Every June Disney World announces their new ticket prices just in time for the peak summer season. This year the price for a one-day adult ticket increased from $89 to $95 per person. Luckily, you can still find a limited supply of tickets at last year’s rates.
Undercover Tourist is the largest Disney ticket reseller, and because they buy their tickets in bulk quantities they still have a supply at last year’s rates. Now UT already sells Magic Your Way passes at less than the gate price, so if you act fast you can take advantage of this unique supper-savings opportunity.
Robert Niles from Theme Park Insider provided this comparison of the 2012 and 2013 prices…
– A one-day, one-park rises from $89 to $95 for the Magic Kingdom, and to $90 for the other parks
– A four-day base ticket (one park per day) rises from $256 to $279
– A 10-day base ticket rises from $318 to $339
– Adding the park-hopper option to your pass rises $2 per ticket (regardless of the number of days on your ticket), from $57 to $59
– A four-park Annual Pass rises from $574 to $609 for non-Florida residents and from $425 to $464 for Florida residents
Overall the 2013 increases range between 5 and 15 percent. If you plan to buy your tickets separate from your accommodations (if you’re staying offsite) then you should definitely check out Undercover Tourist for the best prices.