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.
Tom is the host and producer of the DIS Unplugged: Disneyland Edition podcast, plus Disneyland Editor of The DIS. He enjoys traveling with his wife and teenage son. At this point, their favorite destination is Alaska, with a FIFTH cruise there planned for the Summer of 2019. In his spare time he volunteers with Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts, and help found his son's former Cub Scout Pack. His favorite Disneyland attraction is Space Mountain.