Disneyland Raises Ticket Prices Effective January 6, 2019

Disneyland has raised the price on tickets, Annual Passports, parking, and MaxPass, effective January 6, 2019.

Disneyland Annual Passport and Ticket

The complete list of ticket prices is available at our Disneyland Ticket FAQ; here is a summary:

Seasonal pricing on one-day tickets continues, with the price of an adult one-day park ticket now at $104/$129/$149, up from $97/$117/$135.  A one-day park hopper is $154/$179/$199.

The price of multi-day tickets has increased $15-$20 for  2-, 3-, 4-, and 5-day one park/day tickets, and $20-$25 for park hopper tickets.

Annual passports saw large increases, anywhere from 8% for the Southern California Select passport to 23% for the Premier passport.  New prices:

SoCal Select: $399 ($30 increase)
SoCal (Renewal only): $599 ($40 increase)
Deluxe: $799 ($70 increase)
Signature: $1149 ($150 increase)
Signature Plus: $1399 ($250 increase)
Premier: $1949 ($370 increase)

The price for MaxPass, which allows guests to download PhotoPass photos and make Fastpass reservations using the Disneyland app, has risen $5, to $15 per day.

Parking prices for the theme parks, Downtown Disney, and the Disneyland Resort hotels also increased. The daily rate for theme park parking went up $5: Autos are $25, RVs and oversized vehicles are $30, and buses and tractor trailers are $35.

Disneyland is still offering two special deals on multi-day tickets, which in light of this price increase makes them an even better value.  These tickets are available for purchase from January 7 through May 20, with blockout dates of April 14-22.

The Limited-Time Special Ticket Offer  features reduced prices on 3-, 4-, and 5-day tickets.  It is available to anyone.

The Southern California Resident Ticket Offer is for 3-day tickets.   It is available only to residents of Southern California and Northern Baja California.

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Laura Gilbreath is a native of San Diego, CA. She has been making the trek up Interstate 5 to Disneyland since she was a small child and terrified of talking tikis and hitchhiking ghosts. She and her husband Lee enjoy trips to Disneyland and Walt Disney World, as well as sailings on the Disney Cruise Line.

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