We have seen prices increase over time at Walt Disney World, but lately, it feels like that all has become more expensive in parks and resorts. If you are planning to take a trip to Disney, now is the time to start budgeting and see how much you need to start saving.
Although there are some important new added costs to consider, we have lots of tips and tricks to help you save money.
From cost of a flight a best priced meals a Genie +, there are many expenses to consider, and some that you may not yet know about.
The cost of flying to Walt Disney World will vary depending on several factors. Depending on the weather, your family size, location and airline preferences, the price can be from anywhere $ 35 (in the extremely low band) a $ 1,000 (on the high side) for a return flight.
Don’t forget the additional rates for checked baggage or seat selection if you wish. In addition, the cost of parking the car as at the airport, the cost of food during the day of travel and other additional expenses can also be added.
As of January 2022, Disney’s Magical Express will no longer provide free transportation to guests at the Disney resort. This means you will have to pay more to take your family to Disney World.
Click here for more information on the new Mears Connect Airport service
To replace this free service, Mears, Uber, Lyft or a taxi can take you to your resort.
You can also rent a car in Orlando, but keep in mind that it also increases the rental price.
On top of all that, there are several other costs associated with traveling to Disney which you should consider in your budget. You may need to pay for gas, bus tickets, or perhaps a ridesharing service.
Please note that you may also have to pay parking at your Disney resort and / or parks.
Click here for some transportation tips
In short, you should compare the cost of each transportation option to see what’s best for you and your family’s budget.
Lately, at Walt Disney World, we’ve seen prices go up in general.
Restaurant menus show higher prices iefriend some goods are starting to cost a bit more in the parks!
Disney’s festive parties were replaced, which had a hard entrance new After Hours events that cost a lot more money. A ticket to Disney’s Very Merriest After Hours Christmas event will range in price from From $ 169 to $ 229 per guest (plus taxes).
If you haven’t been to Walt Disney World in a long time, you’ll be amazed at the park’s high prices.
Click here for information on the small price increases that made a big difference at Disney World this year
As we talk about the topic, we should also mention that the annual passes have returned to Walt Disney World.
The price of a new annual pass varies, but will probably cost $ 1299 for the new Incredi-Pass.
Click here to read the 5 details you missed from Disney World’s annual ticket ad
Annual passes certainly have some perks, but some perks like free access to PhotoPass won’t come back.
One of the biggest future added costs is Disney Genie +. This new system serves as Fastpass + replacement this costs guests $ 15 (plus taxes) per day and per person.
With Genie +, guests can use Lightning Lane (AKA the old Fastpass line) to tour some Disney attractions. For the most popular attractions, Disney designed one independent system where guests can make up to two selections of individual attractions per day.
The price of these attractions varies depending on the date, the park and the attraction.
Click here for more information on Disney Genie +
If you want to read more our eight takeaway meals from the first day of Disney Genie, click here.
There is so much to look forward to at Walt Disney World, despite the new additional costs. If you’re a little worried about the budget for an expensive vacation, we have some good tips that can help you get the most out of your trip and save some money.
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