In July 2021, Disneyland Paris announced that it would be retiring its free FastPass system and, instead, implementing a new paid system called Premier Access.
Now, months after Premier Access officially launched at the Park, pricing is increasing for select attractions on peak days.
Previously, we reported that this new system is charging Guests anywhere from €8-€15, which is around $9-$18, per ride at the theme park. Now, however, it seems that the price has increased and can now cost Guests up to €18 rather than €15.
According to DLP Report, on peak days, select attractions including Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain can now cost €18, which is approximately $20 USD. They Tweeted:
Premier Access prices are now going up to €18 for some Attractions on peak days like today:
💰Premier Access prices are now going up to €18 for some Attactions on peak days like today: pic.twitter.com/3J54fNCJxW
— DLP Report (@DLPReport) December 18, 2021
When Premier Access first launched, Disney did state that the pricing will vary depending on popularity. For example, more popular and E-ticket attractions may cost more than those rides that do not typically have a long line or such high demand. They also stated that the prices for each attraction may change depending on what the time of year is. For example, if you visit Disneyland Paris during the peak seasons, Premier Access may cost more.
The Disneyland Paris website currently states:
From 5 August, turbo-charge your day with Disney Premier Access!
Got the need for speed? Disney Premier Access is a paid service that gives you speedy access to some of our most popular attractions thanks to a dedicated fast lane. Limited availability!
Get in the fast lane with Disney Premier Access
Hit top speed like Lightning McQueen with Disney Premier Access and join the fast lane that lets you skip the regular queue at some of our most popular attractions.
With Disney Premier Access under the bonnet, you’ll fill up your day with even more smiles per hour!
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