Going to Disneyland? Prepare to open your wallet. The price for that inimitable Disney sense of wonder and magic is just became heftier.
Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park are both extraordinarily popular Southern California destinations, but they were never the cheapest places to visit for families or individuals. However, the price of admission has just been increased at the precipice of another busy tourist season.
Disneyland is a particularly popular destination for families with young children – and the one-day price of admission for children has gone up $5 to $86 total. One day admission for those over the age of 10 has also been increased by $5 to $92. Frequent Disney visitors will also feel the sting of this year’s admission hike. The Deluxe Annual Passport, which last year was $469, is currently $499. The Disney Premier Passport is designed true Disney fanatics who plan multiple visits to Disney properties in both California and Florida, and those who are interested in the Disney Premier Passport will now have to shell out $979. This package previously cost $849.
Admission price increases are not infrequent for Disneyland in recent years, with previous increases occurring in 2010, 2011, and 2012.
Like magic, the price to enter Disneyland just went up