Disney World is increasing ticket rates for the first time since the epidemic started, just in time for the Christmas.
On Tuesday, Walt Disney World announced that it will be increasing the price of single-day tickets and, for the first time, separating them out by park.
Starting on December 8th, tickets to the world-famous Magic Kingdom park, the self-proclaimed "Happiest Place on Earth," will cost between $124 and $189 a day, depending on the time of year.
The new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge zone at Disney's Hollywood Studios park has increased the price of a day pass there from $124 to $179. Tickets to Epcot range from $114 to $179.
A family of four visiting Disney World during peak season may expect to spend as much as $756 each day, and that's not including lodging, food, transportation, or souvenirs.
Due to the introduction of dynamic pricing in 2018, Disney now charges less on weekdays and throughout the week and more on weekends, school vacations, and holidays.