Tickets to the Anaheim theme park increase up to 25 percent
As of Sunday, Jan. 6 all single and multi-day tickets at Disneyland California have risen up to 25 percent. This comes amidst preparations for the grand opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in June.
According to Disneyland officials, prices on multi-day tickets went up about six to seven percent for single day passes and Park Hoppers. Prices all increase depending on attendance levels, with Peak day tickets rising the most and Value day tickets rising the least. The biggest price increase came on annual passes.
The no blackout-day “Premier Pass” now cost $1,949, a 23.4 percent increase from last year. This pass gives visitors access to Disneyland on any day of the year. The Southern California pass, the most popular, is going up 8.1 percent to $400 with excludes most days when families would likely want to visit the parks. 211 days of the year will be blocked.
The cheapest daily tickets will now be more than $100 per day and increased by an average of eight percent according to Disney. Also according to the company, the cost to park also increased from $20 to $25.
The Star Wars attraction will be the largest expansion in Disney theme park history, averaging at about $1 billion.
Here are the old and new prices on Disneyland’s tickets and annual passes, as provided by Disneyland:
|1 Day, 1 Park VALUE||$97||$104|
|1 Day Park Hopper VALUE||147||154|
|1 Day, 1 Park REGULAR||117||129|
|1 Day Park Hopper REGULAR||167||179|
|1 Day, 1 Park PEAK||135||149|
|1 Day Park Hopper PEAK||185||199|
|2 Days, 1 Park/Day||210||225|
|2 Days Park Hopper||260||280|
|3 Days, 1 Park/Day||280||300|
|3 Days Park Hopper||330||355|
|4 Days, 1 Park/Day||305||325|
|4 Days Park Hopper||355||380|
|5 Days, 1 Park/Day||320||340|
|5 Days Park Hopper||370||395|