All good things must...become more expensive, right? Disneyland raised its ticket prices once again, and some even broke the $200 mark for the first time in the park’s history. So if you’re looking to go there any time soon, you might want to allow for a little extra cash.
The Anaheim, California, park often makes changes to its prices, as you’d expect, but the latest adjustments introduce a new five-tier pricing system. Essentially, ticket prices vary based on peak days and seasons.
One-day tickets to visit just one of the two parks–Disneyland or Disney’s California Adventure Park–will remain the same at $104 during periods like off-season or weekdays. During holidays or weekends, the one-day ticket will rise from $149 to $154, according to the Los Angeles Times. Park Hopper tickets, aka the one you want because it gets you into both parks, now cost up to $209 on the highest-demand days.
If you’re a diehard park goer who can't resist the annual passes, those were hit with some price increases, too. The cheapest pass, the Select Pass, went from $399 to $419. The most expensive pass (the Premier Pass), which doesn’t block out holidays or peak-demand days, went from $1,949 to $2,199, reports the Times.
The price hikes come months after the opening of Disneyland’s Star Wars-inspired expansion Galaxy’s Edge–the biggest addition since the park first opened in 1955. This summer, Disney plans to open a new Marvel movie-based land in its California Adventure Park. As more billion-dollar additions see success, it's probably safe to say this won't be the last price jump.
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