Disneyland raises annual pass prices and makes some changes

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Not to be left out, Disneyland also has raised their annual pass prices and made some changes as well.

Disneyland has introduced two new annual passes, eliminated one pass and raised the prices for the others.

The Premium Annual Passport is no longer available as a purchase option and has been replaced with the $1,049 Disney Signature Plus pass.  Yes, that is $1,000 for a Disney pass.

There is also a pass for $849 that includes a few blackout dates around Christmas and New Years.

Both of these passes include free parking, merchandise and dining discounts and the newly added unlimited PhotoPass feature.

The existing Deluxe pass increased by $50 and the pass that is only availble to Southern California residents saw in increase of $389 to $459.  It is no longer available for purchase and is only available for renewal by current owners.

Parking price also so an increase, $1, to $18.




Clint Gamache started Thrillgeek back in 2013 to share his love of theme parks, pop culture and other geeky stuff with the world. He can be found on Twitter @iamcgeed

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