Ticket Prices Increasing at Disneyland

May 20, 2012 by     3 Comments    Posted under: Disney California Adventure, Disneyland, General News

From Erin Glover of the Disney Parks Blog:

 

As we have done in the past, we wanted to give our loyal Disney Parks Blog readers a heads-up that ticket prices at the Disneyland Resort will be increasing, starting on May 20. This summer is one of the most anticipated times in the resort’s history, and a visit to the Disneyland Resort has never been a better value. In the past few years alone, we’ve added new world-class attractions, such as The Little Mermaid ~ Ariel’s Undersea Adventure, “World of Color” and Star Tours: The Adventures Continue. Now, with the expansion of Disney California Adventure park, including the 12-acre Cars LandBuena Vista Street and the Carthay Circle Restaurant, almost complete, there are even more reasons to visit.

And this summer, both parks will open each day at 8 a.m. and offer increased entertainment, giving you and your family more time to stay and play. At Disney California Adventure park, we’re adding an additional showing of “Aladdin – a Musical Spectacular” and Pixar Play Parade will be presented up to twice daily. At Disneyland park, you’ll find more shows and characters at Big Thunder Ranch Jamboree and increased performances at the Tomorrowland Terrace every day of the week, and the singing sensation “Voices of Liberty” performing at the Main Street Opera House.

We’re sharing the details here on the ticket prices, which also include increases to Disneyland Resort Annual Passports. Annual Passholders recognize that their investment pays for itself after just a few visits. Our California-based Annual Passholders have the added benefit and flexibility of a monthly payment program. This year, we’ll continue to offer unique passholder-exclusive entertainment and experiences, along with 10-20% discounts on select food and merchandise. As an example, you already know that Annual Passholders were invited to special viewings to celebrate the 20th anniversary of “Fantasmic!” And later this summer, Passholders also will have early access to the parks through a new Annual Passholder Early Entry program – just for them. Details on this program were announced earlier this week here.

There are other ways to save when you visit. The popular 1-Day Park Hopper Ticket gives guests access to both parks on the same day, or if you are planning on playing with us longer, multi-day tickets also offer a variety of options for you to save on your California vacation. All updated pricing can be found here. The information will also be available at http://disneyland.disney.go.com/tickets on May 20.


3 Comments + Add Comment

  • I agree with having an increase in prices but I believe they were raised too high. Disney definitely deserves more for the things they are making for us to enjoy but Disneyland Resort needs to stay at a reasonable cost so that people that go there to escape the world for a day can still do that. The whole world runs on money these days, we shouldn’t have to pay ridiculous amounts for the things that make us happy.

  • If we already bought 5 days’ worth of Park Hoppers for a trip we’re doing in October (and the tickets are good until the end of December but have to be used within 2 weeks of first use anyway), we won’t have to pay any more, will we? Also, how soon is the October park hours usually posted, if you know?

  • Your tickets will will be good still and you will not have to pay any more.

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