Disneyland visitors won’t be saving much bank now that Disney has once again raised the cost of admission. Today the price of a one-day, one park ticket for visitors 10 years and older increased $4 to $96, with the cost of a Disneyland/California Adventures Park-Hopper shooting up to $150 from $137 for adults. Disney also bumped up prices for SoCal Select (+$10 to $289), Deluxe (+$20 to $519), Premium (+$30 to $699), and Premier (+$50 to $1,029) passes. To control swelling crowds the company has suspended new sales of its SoCal Annual Passport which allows local weekend access, although current SoCal pass holders and those whose passes expired in the last three months may still renew. “Like any business, we periodically evaluate our pricing and make adjustments based on a variety of factors,” said Media Relations Director Suzi Brown. “A ticket to our theme parks represents a great value, particularly when you look at the breadth and quality of attractions and entertainment we offer and the special moments guests experience with our cast…Due to the popularity of our Annual Pass Program — and to preserve the Guest experience for our Annual Passholders and all Guests — future sales of all Annual Passes will be subject to availability.” Around this time last year Disney hiked ticket prices to its California and Florida parks.
Disneyland Raises Ticket Prices – Again – And Suspends SoCal Pass Sales
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