Disney World will increase theme park admission prices next year, including the first hike to the single-day base rate since 2018. 

Disney World ticket prices vary both by park and by day. The current increases are generally between $5 to $10 per ticket from January to October 2025, the time period for which Disney World bookings opened on Tuesday. 

Those base rate tickets — the cheapest one-day tickets at Disney World — will cost $119 in 2025, up from $109. While Disney theme park prices tend to get more media coverage, the $119 rate will actually match the base rate for one-day, one-park tickets at the rival Universal Orlando Resort. 

Under the calendar released by Disney, the most expensive one-day ticket will be $169 during select dates in March 2025. Keep in mind the open dates don’t include the busy holiday season, where prices (and crowds) are generally at their peak. 

The price hikes come a day after Disney announced that 2025 bookings at Disney World hotels will include admission to one of the resort’s two water parks on guests’ check-in day.