Disneyland Ticket Prices Raise Overnight Ahead of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Opening this Year

As Galaxy’s Edge sits on the horizon at the Disneyland Resort, we all recognize that crowds are about to be something, unlike anything we’ve ever seen. Unfortunately, at the Disneyland Resort, that means it’s time to increase ticket and annual passport prices. Here is what ticket booths look like at Disneyland as of today:

Parking

Parking at the Disneyland Resort is now $25

MaxPass

MaxPass- $15

1-Day Tickets

1-Day Value: $104

1-Day Value Park Hopper: $154

1-Day Regular: $129

1-Day Regular Park Hopper $179

1-Day Peak: $149

1-Day Peak Park Hopper: $199

Annual Passports

Disney Southern California Select Passport: $399

Disney Deluxe Passport: $799
Disney Signature Passport: $1,149
Disney Signature Plus Passport: 1,399
Disney Premier Passport: $1,949

While this is an unfortunate reality of being an Annual Passholder at Disneyland, we hope that this helps the crowds at the resort, especially ahead of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge this Summer. Check out our full video about the supply and demand for Disney price hikes below!

What do you hope to see out of Disneyland in 2019? Let us know!

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