Anaheim Government to Vote on New Admissions Tax That May Increase Ticket Prices at Disneyland Resort
The City of Anaheim is due to vote on a proposed new “admissions tax” that may cost guests more to get into Disneyland Resort.
The new ordinance would apply a 2% tax to ticket sales for any venues with a capacity of 15,000 or greater. It would be added as an amendment to the Anaheim Municipal Code. The tax would also apply to “season passes or subscriptions,” meaning a potential increase on Magic Key Passes as well (when they are available for renewal or purchase).
If applied to the current ticket prices, a guest purchasing a one-day ticket would see a price increase of $2 to $4. Multi-day, Park Hopper, and Magic Key passes would see even higher price increases.
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The City will vote on the Admissions Tax Code amendment on July 19. If it passes, it will be turned over to Anaheim residents on the ballot in November. You can read the full proposal here.
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