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News Disneyland Resort Raises Ticket Prices

Discussion in 'Disneyland Resort News & Rumors' started by Wendy, May 18, 2014.

  1. Wendy
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    Disneyland Resort has raised its ticket prices and a one day, one park ticket at either Disneyland or Disney California Adventure will cost $96 a day.

    Parking at Disneyland has also increased it's parking charges and a car will now cost $17 a day.

    The various ticket prices are:

    • 1 Day 1 Park - $96
    • 1 Day Park Hopper - $150
    • 2 Day 1 Park Per Day - $178
    • 2 Day Park Hopper - $217
    • 3 Day 1 Park Per Day with Magic Morning - $226
    • 3 Day Park Hopper with Magic Morning - $265
    • 4 Day 1 Park Per Day with Magic Morning - $250
    • 4 Day Park Hopper with Magic Morning - $289
    • 5 Day 1 Park Per Day with Magic Morning - $266
    • 5 Day Park Hopper with Magic Morning - $305
    • Southern California Select Annual Passport (170 days) - $289
    • Southern California Annual Passport (215 days) - $379 (not available)
    • Deluxe Annual Passport (315 days) - $519
    • Premium Annual Passport (365 days) - $699
    • Premier Passports (Disneyland and Walt Disney World) - $1029
     
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    I read this morning that they have also suspended the sale of their Southern California annual pass to control the growing crowds. Interesting.
     
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    I think this is the story with Disney everywhere at the moment. They're so oversubscribed that they can actually use the price to control attendance and they've not hit the point yet at which it's actually cutting to the point they want so they keep raising the prices. Great situation to be in for any company.

    I've noticed this trip more than any other prices have gone up not by a few cents but by a few dollars since December 2013.
     
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    At what point does the proverbial camel's back break???
     

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