New Ticket Prices are up....

Discussion in 'Budget Board' started by mickeymaker2003, Aug 2, 2009.

  1. mickeymaker2003

    mickeymaker2003 DIS Veteran

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    The new ticket prices have taken effect. Here is the new price for base tickets. Tax is not included.
    The first two columns are price per day (ages 10+ and ages 3-9) and the second two are ticket price (ages 10+ and 3-9).

    1 Day Ticket $79.00 $68.00 $79 $68
    2 Day Ticket $78.00 $66.50 $156 $133
    3 Day Ticket $73.00 $62.33 $219 $187
    4 Day Ticket $56.25 $48.00 $225 $192
    5 Day Ticket $45.60 $39.00 $228 $195
    6 Day Ticket $38.50 $33.00 $231 $198
    7 Day Ticket $33.43 $28.71 $234 $201
    8 Day Ticket $29.63 $25.50 $237 $204
    9 Day Ticket $26.67 $23.00 $240 $207
    10 Day Ticket $24.30 $21.00 $243 $210

    Park Hopper and Water Parks and more appear to have gone up to $52 each.

    The No Expiration option adds:
    1 day - N/A
    2 day - $18
    3 day - $24
    4 day - $52
    5 day - $73
    6 day - $84
    7 day - $115
    8 day - $152
    9 day - $178
    10 day - $209

    Annual passes:
    Regular Annual pass:
    Adult (age 10 and up) - $489
    Child (age 3-9) - $432

    Premium Annual Pass (includes water parks and Disney Quest):
    Adult (age 10 and up) - $619
    Child (age 3-9) - $546
     
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  3. ajk912

    ajk912 <font color=purple>Dum..dum...dum...we are in the

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    Thanks. We usually get the 7 day ticket, and I don't know what the prices were last time but they seem about the same for that ticket. It's $1104 for tickets for my family of 5, and my son is an adult now, so that's not as bad as it could be.
     
  4. gracie1

    gracie1 DIS Veteran

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    Glad I bought mine before August. I bought them in June for our October trip!

    I was afraid that they expired but the cm said they expire 14 days after firts use. I hope that is right!
     
  5. lilonstitch12008

    lilonstitch12008 Mouseketeer

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    We were going to get two 10-day no expiration passes (MIL just got a house down there) and we were hoping to have them for a while. They (Disney people/Disney travel people) always said that Disney was an affordable place to go. However, it is getting to be a place that is way too expencive! I wished that I could have been able to buy the tix yesterday!
     
  6. Lisa loves Pooh

    Lisa loves Pooh DIS Veteran

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    My 9yo's opinion on the hike.

    It is not fair that Disney delayed their rate hike. They should have done it BEFORE her birthday. That way her Birthday Gift Card would have been $4 more and she'd have more to spend.:laughing:

    Clearly she doesn't understand what raising ticket prices really means. Just that--if they were going to do it, she would have appreciated it a month or so ago.

    Now I will get "That's not fair!" when her sister gets her gift card in October.
     

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