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Walt Disney World raises annual pass prices before Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge arrives

Walt Disney World’s price rise comes about a month before Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens up in August.

Stormtroopers patrol the Tie Echelon Stage during the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Media Preview at Disneyland Park, Wednesday, May 29, 2019, in Anaheim, Calif.
Stormtroopers patrol the Tie Echelon Stage during the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge Media Preview at Disneyland Park, Wednesday, May 29, 2019, in Anaheim, Calif.
Chris Pizzello, Invision/Associated Press

SALT LAKE CITY — Walt Disney World reportedly raised its annual pass prices overnight, according to multiple reports.

Walt Disney World’s price raise comes about a month before Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens up in August, according to The Orlando Sentinel.

Here’s a breakdown of the new costs:

  • Epcot After 4 Annual Pass — $309 (previously $289)
  • Disney Silver Pass — $519 (previously $479)
  • Disney Gold Pass — $699 (previously $609)
  • Disney Platinum Pass — $899 (previously $749)
  • Disney Platinum Plus Pass — $999 (previously $849)

Disney raised its annual passes back in October, according to WESH-TV.