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Disneyland Ticket Prices

Hi everyone! Today I have some information about the ticket prices at Disneyland! So, let’s get started, shall we?! So, Disneyland has raised the ticket prices once again, making it more expensive for guests to pay up for. This is the fifth time in five years that Disneyland has done this. A one-day ticket will run between $104 to $164, depending on demand for that day. The weekends and holidays tend to cost more. The new pricing takes effect in March 2022. Disneyland raised its prices in February 2020, just before the pandemic. Ticket prices for Disneyland and Disney California Adventure increased an average of 6% on Monday, Oct. 25 with some single-park, park hopper and multi-day tickets climbing more than 8%. The lowest-priced one-day single park ticket remained unchanged from 2019 at $104. A sixth tier was added to Disneyland’s former five-tier pricing system — raising the top price for a single-day, single park ticket from $154 to $164 and the most expensive park hopper ticket from $209 to $224. Park hopper tickets rose 3.1% to 8.4%: Tier 1 ($164), Tier 2 ($179), Tier 3 ($194), Tier 4 ($209), Tier 5 ($219) and Tier 6 ($224). Park hopper tickets provide admission to both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure on the same day. Multi-day tickets saw similar spikes. Two-day, one-park tickets rose to $255 (from $235) while two-day park hoppers climbed to $315 (from $290). Three-day tickets now cost $330 for single park per day access and $390 for the park hopper. Multi-day tickets saw similar spikes. Two-day, one-park tickets rose to $255 (from $235) while two-day park hoppers climbed to $315 (from $290). Three-day tickets now cost $330 for single park per day access and $390 for the park hopper. The daily theme park parking rates also rose from $25 to $30. Self-parking at the Disneyland resort’s three hotels also climbed from $25 to $40. Hotel valet parking jumped from $35 to $50. Disneyland did not raise ticket prices when the Anaheim theme parks reopened April 30 after a 412-day coronavirus closure. Disneyland last raised ticket and annual pass prices in February 2020. Disneyland did not raise ticket prices when the Anaheim theme parks reopened April 30 after a 412-day coronavirus closure. Disneyland last raised ticket and annual pass prices in February 2020. Starting in 2016, Disneyland switched to a demand-based pricing system with tickets divided into “value,” “regular” and “peak” days. Disneyland moved from a three-tier to a five-tier pricing system in 2020. The new Tier 1-6 system moves Disney closer to a dynamic pricing model designed to spread visitors throughout the year — away from busier days during the peak season to slower days in the off season. The Disney parks will employ the Tier 1 pricing on the slowest days of the year and Tier 6 pricing on the busiest days. Since 2000, the price of admission to Disneyland has nearly quadrupled from $43 to $164, the new single-day ticket price on the park’s busiest days.

So, I know that some Disneyland fans are not happy about the price increase, but they have to do it every year to make some money. It will be interesting to see the new effect of the ticket increases in March 2022 next year. This news came out of what I looked at today.

So, what do you guys think about the information about the ticket price increase?! I would love to hear lots of comments, thoughts, opinions, questions, or concerns down below!

Stay tuned for Disneyland updates.

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