Disneyland raises its ticket prices - one day now $96
Written by Robert Niles
The Disneyland Resort raised its ticket prices today, with a one-day, one-park ticket at either Disneyland or Disney California Adventure now going for $96 a day. That's in between the $99 a day for the Magic Kingdom in Florida and the $94 a day for the other Walt Disney World theme parks.Tweet
Ticket and annual pass prices at Disneyland have increased up to 9 percent, with Disney also marking the popular Southern California Annual Passport "not available for purchase" on its website. All other types of passes remain available. Parking is up a buck, to $17, too.
Here is the list of current Disneyland Resort ticket prices, followed by the old price, the dollar difference between the two, and the percentage difference.
So, the quest continues to find the price point at which hundreds of thousands of Southern Californians will no longer renew their Disneyland Resort annual passports. None of Disney's past price increases pushed past that point, and I suspect that today's increases won't accomplish that, either.
Update, with more analysis: What do ticket changes at the Disneyland Resort mean for theme park fans? (Monday, May 19, 2014)
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