Disneyland is revamping the theme park with new rides and attractions, which means an unpleasant price hike is to follow.
With the most recent opening of the Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance ride in January and the Marvel-themed Avengers Campus expected to open this summer, Disneyland in Anaheim is trying to combat the large crowds with higher ticket pricing.
What to Know
- Instead of three tiers, the park now offers five tiers that range in price and access
- The cost of the first tier single-day ticket and first tier single-day park hopper tickets remain the same
- Parking will stay the same at $25 for cars and motorcycles
Previously, single-day tickets were offered in three tiers: value, regular and peak and were $104 to $149. Now, Disneyland is offering five unnamed tiers that range from $104 to $154.
Disneyland introduced the three-tier method in 2016 as a way to manage attendance and spread visits across the popular park days.
Previously, single-day park hopper tickets were offered in three tiers with values ranging from $154 to $199. Now, the five unnamed tiers will range from $159 to $209.
The other 2020 price hikes to take note of are:
- Two day passes increased from $225 to $235
- Two day passes with park hopper increased from $280 to $290
- Three day passes increased from $300 to $310
- Three day passes with park hopper increased from $355 to $365
- Four day passes increased from $325 to $340
- Four day passes with park hopper increased from $380 to $395
- Five day passes increased from $340 to $360
- Five day passes with park hopper increased from $395 to $415
The cost of Disneyland's annual passports were also affected:
- Southern California Select Passport increased from $399 to $419
- Flex Passport increased from $599 to $649
- Deluxe Passport increased from $799 to $829
- Signature Passport increased from $1,149 to $1,199
- Signature Plus Passport increased from $1,399 to $1,499
- Premier Passport increased from $2,099 to $2,199
The good news is parking will remain unchanged at $25 for cars and motorcycles and Southern California residents have until May 21 to purchase discounted tickets to the parks.
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For more information, visit the Disneyland website here.