Walt Disney World Ticket Prices 2025

by | Feb 27, 2024 | Walt Disney World Annual Passholders, Walt Disney World News, WDW Blog

Disney World 2025 ticket prices and vacation packages are here! We’ve got all the details on Walt Disney World ticket prices for 2025 including Park Hopper, add-ons, and even the added cost of the Disney Dining Plan

Disney World 2025 tickets and vacation packages are now on sale, meaning you can grab your ticket, hotel, and everything you need for vacations next year. To help make planning your trip a little easier, we’re breaking down everything you need to know about 2025 Disney World ticket prices, Park Passes, Annual Passes, and more!

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Disney World Ticket Prices

For 2025, Walt Disney World ticket prices start at $119 per person and max out at $189 for a one-park, one-day ticket. This price doesn’t include the 6.5% sales tax, or any add-on options like Park Hopper, Memory Makert, or the Water Park and Sports option. That base ticket price is an increase of $10 from the lowest price ticket, which had previously been $109 in 2024.

This base ticket price is for guests ages ten and up. Guests from ages three to nine have a slightly lower range from a one-park, one-day ticket, ranging from $114 to $184. And remember, guests under three years old don’t need a ticket. Keep in mind that prices can increase at any point.  

Disney World 2025 Ticket Price Increase

Disney World increased ticket prices across the board for the minimum pricing on a one-day ticket. Instead of starting at $109 for the least crowded days at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, that price has increased to $119. The same price increase took place on all tickets, with the minimum pricing for tickets increasing by $10.

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How Far in Advance Can You Buy Walt Disney World Tickets?

Currently, tickets are available to purchase through October 31, 2025. Want to check theme park availability before buying your Disney World tickets? You can check out the calendar of available Park Pass reservations for over one year on the Disney website in advance of your visit.

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2025 Disney World Ticket Prices Breakdown

The price of your Disney World ticket will depend on what park you’re visiting and when. If you are looking to purchase one adult (ages 10 and up) ticket for one-park, one-day, these are the range of prices you can expect:

  • Magic Kingdom ticket price: $144 to $189 (an increase of $10 for the lowest price ticket)
  • EPCOT tickets: $129 to $179 (an increase of $10 for the lowest price ticket)
  • Disney’s Hollywood Studios tickets: $139 to $184 (an increase of $10 for the lowest price ticket)
  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom tickets: $119 to $164 (an increase of $10 for the lowest price ticket)

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2025 Disney World Annual Passes

Suppose you plan on spending a significant length of time in Disney for your vacation. In that case, it’s always worth pricing out whether a Disney World Annual Pass is going to be a better bang for your buck than purchasing individual ticket packages. Here’s a breakdown of the Annual Pass types:

Keep in mind that blackout dates apply for all pass types except for the Disney Incredi-Pass, so you will want to research those in advance if you’re considering purchasing an Annual Pass. You can read everything you need to know about the Disney World Annual Pass types at the link below.

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Disney World Ticket Add-Ons

When purchasing a Disney World ticket, you will have a variety of different options as add-ons. These will all add to the overall cost of your ticket but can be worth it if it will add overall time and value to your vacation. We will break down each of these options below. 

Park Hopper and Park Hopper Plus Add-Ons

The most common add-on for Disney World Tickets is the Park Hopper, available as either the regular Park Hopper or Park Hopper Plus. The regular Park Hopper option allows you to visit more than one theme park on the same day, while Park Hopper Plus allows you to visit all four theme parks plus either water park on the same day. Adding the standard Park Hopper will cost about $198 to $254 per ticket, depending on your visiting dates. The Park Hopper Plus option will cost about $218 to $274, again, depending on the dates you are visiting.

How does Park Hopper work? After visiting your first park, at any point during the day, you may visit a second, third, or even fourth park of your choosing.

Water Park and Sports Add-On

The Park Hopper Plus option not only allows guests to visit more than one park per day but also, for each visit, you can choose from one of the following:

  • Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
  • Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park
  • ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex
  • Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course – FootGolf
  • Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course
  • Disney’s Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf Course (one round prior to 4 PM)
  • Disney’s Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Course (one round prior to 4 PM)

For 2025 stays, Disney World also introduced a new Resort perk. Now, Disney World Resort guests can get complimentary entry to one of Disney World’s water parks on their check-in day. Click here to learn more.

Memory Maker

With Memory Maker, you can download and share all of the Disney PhotoPass photos and videos you take during your visit. Whether you’re capturing a single day or a full week of fun, Memory Maker is flexible – and it gives you everything from picture-perfect photos at iconic park locations to Magic Shots to special extras.

There are three options when purchasing Memory Maker: a discounted pre-vacation price, a one-day price, and the price of purchasing during or after your vacation. The cost of each of these options is:

  • Memory Maker (Advance Purchase): $185
  • Memory Maker (During and Post-Vacation): $210
  • Memory Maker One Day: $75

Genie+ (and Lightning Lane)

Looking to skip the line? Then you’ll want to add Disney Genie+ to your budget. Disney Genie+ is an additional cost per person, per day that will give you access to Lightning Lane entrances throughout the day. Lightning Lanes are an alternative, faster way to skip by the typical Standby line.

