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Extra Doses of Magic Will Cost Even More at Disney World

Extra Doses of Magic Will Cost Even More at Disney World

There is so much to enjoy all through Walt Disney World, but now the special touches will cost even more. How will these BIG price increases affect your Disney travel plans?

Prices on the Rise

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October 11th will forever be remembered by Disney fans as the date for notorious price increases. We first saw price increases on October 11, 2022, and a year later we are lamenting once again with brand new price increases.

Get ready for your next trip to the Disney Parks to cost even more. We have several price increases for Annual Passespark tickets, parking fees, food service, and even Disney Genie+. To say the least, this is not the news we were hoping for.

Not only this, but at Walt Disney World the prices for Memory Maker have also increased starting TODAY! We all know that price increases are inevitable, but to be made with little to no warning is a lot to handle. This is especially true for Disney guests with a rather tight budget who are currently at the Parks or will be traveling soon.

Enchanted Extra Price Increases

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The Theme Parks are not the only areas that are seeing price increases. Guests visiting water parks and even Disney miniature golf courses will experience price increases.

Now guests hoping to enjoy Enchanting Extras will see a change with variable pricing. Pricing will vary by date for select tours. Let’s take a look at how this variable pricing will look. For the Behind the Seeds Tour at EPCOT the previous price was set at $35. Now with variable pricing, this may range from $35 up to $45.

Also at EPCOT, guests can enjoy a special scuba experience with the EPCOT Seas Adventures- DiveQuest. Now this experience will cost a bit more. Variable pricing for this experience will be between $229 to $249.

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One of the best tours for Disney fans 16 years and older is the Keys to the Kingdom Tour. This variable pricing is now $109.65 up to $149. Yikes, that is a pretty big price difference based on dates.

The Wild Africa Trek at Disney’s Animal Kingdom allows guests to “embark on a privately guided, VIP expedition.” Now this special close encounter experience will vary in price between $219 to $229 per person.

Variable pricing can greatly affect your next Disney Park plans for both Dessert Parties and Enchanting Extra Tours.

Finally, the last tour to receive variable pricing is the Wilderness Back Trail Adventure. Be sure to read Monica’s full experience of this tour HERE. This price will now vary between $90 to $99 per person.

Dessert Party Price Increases

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Does your family enjoy Walt Disney World Dessert Parties? Variable prices are also affecting these special events as well. The Magic Kingdom Fireworks Dessert Parties: Seats & Sweets will vary for adults from $119 to $129 per person. For children (ages 3-9), pricing will vary from $69 to $75.

Guests enjoying Magic Kingdom Fireworks Dessert Parties: Pre-Party will see a change for adults from $99 to $109 while children (ages 3-9) will remain at $59 without variable pricing.

Finally, the best news is that the Ferrytale Fireworks: A Sparkling Dessert Cruise will NOT see a price increase. The adult pricing will remain set at $130. The price for children (ages 3-9) is decreasing for this experience from $100 to now only $80.

What do you think of these price increases? Do you think this is too much? Will this change what your next trip to Walt Disney World will look like? Share your thoughts with us and share this news with your Disney pals.

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Deb c

Thursday 12th of October 2023

Thank God we don’t go to WDW any longer. We spent BIG money over the years but since they went woke and anti-traditional family, it is not our destination. This has opened up so much for us to see and enjoy in our country. Disney price increases mean nothing to me. We do miss the old Disney, but not this one.

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