We reported earlier that Walt Disney World ticket prices were increasing; Disneyland prices have also gone up today.
A one-day Value season ticket will remain the same, at $97; a one-day Value season park hopper ticket decreased from $157 to $147. Other than those, all other tickets went up in price.
The Orange County Register shares a look at ticket prices after the increases:
- Value: 1-day, 1-park $97 (2017 price), $97 (2018 price)
- Value: 1-day parkhopper $157 (2017 price), $147 (2018 price)
- Regular: 1-day, 1-park $110 (2017 price), $117 (2018 price)
- Regular: 1-day parkhopper $165 (2017 price), $167 (2018 price)
- Peak: 1-day, 1 park $124 (2017 price), $135 (2018 price)
- Peak 1-day parkhopper $174 (2017 price), $185 (2018 price)
- Signature Plus Annual Passport $1049 (2017 price), $1149 (2018 price)
- Signature Annual Passport $849 (2017 price), $999 (2018 price)
- Deluxe Annual Passport $619 (2017 price), $729 (2018 price)
- So Cal Annual Passport (on hiatus – only renewals) $469 (2017 price), $549 (2018 price)
- Select Annual Passport $339 (2017 price), $369 (2018 price)
There will no longer be a discount for renewing a Disneyland annual pass. Disneyland is rumored to have around 1 million annual passholders. Martin Lewison, a Disney price expert and assistant business professor at Farmingdale State College, says, “They’ve been trying to trim the number of annual passholders for some time. The number of annual passholders is more than they have capacity for at the parks.”
Suzi Brown, Disneyland spokeswoman, said, “We will be reshaping our Annual Pass program to better manage the guest experience throughout the year, which will help all Disneyland Resort guests have a great visit, particularly as we look forward to the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in 2019.” Passholders currently have an option to utilize a monthly payment plan.
News source: Orange County Register