Walt Disney World announced prices increases to its parking rates and annual pass fees this week.
The Orlando theme park made a series of changes to its annual pass tiered pricing structure on Wednesday morning.
The park offers four different annual pass options at new and renewal price points, beginning with its Disney Pixie Dust Pass, which now costs $439 when purchased new. That price is up $40 from its previous price ($399). The pass can be renewed for $369 upon expiration.
The Disney Pirate Pass, which previously cost $749 when purchased new, is now $799. The cost to renew that pass is $679.
The last two passes are the Disney Sorcerer Pass, which was raised $30 to $999, and the Disney Incredi-Pass, which increased from $1,399 to $1,449. The new cost to renew the Sorcerer Pass is $849, while the renewal cost of the Incredi-Pass is $1,229.
While the first three passes are only available to Florida residents, the Incredi-Pass may be purchased by anyone. The Sorcerer Pass is also available to eligible Disney Vacation Club Members.
In addition to the increases to the pass rates, the company also increased the cost of parking at its parks.
Standard parking is now $30, which represents a $5 increase. Preferred parking now ranges from $45 to $55 depending on vehicle type. Oversized vehicle parking for shuttles, limos, campers, and similar vehicles is $35.
Standard theme park parking is included for registered guests of Disney Resort hotels. Certain passholders also receive complimentary parking, despite the increase in pass rates.