The Cheapest Disneyland Ticket Is Now over $100 Thanks to an Unexpected Price Hike
Visiting the Mouse is going to cost more moolah
The Anaheim, California resort, which operates two theme parks, a downtown district and three hotels, sells single-day admission on a calendar across three time periods: Value, Regular and Peak. Single-day Value tickets now cost $104 (a $7 increase from $97) and Regular tickets now cost $129 (a $12 increase from $117) for adult admission to one park.
A one-park ticket during summer, holidays or other busy times of year will now cost $149 per adult and $141 per child. The Orange County Register reports that in 2000, admission was $43, thus tripling over the span of nineteen years.
“Park Hopper” admission granting single-day access to both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure will cost $154, $179 and $199 during Value, Regular and Peak periods respectively; children’s single-day park hopper admission is now $148, $172 and $191.
Two-day and multi-day tickets, which operate outside dynamic pricing, also increased in price, as did all annual passes. Parking now costs $25, and MaxPass, the digital system that allows guests to quickly book FastPasses from their phone instead of walking between kiosks, will cost $15.