Effective Jan. 6, Disneyland Resort raised the prices on single and multi-day tickets as well as monthly passes, representing an average increase of eight per cent. A 1 Day 1 Park (Value) ticket now costs $104 for adults and $98 for one child, and a A 1 Day 1 Park (Regular) ticket now costs $129 for adults and $122 for one child.
Upon request for comment, Liz Jaeger, Disneyland Resort spokesperson, told PAX:
"We continue to provide our guests with a variety of ticket offerings to meet their needs, while helping us to spread visitation, better manage demand and deliver a great experience."
The new prices are in USD.
Parking rates go up
Parking prices have also gone up, by a whopping 25 per cent at both the theme parks and the nearby hotels.
At the theme parks, parking a regular automobile will cost $25; an oversized vehicle will cost $30; and a commercial vehicle (bus, tractor trailer) will cost $35.
Non-hotel guests using self park for a regular automobile pay $25 for the first hour + $10 per hour, for a maximum rate of $65; non-hotel guests using self park for an oversized vehicle pay $30 for first hour + $10 per hour, max. rate of $70; and non-hotel guests using guest valet parking will pay $35 for first hour + $10 per hour, max. rate of $105.
Domestic & local tickets now on sale
Following the weekend price change, Disneyland Resort has announced a limited-time offer on Domestic and Local tickets.
For a limited time, you can now visit the Disneyland Resort for as little as $70 per day with the purchase of a 3-day, One Park per day ticket. Booking available starting 11/20/18 for usage January 7 – May 23, 2019.
The Southern California Resident Ticket Offer* provides special values to enjoy magic and adventure for three days, including one day of Magic Morning** in Disneyland park. For a limited time beginning Jan. 7, Southern California residents may select from these specially-priced ticket options and save on select multi-day tickets:
- 3-day, 1-park per day ticket for $179
- 3-day Park Hopper ticket for $234