With the anticipated opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge only months away, California’s Disneyland Resort has announced significant price increases for admission tickets, parking, and other services, effective immediately.
As of Sunday, January 6, the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim has raised prices on all forms of admission, including annual passes, as well as on vehicle parking and MaxPass digital ride reservations. The least expensive one-day tickets went up $7 to $104, while peak-season single day park-hoppers are now $199, a $14 increase. Other notable price hikes include a nearly $500 jump in the cost of bicoastal Premier annual passes, and a 50% increase in the daily fee for using the MaxPass mobile service.
Here’s a complete breakdown of all today’s price increases at Disneyland, as provided by the resort:
Disneyland Resort Tickets: Old Price > New Price
1 Day, 1 Park (value): $97 > $104
1 Day Park Hopper (value): $147 > $154
1 Day, 1 Park (regular): $117 > $129
1 Day Park Hopper (regular): $167 > $179
1 Day, 1 Park (peak): $135 > $149
1 Day Park Hopper (peak): $185 > $199
2 Days, 1 Park/Day: $210 > $225
2 Days Park Hopper: $260 > $280
3 Days, 1 Park/Day: $280 > $300
3 Days Park Hopper: $330 > $355
4 Days, 1 Park/Day: $305 > $325
4 Days Park Hopper: $355 > $380
5 Days, 1 Park/Day: $320 > $340
5 Days Park Hopper: $370 > $395
Annual Passes: Old Price > New Price
Select: $369 > $399
Deluxe: $729 > $799
Signature: $999 > $1149
Signature Plus: $1149 > $1399
Premier: $1579 > $1949
Daily standard automobile parking: $20 > $25
MaxPass ticket upgrade (per day): $10 > $15
MaxPass annual pass upgrade (per year): $75 > $100
“We typically see annual price increases of 3% – 8%. This increase is similar to what we’ve seen in the past,” says Jenny Alley, vice president of product & marketing at Undercover Tourist. “We expect visitor attendance to increase with the promotional ticket offers in the market right now, valid for admission before May 23. The back half of the year should be strong with the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.”
Disneyland Resort tickets may be purchased directly at disneyland.disney.go.com/tickets. Special discounts are currently available for Southern California residents, members of the military, and others. Some third party ticket resellers still have an inventory of tickets at the previous prices, but be aware of expiration dates on any admission you purchase. Promotional tickets are valid through May 23, 2019 with some blockout dates. Non-promotional base and park hopper tickets are valid through January 13, 2020. Visit this Undercover Tourist webpage to see their latest Disneyland offers, with savings of up to $131 per ticket.
These price increases come ahead of the debut of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, which is expected in June. A similar Star Wars land will open in Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios later in the year.
For more information about Galaxy’s Edge, watch these videos: