Disneyland Prices Increase Ahead of 60th Anniversary Celebration

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The Disneyland Resort is raising prices ahead of its 60th Anniversary Diamond Celebration. The Orange County Register broke the news on twitter this morning.

According to the Orange County Register, beginning this Sunday, ticket prices are said to increase. In addition, the Walt Disney World Resort is also said to increase ticket prices as well. Let’s take a look at the price changes for the Disneyland Resort.

For one-day adult ticket prices for either Disneyland Park or Disney California Adventure Park, the price will increase from $96 to $99. One-day park hopper add-ons will increase by two dollars to $56. As for children, between ages 3-9, one-day tickets will increase from $90 to $93.

Annual Passports will also see an increase of prices. It has been noted that there will no longer be an option to add on parking to an Annual Passes. Parking will only be available on the Premium Annual Pass. Premium Annual Passes will increase from $699 to $779. That being a total of an 11 percent increase. Deluxe Annual Passes will increase to $549 and SoCal Select will increase to $299. As for Premiere Annual Pass, which includes access to parks at the Walt Disney World Resort and the Disneyland Resort, the new price comes to $1099.

In a statement by the Disneyland Resort, Betsy Sanchez said, “A day at a Disney Park is unlike any other in the world, and there is strong demand for our attractions and entertainment. We continually add new experiences, and many of our guests select multi-day tickets or annual passes, which provide a great value and additional savings.”

With this breaking news of ticket price increases and the 60th Anniversary Diamond Celebration of the Disneyland Resort on the horizon, what are your thoughts?

Mr. DAPs contributed to this report

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amandaalva

Hello there, my name is Amanda Alva and I love all things Disney. Here on DAPs Magic I enjoy sharing tips on Disney Parks dining, Disney news and so much more. In addition to writing, I contribute to the DAPs Magic Instagram account. See you in the parks!
amandaalva

amandaalva

Hello there, my name is Amanda Alva and I love all things Disney. Here on DAPs Magic I enjoy sharing tips on Disney Parks dining, Disney news and so much more. In addition to writing, I contribute to the DAPs Magic Instagram account. See you in the parks!

6 thoughts on “Disneyland Prices Increase Ahead of 60th Anniversary Celebration

  • February 21, 2015 at 11:37 am
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    what are the rest of the price breakdowns for multi-day tickets?

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  • February 21, 2015 at 12:00 pm
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    Why do bad things happen

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  • February 21, 2015 at 12:57 pm
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    Every year the price increase comes, and every year the internet blows up in a fury of rants and raves. People incessantly scream about unaffordability and how they’re never going to step foot in a Disney park again. Yet, as inevitable as the increase itself, the people keep going to the parks. Is a visit to the parks expensive? Obviously, and nobody likes paying more for something that was cheaper the day before, but it’s not as earth-shattering as the internet echo chamber would have you believe. The fact is that prices at the parks are comparable to other entertainment and recreation. Look at the price of a Broadway-caliber show, lift tickets in the Rockies, and tickets to an NFL game, just to name a few. The price per hour of going to a Disney park is just as low, if not lower than those. I think people need to get beyond the headlines and look at the big picture: Prices go up. That goes for Disney as well.

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  • February 21, 2015 at 8:01 pm
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    We use to do the annual pass as did our daughters family. We went all throughout the year on a whim. We are no longer pass holders and with the crowds being as they are the last few times we went we found we were only able to ride maybe 5 or 6 rides in a 12 hour day.

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  • February 22, 2015 at 5:11 pm
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    Supply and demand.

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  • February 22, 2015 at 6:33 pm
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    Totally OK with it. Still a great value. My closest movie theater is up to $13.50 for a two-hour movie. At that rate a full, on-season day at DLP should cost $108. There are ways to save. I save about $15 a trip using my stainless Mickey water container and refilling at the fountains. We buy a big, high-protein breakfast a late, afternoon salad dinner and stay clear of the snack carts. I would love it more if they would put Ragtime Michael back at the Coke Corner and bring back the Billys, but it’s not like there’s nothing to do there.

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