The price of Disney World goes up each year, and the jump from 2018 to 2019 is about 10%. Read more of further information.
Disney World prices go up like clockwork every year, and as they continue to fill the parks at record rates.
Although Disney runs offers like free dining, generally discounts are few and far between. The only way we can really get any discounts is if travel operators reduce some of the costs for parts of the travel they control, like the flights. The price Disney sets to wholesale agents is mostly set in stone.
I have defended Disney's constant price increases in the past, and as they continue to expand by opening more lands it's not going to stop any time soon. The last time Disney had to slash prices because crowds were so low was during the 2008 recession, and I think as much as we all love Disney, we shouldn't wish for another one of those.
Even though (at the time of writing) Disney's 2019 free dining offer is nowhere to be seen, I have done some price comparisons for hotel and ticket prices comparing 2018 and 2019, and I've found that visiting Disney World is about 10% more expensive than 2018. Keep in mind this is excluding flights.
Playing around with all the hotels (even paying for the dining plan) the total cost seems to be about 10% more for 2019 than 2018.
My main example is 2 weeks at Pop Century for 2 adults (with the 14 day ultimate ticket) in September 2018. The cost of the hotel and ticket is a cool £2,119.80. The exact same room and ticket for 2019 is £2,346.12.