admission, frankly some parks offer so much more than others and are also maintained better. There is a reason why they stuck the President on Main Street and not Sunset Blvd. to draw in more foreign tourism and it is working out very well for Disney. So as a stockholder I don't have any grips, as an American Guest, not so pleased.
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    Re: Walt Disney World New Prices as of June 2, 2013

    Doesn't matter how high the prices go I will always go to the world
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    I agree, there is no comparison to the two streets. I have a feeling the MagicBands will be the intended perceived AP perk, even though its really not. Just like the monstrous 24 celebration email to AP holders gave might have been perceived as a perk.

    Can't wait to check out that new Starbucks coffee prices. I think they call it star because you got have bucks to buy.

    Quote Originally Posted by HauntedGabe View Post
    The perks with APs have really changed and not for the better for guests. If it is any consolation the perks for some CMs have declined too so you aren't alone. My last trips I've entered for free and had hefty discounts on rooms and dining plans, so I am fortunate to go as college tuition has taken a toll on our discretionary funds. I'm so glad the package prices were easier to swallow when my kids were small. There is no way we could plunk down the dollars it would take to stay on-sight for 2 weeks+ at a moderate resort and annual passes and go each year. Like good Universities, Disney is out-passing inflation by so much, I wonder what will be the breaking point for a chunk of the USA guests. It isn't if you guests get bang for their buck, it is more the buck for families. The discounts and perks are a substantially higher percentage from certain foreign markets. That seems to be the guests Disney now wishes to entice.

    I'd love to see a sliding scale for admission, frankly some parks offer so much more than others and are also maintained better. There is a reason why they stuck the President on Main Street and not Sunset Blvd. to draw in more foreign tourism and it is working out very well for Disney. So as a stockholder I don't have any grips, as an American Guest, not so pleased.
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    Re: Walt Disney World New Prices as of June 2, 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by i-neighborhood View Post
    I agree, there is no comparison to the two streets. I have a feeling the MagicBands will be the intended perceived AP perk, even though its really not. Just like the monstrous 24 celebration email to AP holders gave might have been perceived as a perk.

    Can't wait to check out that new Starbucks coffee prices. I think they call it star because you got have bucks to buy.
    In Cali the Starbuck prices are pretty much the same as they around here but IMO Starbuck prices are high for the product anyhow. On that thread I think I posted a picture of the board and prices in Cali. I have to drink the pricier versions when I do indulge 'cause I can't drink the normal cup of coffee, to bitter and harsh for me, thus making the $2.50 bottle of water seem like a bargain. And Sunset is my favorite expansion of Disney's. Still very different than the MK.

    If you just read the press release about price increases they are joyfully announced and basically leading guests down the mindless path to embrace the hearty increases. I give Disney credit, their PR/Communication staff know how to spin a considerable price increase!

    Have you encountered the new policy at the parking plaza where the CM can ask for your pass to scan and request a photo ID to check against it?

    That should add some volume to the the plaza as guests start digging for their ID's.
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    As of last trip they didn't ask for ID in parking lot, but every purchase I made presenting the AP for discount, they asked EVERY TIME.

    I will have to complain, diplomatically to GR in writing, if they start doing this at the parking lot.

    I agree, when I buy coffee at Starbucks I never drink regular as it is not the best tasting coffee IMO. I always get mocha or...
    Quote Originally Posted by HauntedGabe View Post
    In Cali the Starbuck prices are pretty much the same as they around here but IMO Starbuck prices are high for the product anyhow. On that thread I think I posted a picture of the board and prices in Cali. I have to drink the pricier versions when I do indulge 'cause I can't drink the normal cup of coffee, to bitter and harsh for me, thus making the $2.50 bottle of water seem like a bargain. And Sunset is my favorite expansion of Disney's. Still very different than the MK.

    If you just read the press release about price increases they are joyfully announced and basically leading guests down the mindless path to embrace the hearty increases. I give Disney credit, their PR/Communication staff know how to spin a considerable price increase!

    Have you encountered the new policy at the parking plaza where the CM can ask for your pass to scan and request a photo ID to check against it?

    That should add some volume to the the plaza as guests start digging for their ID's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WDW1014 View Post
    Doesn't matter how high the prices go I will always go to the world
    Why wouldn't you?

    It's still a really good bargain as far as the entertainment world is concerned.

    I've heard the cheapest tickets for the Rolling Stones current tour start at $250.

    $250.

    To sit in a seat for three hours and listen to music.

    Have you bought tickets to a NFL game in the last decade?

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    Re: Walt Disney World New Prices as of June 2, 2013

    Parking prices were increased yesterday.


    Cars $15, Campers etc. $16.
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    Re: Walt Disney World New Prices as of June 2, 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by HauntedGabe View Post
    If you just read the press release about price increases they are joyfully announced and basically leading guests down the mindless path to embrace the hearty increases. I give Disney credit, their PR/Communication staff know how to spin a considerable price increase!
    That's not unique to Disney! Every year my employer mails us a personalized high gloss color pamphlet from the HR department telling us how great it is that our out of pocket costs for health care are going up. Bold print claiming how much better it is because it gives me "more control" of my health care since I'm paying more and the obligatory pie chart that shows how much more my employer contributes to health care than other employers even at the new rate!

    I'd prefer an honest sticky note that simply reads "Things cost more. We need more money so we raised prices/out of pocket costs. Deal with it."
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    Re: Walt Disney World New Prices as of June 2, 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by ohiodisneydad View Post
    That's not unique to Disney! Every year my employer mails us a personalized high gloss color pamphlet from the HR department telling us how great it is that our out of pocket costs for health care are going up. Bold print claiming how much better it is because it gives me "more control" of my health care since I'm paying more and the obligatory pie chart that shows how much more my employer contributes to health care than other employers even at the new rate!

    I'd prefer an honest sticky note that simply reads "Things cost more. We need more money so we raised prices/out of pocket costs. Deal with it."
    Exactly! Perfect example.
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    Re: Walt Disney World New Prices as of June 2, 2013

    The thing is that no example was necessary, was it?

    Every year my water bill goes up, my power bill goes up, my trash bill goes up, my insurance premiums, grocery bill, on and on and on.

    No need to single out Disney as though they're doing something nobody else is.

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