The annual price increase for Disneyland Resort ticket prices is upon us once again.
Effective Sunday, it will cost $97 to go to one of the parks on “Value” days, the lowest-priced days of the year, up $2. A visit on a Regular day will be $110, while a Peak day will cost $124, both up $5. Tickets are more on days when demand would be higher.
Parking is also going up to $20 from $18.
Last year, in an effort to spread out the crowds, Disney introduced its three-level pricing. Some observers say the tiered pricing structure has worked, with less people flocking to the park, for example, on the highest-demand two-week period including Christmas and New Year’s Day.
On Sunday, prices for some annual passes will go up, too. The Southern California Select and Southern California passes will be $339 and $469, respectively, $10 increases. Both passes have blackout days. The Deluxe pass, with some Saturday and peak-holiday-period blackout days, is getting boosted by $20 to $619. The prices for the higher-end passes will remain the same.
A full pricing breakdown is not available yet, but should be later today.
Source: OC Register
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