Disneyland has raised ticket prices ahead of the anticipated summer opening of “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.” But let’s be real this is no surprise, the price increase happens every year. Disneyland last raised its prices in February 2018.
The average increase is eight percent.
The one-day adult peak ticket price rose from $135 to $149. while
The price of the one-day regular ticket, which blocks out some dates, rose from $117 to $129.
The price of the one-day value ticket, which blocks out even more dates, rose from $97 to $104.
Select Annual Pass rose from $369 to $399.
Deluxe Annual Pass rose from $729 to $799.
Signature Annual Pass rose from $999 to $1149.
Signature Plus rose from $1149 to $1399.
Premier (Both Disneyland Resort & Walt Disneyland Resort) rose from $1579 to $1949
Increased from $20 to $25 per day.
However if you are planning a trip this year to Disneyland there is a A current offer available. The discounted daily rate is about $70 per day with the purchase of a “3-day, One Park” per day ticket (must be used by May 23, 2019). A park hopper option can be added for an extra $55, bringing the cost to $234 — about $78 per day.
Crowds are expected to grow even more at both Disneyland and Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World when the Star Wars expansion opens this summer for Disneyland and this fall for Disney World at Hollywood Studios. Visitors will be able to visit a14-acre land will be able to drink in the cantina, fly in a Millennium Falcon and see a battle between the Resistance and the First Order. It is going to be out of this world, literally!
As a fan, I know I will continue to renew my pass. Disney is one of my favorite passions and past times so I am willing to pay for it.