ORLANDO, Fla. — Disney World has raised prices on nearly all of its annual passes.
- Disney World raises prices on nearly all annual passes
- Price hike comes ahead of Star Wars: Galaxy Edge opening
- Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge set to open in August, 2019
As of Tuesday, the lower-cost Epcot After 4 pass was $309, up from $289. Disney's Silver Pass went up from $479 to $519.
The Gold Pass increased $90, from $609 to $699. Prices for the higher-tier annual passes also went up.
The Platinum Pass now costs $899, up from $749. The Platinum Plus Pass jumped from $849 to $999, an increase of $150.
The price for the Theme Park Select Pass remains the same. Prices also increased on the annual passes offered to out-of-state residents. The Platinum Pass now costs $1,119, while the Platinum Plus Pass increased to $1,219.
Disney also raised nightly parking rates at its on-site hotels for reservations made June 18 and after.
The price increases come ahead of the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge grand opening and a day after Disney announced passholder preview opportunities for the land.
The last time Disney significantly raised prices on annual passes was back in October.
Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is set to open Aug. 29.
Disney has not responded to Spectrum News' request for comment.
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