It looks like it’s that time again — another price increase has hit the Disney Parks.
Disneyland Resort has just rolled out a price increase across all of their park tickets and annual passes — let’s take a closer look!
Ahead of the opening of Avengers Campus, Disneyland has rolled out their latest price increase, including a change from a three-tier system for tickets to a five-tier system. Instead of Value, Regular, and Peak tickets, ticketing has now been broken down into Tiers 1 through 5, ranging from slowest to busiest days at the park. For one park, one day ticketing, the pricing for Tier 1 remains the same as the former Value ticket, sticking at $104. However, comparatively, while a Peak ticket had been $149, a Tier 5 ticket will be $154.
For the one park, one day tickets the new Tier 2 costs $114, with Tier 3 at $124, and Tier 4 at $139. Perhaps one of the largest price increases came for the Tier 5 single-day Parkhopper — while the Peak single-day Parkhopper had been $199, the Tier 5 single-day Parkhopper increased by $10 to $209.
Some of the largest price increases came from the Annual Passes for the park, with every Annual Pass selection receiving a significant price hike:
- Flex Passport: $649 (previously $599)
- Deluxe Passport: $829 (previously $799)
- Signature Passport: $1,199 (previously $1,149)
- Signature Plus Passport: $1,449 (previously $1,399.00)
Additionally, the MaxPass received a price increase as well, jumping from $15 to $20 for the service.
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