Disney has said that Disneyland will be the center of its upcoming “Disney 100 Years of Wonder” celebration, and now we learn admission prices at Disneyland have increased in anticipation.
The New Pricing System
After recently reopening its Magic Key program with an increase in prices, Disneyland is now turning to the daily admission tickets.
To start, Disneyland has added a new “Tier 0” category for its cheapest one-day tickets.
While they are priced at $104 per day for one park, which was previously the cost of Tier 1 tickets, the dates on this Tier are very limited through the available dates, which end in February.
So far I only see a few weekdays in January and February available to use the Tier 0 ticket.
Here is how much a one-day/one-park ticket will now cost:
- Tier 0: $104
- Tier 1: $114 (up from $104)
- Tier 2: $129 (up from $119)
- Tier 3: $144 (up from $134)
- Tier 4: $159 (up from $149)
- Tier 5: $169 (up from $159)
- Tier 6: $179 (up from $164)
Throw on the Park Hopper ability, to gain entry to both Disneyland and California Adventure on the same day, and these will be the new prices:
- Tier 0: $169
- Tier 1: $179
- Tier 2: $194
- Tier 3: $209
- Tier 4: $224
- Tier 5: $234
- Tier 6: $244
And of course, the more you pay, the less blockout dates there are. You can find all of the blockout dates for each Tier at the Disneyland website.
If single day tickets go up, of course the multi-day ticket pricing will go up, and they have with a 2-day single park ticket now priced at $143 per day ($286 total), add a Park Hopper ability and a 2-day pass will be $203 per day ($406 total). Extra days see similar price increases
These changes are effective as of October 11, 2022 (yesterday).
All of this means if you want to visit Disneyland for the “Disney 100 Years of Wonder” celebration…or any other reason…it’s going to cost more.
Happy Disney100, indeed!
As we wrote yesterday, Disney has also implemented variable pricing on its Genie+ and Individual Lightning Lane services at both U.S. parks.
At Disneyland, advance purchase of Genie+ has increased from $20 per person per day to $25 per person per day.
Wait to purchase until arrival, and variable pricing kicks in for those who purchase the service the day of, and that price will vary by day and demand.
Select parking fees have also increased.
Regular theme park parking remains the same, but Preferred parking jumps from $45 to $50 per car per day.
Hotel valet has also increased from $50 to $65. That’s not a typo.
Avoid the Stress
After pausing the availability to make park reservations at Disneyland for 2023 dates, Disney has reopened the system following all the price increases, with available dates going into February 2023.
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If you have plans to visit Disneyland, we’d love to know your thoughts on all of this. Let us know in the comments, and please keep it clean.