While we are all undoubtedly excited about the upcoming Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, we aren’t so thrilled that Disneyland ticket prices have gone up––again. On Jan. 6, park-goers noticed that daily tickets, annual passes and parking all increased by as much as 25 percent, the second price hike in less than a year for the California resort.
Past increases have been aimed to help keep the theme park’s attendance manageable, but with the opening of Pixar Pier and the anticipation of the Star Wars land expansion, nothing has kept fans away from the gates of the Happiest Place on Earth. So what exactly are the new prices? Keep reading to find out.
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One Day Tickets
- Low-demand days: $104, up from $97 (7.2% increase)
- Regular-demand days: $129, up from $117 (10.3% increase)
- Peak-demand days: $149, up from $135, (10.4% increase)
- Southern California Select Pass: $399, up from $369 (8.1% more)
- Deluxe Pass: $799, up from $729, (9.6% increase)
- Signature Plus” $1,949, up from $1,579 (23.4% increase) **This pass is good for both California and Florida theme parks
Parking & MaxPass
- Parking: $25, up from $20 (25% increase)
- MaxPass: $15, up from $10 (50% increase)
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