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You don’t want to miss this BIG change in parking fees at Disney World

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You don't want to miss this BIG change in parking fees at Disney World
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Big changes are coming for guests driving to Walt Disney World. You will want to check out these new changes.

Parking Fees

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With over 30 Disney World resorts, there are a lot of parking spaces for Guests to park their cars. Disney charges a nightly fee for Guests who drive to Disney World. Currently, parking is $15/night at value resorts, $20/night at moderate resorts, and $25/night at deluxe resorts. Guests who are staying at DVC resorts with points can park their vehicles for free.

Additionally, valet service is an option and costs $33/night. Right now that is only for disabled Guests with a valid disability parking permit. According to the Disney World website, Disney will reintroduce valet parking for all Guests in the coming months.

Over the busy Christmas holiday, guests saw a new policy in place with a new parking rule at Disney Resorts for guests with dining reservations.

Big Change for Parking Fees

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The parking fees were not received well by guests who were already paying high prices for Disney Resorts. In November, the Walt Disney Company underwent a big shakeup with the previous CEO, Bob Iger, returning.

When he returned to his previous role, he commented that he was alarmed by the high price increases that now affect guests in the Disney Parks. Perhaps, we now see a change (or at least a pause) in the price increases.

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Starting today, January 10, 2023, Disney World Resort guests will receive complimentary self-parking. This is absolutely great news for guests currently at the parks and those with upcoming trips.

Starting today, January 10, 2023, Disney World Resort guests will receive complimentary self-parking.

We are hopeful that more changes will continue to be made to bring back the magic of the Disney Parks. What do you think of this change? What do you think should be changed next? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.