Disneyland cranks up ticket prices
Written by Robert Niles
Disneyland Resort announced ticket price increases today, topping out at a 35 percent increase on the price of the parks' SoCal Select Annual Pass.Tweet
The SoCal Select is Disneyland's lowest-priced annual pass, and is blocked out 195 days a year (weekends, holidays and summer break). Its price will jump from $199 to $269, starting Sunday, May 20. If you want to add parking an annual pass, that price will increase 30 percent, form $99 a year to $129.
Disneyland's top-of-the-line Premium AP, which is good 365 days a year and includes parking, jumps from $499 to $649 - another 30% increase.
Daily park-hopper tickets will increase up to 19 percent. The single-day park-hopper will jump $20, from $105 to $125. Non-park hopper daily tickets will see smaller increases, from five to nearly nine percent. The one-day, one-park ticket will increase $7, form $80 to $87.
Here are the old prices, the new prices, and the percentage increases:
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