Disneyland Resort Raises Ticket and Parking Prices By Up To 20%

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Disneyland Resort Raises Ticket and Parking Prices By Up To 20%

Shannen Ace

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Disneyland Resort Raises Ticket and Parking Prices By Up To 20%

Disneyland Resort is raising both theme park ticket and parking prices starting today. The last price raise was in February 2020.

Daily tickets are going up between 3% and 8%, varying depending on the date and time of year. There are now six tiers instead of five, with the lowest price tier remaining at $104. Here is the breakdown for single-day, single park tickets:

  • Tier 1: $104
  • Tier 2: $119
  • Tier 3: $134
  • Tier 4: $149
  • Tier 5: $159
  • Tier 6: $164

Previously, the highest-priced tier was $154. Prior to February 2020, there were only three tiers between $104 and $149.

A single-day Park Hopper ticket now starts at $164, up from $159, and goes to a sixth tier of $224.

Standard parking is going up by 20%, from $25 to $30.

Source: Los Angeles Times

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5 thoughts on “Disneyland Resort Raises Ticket and Parking Prices By Up To 20%”

  1. Darth Chapek is out of control. The parks used to be fun. Now you and your credit card are glued to an app, constantly mindful of times, deadlines to leave, or enter another park, and counting how much you’ve spent, and wondering if you can afford to come back. I used to attend Disneyland and DCA regularly as an AP – I guess I was one of the few AP’s who actually purchased merch and food. My husband and I would frequent the actual restaurants. It’s such a displeasure now to even think about going to the parks – it’s a game, the Hunger Games. The board needs to replace Chapek. He’s killing the dream day by day. Miss Iger terribly.

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