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Disney theme park guests won’t find higher prices for 2025 too hot, but those who stay at a Walt Disney World hotel will be able to cool off with free admission to the resort’s water parks.

Tickets recently went on sale on the Disney website for next year, and observers quickly noted some price jumps compared to 2024. For example, the website reported that the cheapest one-day ticket to a Walt Disney World park will rise to $119 in 2025, up from $109 in 2024.

While there are some variations—and even a few instances where prices went down—the independent Disney-oriented website said that $10 increases in ticket prices were generally found across the board.

Single-day tickets can range much higher; for both 2024 and 2025, one-day entry to the Magic Kingdom can go up to $189 in peak season, for example.

Theme Park Insider Editor Robert Niles noted that while the one-day ticket prices are used as benchmarks, few WDW visitors actually buy single-day, single-park tickets. Most opt for multi-day and so-called Park Hopper passes.

Prices for the rest of 2024 remained unchanged.

Free Entry to Disney Water Parks in 2025

One thing guests staying at Disney hotels in 2025 won’t have to pay for, however, is admission to WDW’s waterparks. Starting on January 1, 2025, WDW has announced that its hotel guests will get free admission to either the Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard Beach water park on their check-in day.

The perk applies to all hotel properties within WDW, including the Value properties like the Art of Animation and All-Star Music resorts.

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