If you’re thinking of visiting Disneyland this summer, be prepared to spend a little more. That’s because Disney once again raised ticket prices, edging ever so closer to $100 regardless of age.
As of today, a one-day, one-park ticket for children ages 3 to 9 is $90 and for ages 10 and up, it’s now $96, up $4 and applies to either Disneyland or California Adventure. For a park hopper ticket for both amusement parks, it’s now a whopping $144 for children ages 3 to 9 and $150 for ages 10 and older, up $13.
Also just in time for the Memorial Day holiday and the Rock Your Disney Side 24-Hour Party, are, regardless of age - the Southern California Select, now $289 or as Disney says on its website – “$16.09 per month”, the Deluxe Annual Passport up $20 to $519 ($35.25 per month) and the Disneyland Resort Premium Annual Pass now $699 ($50.25 per month). The Disneyland Resort, second most visited amusement park in the world (next to Walt Disney World) is also suspending new sales of the Southern California annual passport, which allowed visitors to access both Disneyland and California Adventure on Sundays. Only current annual pass holders will be able to renew for $289 but will not be valid on weekends. Lastly, single day parking will also be going up, to $17 for cars and motorcycles.
Disneyland Resort spokeswoman Suzi Brown said in a statement "A ticket to our theme parks represents a great value, particularly when you look at the breadth and quality of attractions and entertainment we offer and the special moments guests experience with our cast.”
The unannounced price increase follows a similar action earlier this year at Walt Disney World. A complete list of ticket prices to the Happiest Place in the World can be found on the Disneyland Resort website. Most ticket prices are valid through December 31, 2015.