Disneyland’s Admission Increases

Disneyland Resort has announced an increase in prices for admission media. (Prices do not include sales tax.)

  • Single Day, Single Park is now $66 ($3 increase), Kids 3 thru 9 are $56
  • Single Day ParkHoppers are now $91 ($8 increase), $81 for kids 3 thru 9
  • 2 Day ParkHopper is going up $10, $132 for Adults, $112 for kids 3 thru 9
  • 3 Day ParkHopper is going up $10, $189 for adults, $159 for kids 3 thru 9
  • 4 Day ParkHopper is going up $5, $214 for Adults, $184 for kids 3 thru 9
  • 5 Day ParkHopper is going up $5, $234 for Adults, $204 for kids 3 thru 9 (a savings of $44 a day off the adult single day park hopper price)

To compare to Walt Disney World, a single day single park ticket is $71.00. It costs $116 for a one day park hopper.

The Annual Passes continue to be the best deal even with the $20 increase. It pays for itself in less than 6 days. Even faster if you include free parking and food and hotel discounts. The fact that they haven’t raised this a lot more proves how dependent Disneyland is on locals.

  • Premium $379 ($20 increase)
  • Deluxe $259 ($20 increase)
  • Southern California $169 ($15 increase)
  • Southern California Select $129 ($5 increase)

So why are the prices going up again? Because attendance numbers for the park continue to exceed projections and because guests still perceive a value when compared to say a 3 hour concert or a professional sporting event. Disney will continue to slowly raise prices until that perceived value is gone.

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