The Walt Disney Company is raising prices for its theme parks in Florida and California.

A few weeks ago at Destination D23, Disney CEO Bob Iger and Parks Experiences and Products chief Josh D’Amaro outlined plans for a $60 billion investment over the next ten years. The duo made a detailed presentation in Orlando, FL, articulating a plan for theme park expansion with a strategy centered on “stories, scale, and fans.”

Below are the price increases for annual passes at Walt Disney World Resort.

WDW Annual Pass Price Changes

-Pixie Dust Pass: $439 (previously $399)

-Pirate Pass: $799 (previously $749)

-Sorcerer Pass: $999 (previously $969)

-Incredi-Pass: $1449 (previously $1399)

The company said it will not raise prices on its date-based theme park tickets, otherwise known as its standard ticket option, which will remain at $109.

Park hopper add-ons will also increase between $5 to $10 while the Genie+ add-on will rise by $5.

Standard theme park parking is now $30 per day (a $5 increase) 

Preferred theme park parking is now – $45, $50, or $55 per day, depending on the time of year (a $5 increase)

A 1-Day Water Park ticket is now $74 (a $5 increase)

Memory Maker

-Advance Purchase: $185 (a $16 increase) 

-During and post-vacation: $210 (an $11 increase)

-One-Day: $75 (a $6 increase)

Prices for Disneyland’s Magic Key annual pass are also higher, as are most Park Hopper add-ons and parking.

Magic Key Pass Price Changes at Disneyland Resort

Inspire: $50 increase to $1,649

Believe: $150 increase to $1,249

Enchant: $150 increase to $849

Imagine: $50 increase to $499

Multi-Day Ticket Price Changes at Disneyland Resort

Two-day: $25 increase to $310

Three-day: $30 increase to $390

Four-day: $50 increase to $445

Disneyland will be adding two rides to the Disney Genie+ bundle, the company added, and will also extend the theme park reservation booking window to 120 days. Parking at the California park will also see higher pricing.

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