However, you can also purchase individual Lightning Lane entries for single rides. Some of the most popular rides, like Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance and TRON Lightcycle / Run, are available for individual Lightning Lane entry purchases. This is an additional per person, per ride cost that is separate from Disney Genie+.

Genie+ and individual Lightning Lane entries vary in price, depending on demand, seasonality, and which park you’re visiting. You’ll need to check the My Disney Experience app each day for the price. There is also the option to purchase multi-park Genie+ if you plan to visit more than one park per day.

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2025 Disney World Dining Package Cost

You can also add the Disney Dining Plan to your vacation package. Two options are available, the Quick Service Dining Plan and the standard Disney Dining Plan. The cost of the Disney Dining Plan depends on which option you choose. The Quick Service Dining Plan costs $57.01/per adult per night and $23.83/per child (3-9) per night. The standard Dining Plan costs $94.28/per adult per night and $29.69/per child (ages 3-9) per night.

Quick Service Dining Plan

If you purchase the Quick Service Dining Plan, each person aged three and up will get the following:

  • 2 Quick Service Meal Per Night of Stay
  • 1 Snack or Non-alcoholic Beverage Per Night of Stay
  • 1 Resort Refillable Mug

The Disney Dining Plan

he Standard Disney Dining Plan is more geared toward table service. Each person aged three and up will get the following:

  • 1 Quick Service Meal Per Night of Stay
  • 1 Table Service Meal Per Night of Stay
  • 1 Snack or Nonalcoholic Beverage Per Night of Stay
  • 1 Resort Refillable Mug

To read more about what is (and isn’t) included with the Disney Dining Plan, you can read our comprehensive guide below.

The Disney Dining Plan: A Complete Guide

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Walt Disney World Parking Costs

You have numerous options when it comes to Disney World transportation. You can take resort transportation, like the complimentary buses, boats, or monorail routes that travel from Disney World hotels to the parks and Disney Springs. Or, you can drive yourself and pay for parking. While theme park parking is complimentary for Disney World hotel guests or Annual Passholders, if you have a regular ticket and are not staying on the property, you will need to pay to park.

The pricing for parking at the theme parks can vary depending on the season, but a typical parking pass for the day at all four theme parks is:

  • $30 per day for standard parking (cars and motorcycles)
  • $45 to $55 per day for preferred parking (cars and motorcycles)
  • $35 per day for oversized vehicle parking (shuttles, limos, camper trailers, RVs, buses, or tractor-trailers)

All parking fees include applicable sales tax. Note that once you buy your parking pass, it’s good all day. That means if you park at Magic Kingdom in the morning, you can use that pass for EPCOT in the afternoon.

Do Disney World Tickets Come With Free Parking?

Unfortunately, having a Disney World ticket does not come with free parking. However, registered guests at the Disney World Resort hotels will be able to enjoy free standard theme park parking (or you can upgrade to preferred parking for $20 a day). Additionally, Passholders receive free standard parking as part of their pass.

Walt Disney World Hotel Parking

Overnight guests staying at Walt Disney World Resort hotels do not need to pay for parking. Additionally, self-parking is complimentary for day guests who are dining at Disney World hotels. Valet service parking is available at Disney Deluxe hotels and Disney’s Coronado Springs, costing $39 per night. Parking costs for the Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel, Walt Disney World Swan Hotel, and Walt Disney World Swan Reserve are:

  • Self-Parking: $36 per night, plus tax
  • Valet Parking: $44 per night, plus tax

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How to Save on Disney World Tickets

A Walt Disney World vacation is expensive, but there are plenty of ways to save on your tickets and the overall cost. You can check out all the current discounts and deals here.

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Disney World Ticket Prices 2025: Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about the cost of your 2025 Disney World trip? Browse these frequently asked questions about Disney World tickets while planning your trip.

How Much Does It Cost to Go to Disney World in 2025?

Disney World tickets start at $119 per person, but prices fluctuate by day and by park. You can also add on features like Park Hopper, Genie+, and Memory Maker, which drive up the cost. You also need to factor in parking, hotels, and food.

Single-day, single-park Disney World ticket prices vary by park:

  • Magic Kingdom ticket price: $144 to $189 
  • EPCOT tickets: $129 to $179  
  • Disney’s Hollywood Studios tickets: $139 to $184  
  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom tickets: $119 to $164 

What is the Cheapest Time to Go to Disney World in 2025?

The least expensive ticket prices for 2025 are in August and September. Stay tuned for our 2025 Disney World crowd calendars to find the least busy times to visit Disney World!

How Can I Save Money on Disney World Ticket Prices?

To save money on Disney World tickets, go for multiple days at a time, go at non-peak times, and research discounts and deals that offer big savings on resort stays and ticket prices.

Book a 2025 Disney World Vacation

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Morgan is the Staff Editor for WDW Magazine. A lifelong Disney fan, her dream day involves just about anything to do with Animal Kingdom. Along with several years of experience writing about Disney, Morgan has also written as a contributing writer for Well + Good, Scary Mommy, Brit + Co, and Baby Chick.
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Morgan Flaherty

Morgan is the Staff Editor for WDW Magazine. A lifelong Disney fan, her dream day involves just about anything to do with Animal Kingdom. Along with several years of experience writing about Disney, Morgan has also written as a contributing writer for Well + Good, Scary Mommy, Brit + Co, and Baby Chick.
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