Disney World Ticket Prices Increasing in 2022!

Disney world just extended booking availability today! This gives guests the opportunity to plan and purchase tickets from January 1st, 2022 to June 30th, 2022. Sadly, we noticed that there has been a significant price increase! We decided to compare ticket prices from March of 2021 to March of 2022, and this is what we found. Unfortunately, it also seems that Disney Park Pass Reservations will also be required up until at least mid-January of 2023, according to the official Disney website. On a similar note, the Disney Dining Plan is also not available for booking as of yet for 2022.

*When planning a trip to Walt Disney World, MAKE SURE that you check for reservation ability before purchasing tickets!

Price Increase

Disney uses a calendar format to purchase tickets, which means that each specific day has a different price depending on the date you choose and how busy the parks are projected to be. Disney also offers the option to purchase multiple-day tickets at a cheaper price-per-day, and offers the park-hopper pass to add on to your ticket allowing guests to visit multiple parks. These options give guests a wide variety in ticket options, but also makes the prices vary as well. Due to this, we looked at a standard 1-day 1-park ticket for the month of March in 2021 and 2022.

In March of 2021, prices ranged from $126-$140.

While in March of 2022, prices ranged from $133-$143. (This is for a 1-day, 1-park pass for non-florida residents.)

Park Pass Reservations

Before purchasing tickets to Disney World, make sure to use the Disney Park Pass System to make a required park reservation! Check availability on the official Disney Ticket website here, then check the theme park reservation availability calendar for the dates you have chosen.

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