Disneyland Bumps Prices of Annual Passes and Tickets Ahead of Galaxy’s Edge Opening

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We got some new ticket price increases to talk about today as Disneyland pushed out new prices for all of their tickets, including annual passes and single/multi-day tickets.

Single-day parkhopper saw a bump in the price of 4.8 to 7.6 percent range:

  • “Value” parkhopper tickets are now $154 (up from $147)
  • “Regular” parkhoppers are now$179 (up from $167)
  • “Peak” parkhoppers are now $199 (up from $185).

Multi-day tickets also saw an increase in price:

  • Two-day, one-park tickets are now $225 (Up from $210)
  • Two-day parkhoppers are now $280 (Up from $260)
  • Three-day tickets are now $300 for single park access per day and $355 for the parkhopper option.

Annual Passes were not ignored. They also saw a jump in price:

  • The “Select” annual pass is now $399
  • The “Deluxe” pass rose to $799
  • The “Signature” pass climbed to a whopping $1,149.
  • The “Premier” pass jumped to a whopping $1,949.
Disneyland ticket price increases in 2019

Disneyland ticket price increases in 2019

Regular parking at Disneyland also saw an increase in price to $25.

To put all of this into perspective, a ticket to Disneyland back in 2000 cost you $43.

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via WDWNT

Clint

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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