Disneyland Increases Ticket Prices and MaxPass, Introduces Tiers for 1-Day Tickets
Unfortunately, it’s that time of the year again. Overnight, Disney increased most of their ticket prices and even introduced new tiers for 1-day tickets. If there is a silver lining though, this year’s increase is not as big as last years when prices increase over 10%.
Change in 1-Day Ticket Tiers
Previously, Disneyland offered three categories for 1-day tickets: Value, Regular, and Peak. As of today, they have moved away from those tiers and now pricing is broken down into tiers 1 to 5.
New Disneyland Ticket Pricing
Here is a breakdown for Disneyland’s new ticket pricing that was just rolled out today, Tuesday, February 11:
- 1-Day Base Ticket: Now $104, $114, $124, $139, and $154 for Tiers 1 to 5. This is up from $104, $129, and $149 for Value, Regular, and Peak tickets.
- 1-Day Park Hopper: Now $159, $169, $179, $194, and $209 for Tiers 1 to 5. This is up from $154, $179, and $199 for Value, Regular, and Peak tickets.
- 2-Day Base Ticket: Now $235 which is up from $225
- 2-Day Park Hopper: Now $290 which is up from $280
- 3-Day Base Ticket: Now $310 which is up from $300
- 3-Day Park Hopper: Now $365 which is up from $355
- 4-Day Base Ticket: Now $340 which is up from $325
- 4-Day Park Hopper: Now $395 which is up from $380
- 5-Day Base Ticket: Now $360 which is up from $340
- 5-Day Park Hopper: Now $415 which is up from $395
Today’s Disneyland ticket price increase appears to be anywhere from 3 to just under 6% depending on the ticket.
Disneyland Annual Pass Price Increases
In addition, the price on Disney Annual Prices has also increased. The new prices are as follows:
- Select Pass: Now $419 which is up from $399
- Flex Pass: Now $649 which is up from $599
- Deluxe Pass: Now $829 which is up from $799
- Signature Pass: Now $1199 which is up from $1149
- Signature Plus Pass: Now $1449 which is up from $1399
- Premier Passport: $2119 which is up from $2099
Disneyland MaxPass Increase
The popular MaxPass option that can be added to your Disneyland tickets has also experienced a price increase. This option will now cost you $20 per person, per day which is up from $15 per person, per day.
Change in Disneyland’s Expiration Dates of Tickets
Finally, Disneyland has changed their terms for when tickets will expire. Multi-day tickets that are purchased this year are required to be used within 13 days of first use or by January 12, 2022 or whichever occurs first. Previously, the expiration date was January 12, 2021.
Disneyland isn’t the only Disney Destination that has seen a price increase. As of this morning, Walt Disney World also increased their prices on Annual Passes.
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