February 2022 Ticket Price Increase Hits Walt Disney World

WDW Vacation Planning News

Most multi-day Magic Your Way tickets have increased in price, with rates climbing around $20-30 per pass depending upon the season and duration. 

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Effective February 16, 2022, Walt Disney World implemented a series of price hikes for most varieties of Magic Your Way tickets.  Due to pricing changes implemented in recent years, rates now vary by arrival date, duration and the presence of ticket add-ons like park hopping and waterpark access. 

In this latest increase, the price of a 7 day base ticket rose from $492.06 to $511.10 on the low end, a total increase of $19.04 or 3.8%. A peak season 7 day base pass increased from $661.56 to $694.96, up $33.40 or 5%. 

The 7 day park hoppers increased by identical amounts, rising to $601.63 on the low end and $785.48 during peak season. 

Prices for 1-2 day base tickets and 1-3 day park hoppers remained unchanged. 

Website WDWMagic.com has a list of price ranges for all varieties of 1-10 day theme park tickets. 

Most varieties of annual passes for Walt Disney World remain unavailable for purchase at this time. Sales of the Disney Vacation Club Sorcerer Pass and the all-inclusive Incredi-pass were suspended back in November 2021. Annual Pass sales had previously been halted during the COVID-19 pandemic, and reopened for about 2.5 months from September 8 through November 21, 2021. Disney has not commented on when--or if--annual pass sales will resume, or what future prices guests may expect for that admission media. Current Annual Passholders are eligible to renew expiring passes.