Disneyland Resort in California announced it raised its single-day ticket prices by as much as 8% depending on the tier.
The tiers vary by date and have extended to six total as of October 25.
While “Tier 1” Disneyland Resort prices were not raised and remain the same at $106, all the other tiers have increased by $5 to $10, with a new tier priced at $164.
Also increasing are the parking passes, from $25 to $30.
The price tiers are now as follows:
- Tier 1: $104
- Tier 2: From $114 to $119
- Tier 3:From $124 to $134
- Tier 4:From $139 to $149
- Tier 5:From $154 to $159
- New Tier 6: $164
In early August, Disneyland announced it would replace its “Annual Passholder” program with a program called the “Magic Key.” The four-tier passes start at $399 and range all the way up to $1,399. Magic Key pass members still have to make reservations to access the California parks, as has been the case for guests since the parks reopened in April.
The highest priced season pass, called the “Dream Key” sold out, according to the Orange County Register. The Dream Key had no blackout dates, included parking and allowed for up to six reservations at once.
While the Dream Key had no blackout dates, SF Gate reported that passholders of all levels were having difficulty reserving dates, as they were quickly being filled, with the ability to make the reservations up to 90 days in the future.
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