Published: Tue, January 08, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Disneyland California raises entry prices to US$150 per day

Disneyland California raises entry prices to US$150 per day

Overall, ticket prices increased an average of 8%, the Orange County Register reports, and since 2000, the price of admission to Disneyland has more than tripled.

Disneyland announced it's significantly hiking its already steep ticket prices once again, this time as it prepares to open its eagerly anticipated Star Wars expansion.

It will now cost $1,949 (previously $1,579).

A single-day ticket for Disneyland or California Adventure park goes from $97 to $104 for so-called low-demand days.

For the more in-demand times of the year, a person could drop $150 or more on a ticket, depending on whether they're just going for a day or seeking annual passes - the latter can really break the bank if you catch our drift. Peak demand days will go from $135 to $149.

The most expensive pass, which includes parking, access to both parks and no block-out days, rose from $1,579 to $1,949, a 23.4 percent increase.

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"We continue to provide our guests with a variety of ticket offerings to meet their needs, while helping us to spread visitation, better manage demand and deliver a great experience", Disneyland spokesperson Liz Jaeger told the OC Register. Daily parking will increase by 25% to $25.

Of course, none of those prices include the cost of Mickey ears, ice cream cones and other items that make a day at Disney complete.

The 14-acre expansion will lay host to two new attractions, with one ride allowing visitors to channel their inner Han Solo and pilot the iconic Millennium Falcon spaceship, battling an Imperial fleet.

Sorry, Disneyland fans, prices are increasing.

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