Ticket Prices WILL Go Up on Thursday
Disney has confirmed that both Walt Disney World and Disneyland (California) ticket prices will go up on Thursday, August 5.
For Walt Disney World base tickets, prices will go up by $3-$22, depending on length. The Park Hopper Option is going up to $54 plus tax (currently $52). Water Park Fun & More Option is going up to $54 plus tax (currently $52). The No Expiration Option is jumping by a huge amount on some tickets - see new vs. old costs here: http://www.mousesavers.com/ticketpriceincrease.html
If you want to avoid the price increase, Walt Disney World Magic Your Way tickets won't expire until you start using them, so you can buy them years in advance if you wish. For great prices on Disney World tickets, check out Undercover Tourist: http://www.mousesavers.com/wdwtixdiscounts.html#online
For Disneyland, prices will go up $2-$10 on adult tickets, $6-$15 on kidsí tickets.
Regular Disneyland (California) tickets currently being sold are valid for first use by January 3, 2011. If you're traveling before that time, you can get discounted prices on your tickets from ARES Travel: http://www.mousesavers.com/dltickets.html#ares
If you will start using your Disneyland (California) tickets by September 30, 2010, there is a special offer ("2 Days FREE" Ė visit http://www.mousesavers.com/dltickets.html#2freeph
for details). Tickets for that offer must be purchased by September 1. Based on past experience, the price of the special "2 Days FREE" tickets will probably NOT go up with the regular tickets, so you don't need to buy them early.
Annual Passes at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland will go up at the same time as other tickets, so if you're thinking of buying an Annual Pass voucher, consider doing it now. And if you're within your Annual Pass renewal period (30 days on either side of expiration), this is the time to renew.