Like postage, it seems that once a year, Disney Parks raise their prices and that time has come once again. Here’s their new pricing structure:
Disneyland Resort Ticket Options
Ticket Ages 10+ Ages 3-9 5-Day Park Hopper $300 $279 5-Day 1-Park Per Day $265 $244 4-Day Park Hopper $285 $265 4-Day 1-Park Per Day $250 $230 3-Day Park Hopper $260 $244 3-Day 1-Park Per Day $225 $209 2-Day Park Hopper $210 $197 2-Day 1-Park Per Day $175 $162 1-Day Park Hopper $137 $131 1-Day 1-Park $92 $86
All multi-day tickets expire 13 days after first use.
Disneyland Resort Annual Passports
Premium $669 Deluxe $499 Southern California* $359 Southern California Select* $279 Annual Passport Block-Out Day Ticket $84
*Valid proof of Southern California residency required for purchase and use.
Disney Premier Passport
Disney Premier Passport $979
Theme Park Parking
Auto/ Motorcycle $16 Oversized Vehicles/ Motor Homes/ Tractors w/o Trailers $21 Buses/ Tractor w/ Extended Trailers $26 Annual Passport Parking Pass $139
What do you think about this annual practice? Is the increase of AP events keeping you coming back for more? What about those of you with Premiere passes? $130 is quite the hike but you’re getting unlimited access to the parks for a whole year.
The Disney Parks seem to also continuously push back their 20%-off deals for AP’s and are increasing the frequency and availability for AP exclusive events. Disney seems to stand by their value and they have been feverishly adding new areas and exciting attractions. It seems to be a Catch-22 as well as a probable solution to the saturated AP market. Luckily they have that amazing 0% interest monthly payment plan to keep it manageable.
Will you be renewing your pass this next year or might you consider downgrading or even not renewing? The new prices take effect tomorrow, June 2, 2013. Might be worth a trip to the park just to renew early!