Published: Wed, February 12, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

New Disney Ticket Price Hikes Now in Effect

New Disney Ticket Price Hikes Now in Effect

A day at either park is one of the most incredible-or magical, if you want to use Disney's own words-experiences you can have at any age.

To find out how the price increases will impact you, we recommend talking to a travel agent before you decide the exact dates for your travel.

Prices will also go up for Disney's MaxPass, a service that allows visitors to book timed entry to some of the most popular rides in advance to avoid long lines. The park has raised the prices on their annual passes.

Pricing for tickets to Disneyland can be found on the Disneyland ticketing page. Low-demand days will see Park Hoppers increase from $154 to $159.

For Disneyland, the most expensive one-day park hopper ticket will cost over $200 for the first time ever. MaxPass now includes 20 rides and attractions.

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The O.C. Register points out that a one-day ticket to Disneyland has tripled in price since 2000, from $43 to the current $154 for peak days. For the lowest-demand days - such as Tuesdays and Wednesdays in March - a one-day ticket to visit either Disneyland or Disney's neighboring California Adventure Park stayed unchanged at $104. Not factoring in any extras you may purchase in the park.

This hike follows a more than 10% ticket price hike in 2019, according to Walt Disney World News Today. The price of a one-day ticket rose as much as 7% previous year, following an increase in 2018 of up to 18%.

With mini-reviews of every single restaurant, bar, lounge, kiosk and more; an entire chapter on the best snacks in Disney World; full Disney Dining Plan analysis (and how to get FREE dining); and a full chapter on discounts and deals; you'll have everything you need to plan your best vacation yet.

It would seem like, eventually, these increases would eventually cause a significant portion of guests to pull back, and when that finally happens, we'll stop seeing these regular price increases, but who knows when that will actually happen.

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