The Disneyland Resort confirmed today that ticket prices and prices for some Annual Passes will be going up Sunday, February 12, 2017.
A One-Day One Park pass during Value days will now cost $97, up from $95. During Peak days, it will now cost you $124 to visit one park. Prices on multi-day tickets and Park Hoppers will increase as well.
While prices for the Signature and Signature Plus passes won’t be increasing, guests will see an increase of $20 on the Deluxe Annual Pass which offers guests admission on 320 select days. The new price for the Deluxe Pass will be $619. Locals will see an increase of $10 on each of the Southern California Annual Passes. California Passholders will still be able to use a monthly payment plan for those passes that are eligible for the program.
Parking at the Resort parking lots and structures will increase to $20.
The last price increase on Disneyland tickets was February 2016, while rates on Annual Passes haven’t increased since October 2015.
Source: Orange County Register
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