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BREAKING: Disneyland Resort Rolls Out Ticket Price Increases Ahead of Marvel Avengers Campus Opening

Last year’s Disneyland Resort ticket price increases left fans and casual guests alike floored, given that with the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, it was easily the largest ticket price increase in the park’s 64-year history. In 2019, one-day tickets costs jumped by over 10 percent, with some annual passes up a whopping 23 percent in price. Since then, we’ve been waiting for the next annual price increase, and not surprisingly, prices for tickets and annual prices in 2020 have also seen a steady increase, thanks to the upcoming opening of the Marvel Avengers Campus. These changes were made in conjunction with Walt Disney World Annual Pass price increases today.

Here’s the breakdown for the new 2020 ticket prices:

Single and multi-day tickets:

Ticket Type Original New
1 Day – 1 Park $104, 129, 149 (Value, Regular, Peak) $104, 114, 124, 139, 154 (Tiers 1 – 5)
1 Day – Park Hopper $154, 179, 199 (Value, Regular, Peak) $159, 169, 179, 194, 209 (Tiers 1 – 5)
2 Day $225 $235
2 Day with Park Hopper $280 $290
3 Day $300 $310
3 Day with Park Hopper $355 $365
4 Day $325 $340
4 Day with Park Hopper $380 $395
5 Day $340 $360
5 Day with Park Hopper $395 $415

The resort’s most expensive one-day ticket has now surpassed $200, with an all-new five-tier system for both 1-Park and Park Hopper tickets replacing the old Value, Regular, and Peak system pricing. Prices for specific dates may have changed in the move from three-tier pricing to the new five-tier calendar. The calendar can be accessed by looking for one-day tickets on on Disneyland’s website. (The website has been down since the announcement of said price increases, naturally.) Prices on one-day tickets increased 3 percent on peak/upper tier one-park-per-day tickets and 3 to 5 percent on 1 Day – Park Hoppers.

Multi-day ticket price increase range from 3 percent on the 3-Day Park Hopper to just under 6 percent on the 5-Day, one-park-per-day ticket.

Annual Passes:

Pass Type Original New
Select $399 $419
Flex $599 $649
Deluxe $799 $829
Signature $1149 $1199
Signature Plus $1399 $1449
Premier $2099 $2199

Annual passes are up from 4 percent on the Deluxe Pass to just over 8 percent on the new Flex Pass, which was introduced in May 2019. The Disney Premier Passport, which offers unlimited access to Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort theme parks, is all the way up to $2199 plus tax.


And if you’re curious to compare, here’s the breakdown for last year’s ticket price increase:

Single and multi-day tickets:

Ticket Type Original New
1 Day – VALUE $97 $104
1 Day with Park Hopper – VALUE $147 $154
1 Day – REGULAR $117 $129
1 Day with Park Hopper – REGULAR $167 $179
1 Day – PEAK $135 $149
1 Day with Park Hopper – PEAK $185 $199
2 Day $210 $225
2 Day with Park Hopper $260 $280
3 Day $280 $300
3 Day with Park Hopper $330 $355
4 Day $305 $325
4 Day with Park Hopper $355 $380
5 Day $320 $340
5 Day with Park Hopper $370 $395

Annual Passes:

Pass Type Original New
Select $369 $399
Flex $599
Deluxe $729 $799
Signature $999 $1149
Signature Plus $1149 $1399
Premier $1579 $1949

The Disney Premier Passport which offers access to Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort theme parks is all the way up to $1949 plus tax. The tax puts the ticket price over $2,000, a new high in Disney ticket prices.


With the aforementioned ticket price increases, will you be renewing your annual pass, purchasing tickets anyway, or opting to skip Disneyland this year? Let us know in the comments.

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Thissucks
Thissucks
7 months ago

Haven’t been to Disneyland in a very long time, and this is why. It’s turning into a park only for rich people. ( I know others will buy the ticket, but probably not easily.) They’re pricing out the middle class, they’ve basically already priced out the lower class.

John Hernandez
John Hernandez
7 months ago

I can’t afford this anymore. Stopped going three years ago.

Patti McGlothlin
Patti McGlothlin
7 months ago
Reply to  John Hernandez

Same here. I use to go once a year since I was 3 year old. I keep saying that Walt is turning in his grave because he said he wanted to have a place that families can afford to go to get away from the world outside and enjoy family time together. No more middle class. California is becoming a rich only state. I am going through withdrawals because I can’t afford it on my social security. Unless you are going on the rides it is not worth it and my dad use to just like to go to watch… Read more »

Aracely Cardona
Aracely Cardona
7 months ago

Of course
I love Disney can’t wait to have kids and take them ;)

Luis
Luis
7 months ago

Our family has been a Disney family for 40 years, but it is just getting out of hand, and we decided to put a stop to our annual passes a couple of years ago. between the park, hotel, food and everything in between, Disney has become a vacation for the rich, but they don’t care, they are making money, and as long as their parks get full, they will keep gouging the public. Long gone are the days where Disney was a family paradise, now it’s just a hot mess of long lines and bitter employees screaming at you. My… Read more »

Steve
Steve
7 months ago

Phew! Glad I bought my DL tickets two weeks ago. But this increase ensures this will also be the last DL trip for the foreseeable future.

Steve scott
Steve scott
7 months ago

I have the Premier Plus annual Pass, which went up $50. It’s still a great deal IF you go a lot, which I do, 20+ times a year with my Family and other friends!

Shawn Campbell
Shawn Campbell
7 months ago

Nobody goes to Disneyland any more, it’s too crowded.

Bri
Bri
7 months ago
Reply to  Shawn Campbell

You do understand that your sentence contradicts itself right?

Seattleite
Seattleite
7 months ago

Price increase has nothing to do with Marvel Land. They increase the prices every year even when nothing new is opening up. All Disney cares about is profit. As long as people keep buying tickets/passes, they will keep increasing prices.