Disneyland Resort Raises Prices on Tickets, Adds More Tiers on 1-Day Tickets


Overnight, the Disneyland Resort raised prices on park tickets and annual passes, with increases on tickets in the 3-5% range. Disneyland also adjusted their 1-day tickets, moving from a three tiered system to a five tiered system. The Value, Regular, and Peak pricing are gone, in favor of Tier 1 through Tier 5. The lowest 1-day 1-park adult ticket remains at $104, while the highest price ticket sold on the parks' busiest days went from $149 to $154. Adult 1-day 1-park tickets are now:
  • Tier 1 - $104
  • Tier 2 - $114
  • Tier 3 - $124
  • Tier 4 - $139
  • Tier 5 - $154
The lowest priced 1-day park hopper went from $154 to $159, with the highest priced up from $199 to $209. The Tier schedule for adult 1-day park hoppers are now:
  • Tier 1 - $159
  • Tier 2 - $169
  • Tier 3 - $179
  • Tier 4 - $194
  • Tier 5 - $209
Tickets for longer stays increased as well:
  • 2 day
    • 1-park - $235
    • park hopper - $290
  • 3 day
    • 1-park - $310
    • park hopper - $365
  • 4 day
    • 1-park - $340
    • park hopper - $395
  • 5 day
    • 1-park $360
    • park hopper $415
There were increases on the annual passes across the board, with the new Flex Annual Passport and the Premier Annual Passport both increasing over 8%. Flex went from $599 to $649, while the Premier, which is good at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World, is now $2,119 (plus applicable tax). SoCal Select is now $419, Deluxe is $829, Signature is $1,199, and Signature Plus is $1,449. All ticket changes are effective February 11, 2020. Note: Pricing seen are our website will be adjusted as soon as possible, but may not reflect the new rates.

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