Disneyland announced today its plans to raise prices on all of its Annual Passports and some of its single and multi-day ticket options. The lowest-priced single day one park and park hopper passes remain the same.
The one-park ticket are the same .
According to the OC Register, the Disneyland Resort reported a 3% increase on its top tier daily single park admission ticket, a 5% increase on the park hopper option, and an increase as high as 13% on its annual passes. Disneyland is also replacing its three-tier pricing system of “value,” “regular,” and “peak” tickets with a new five-tier system based on levels of park attendance.
Tier 1 will be enacted on the slowest days, the price remaining at $104. Tier 5 will be used for the busiest days, the price jumping 3% from $149 to $154. The new tier 2 tickets cost #114–11% less than the old “regular” tickets–and the new tier 4 tickets cost $139–8% more than the former “regular” price. Tier 3 stands in the middle with a cost of $124.
The peak price for a Disneyland park ticket has increased by over 300% in the past 20 years and over 5,000% since its opening in 1955. In 2000, the ticket price on peak days sat at $43. Disneyland switched to the demand-based pricing system back in 2016.
Park hopper, Multi-Day Ticket, and Annual Passport Prices
The park hopper tickets, which allow same- access to both Disneyland Park and Park, were also put on the new five-tier system. A tier 5 park hopper ticket will now cost you $209, a 5% increase from the previous peak ticket. The tier 1 park hopper remains at its base price of $159.
Multi-day Disneyland tickets also saw a spike in prices. A top-tier two-day/one-park ticket will now cost you $235 and a two-day park hopper ticket will cost you $290. That is a $10 increase for both tickets. Disneyland’s three-day tickets now cost $310 for one park-per-day and $365 with the park hopper option.
Regarding annual pass options, the price for a “Select” pass rose from $399 to $419, the price for the “deluxe” pass rose 8% to $829, and the “signature” pass rose 4% to $1,199. The “flex” pass also rose from $599 to $649.
The price of the “Premier” Passport also shot up 13% to $2,199. The Premier Pass gives guests year-round access to both Disneyland in California and Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
Southern California Resident Discounts
But the Disneyland kept the for Southern California residents during the off-season. SoCal residents can three-day ticket for $199 for single-park access to either Disneyland Park or Disney California Adventure Park or $254 with the park hopper option.
SoCal locals can take advantage of these through May 18, 2020.
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