Going to Disneyland is more expensive with the latest price increase, effective in October of 2022 an effect in 2023. Or at least until the next increase.
So here’s how much it cost to go to Disneyland.
The daily price is $104-179. The price difference involves single-day tickets for certain days. Busy days are the higher rate (usually weekends, holidays, summertime, etc.), while weekdays in the offseason (such as Tuesdays and Wednesdays in February) are the lower price. A two-day ticket is 285. This is an increase of 27% from the previous price of $225.
The Disney Genie+ option, which allows people to get be “next available” for popular rides, including Haunted Mansion, Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run and Space Mountain, is $25 per ticket per day at Disneyland (an increase from its original $20 price tag) and between $15 and $22 at Disney World. These should be purchased in advance.
Parking at Disneyland is $30. Preferred parking in lots closer to the trams is $50, up from $45
Overall, tickets prices increased by 8%. Two months before this increase, the price for season tickets went up by as much as 16%. Multi-day tickets increased from between 9.21% and 11.76%.
This pricing, of course, does not include food & drinks and souvenirs. Disneyland stated that the park has undergone improvements and new rides and attractions have been added such as a parade.
Disneyland Ticket Prices With Increases
• Tier 1: $114, up from from $104
• Tier 2: $129, up from $119
• Tier 3: $144, up from $134
• Tier 4: $159, up from $149
• Tier 5: $169, up from goes from $159
• Tier 6: $179, up from $164
“Park Hopper” Ticket Prices
This allows for access to both Disneyland and adjacent California Adventure.
• Tier 1: $179 up from $164
• Tier 2: $194, up from $179
• Tier 3: $209, up from goes from $194
• Tier 4: $224, up from $209
• Tier 5: $234, up from $219
• Tier 6: $244, up from $224.
The least expensive park-hopper ticket will be $169, a new tier.
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