Today is apparently the day for Disney Parks to receive their annual ticket hikes.
Last year Walt Disney World got hit with large increases to Annual Passholders and this year it appears to be Disneyland’s turn, but I think the Walt Disney World ones were still steeper last year.
Disney is probably doing this now because Disneyland has Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and will be getting the new Marvel Avengers Campus soon. Those increases we hear about during the earnings calls for guest spending have to come from somewhere right?
The increases For Disneyland tickets
1 Day-1-Park Tickets have increased from $104 (value), $129 (regular), $149 (Peak) to now a Tier system $104 (Tier 1), $114 (Tier 2), $124 (Tier 3), $139 (Tier 4), $154 (Tier 5)
1 Day – Park Hoppers have increased from $154 (value), $179 (regular), $199 (Peak) to Tiers. $159 (Tier 1), $169 (Tier 2), $179 (Tier 3), $194 (Tier 4), $209 (Tier 5)
2-Day Ticket – It was $225 to now $235
2-Day Hopper – It was $280 to now $290
3-Day Ticket – It was $300 to now $310
3-Day Hopper – It was $355 to now $365
4-Day Ticket – It was $325 to now $340
4-Day Hopper – It was $380 to now $395
5-Day Ticket – It was $340 and is now $360
5-Day Hopper– It Was $395 and now it is $415
Annual Passes have also increased.
Select Pass was $399 and it is now $419
Flex Pass was $599 and it is now $649
Deluxe was $799 and it is now $829
Signature was $1149 and it is now $1199
Signature Plus was $1399 and it is now $1449
Premier was $2099 and it is now $2119.
I have to wonder how much more Disney customers will take. I know a lot of people did not renew their Walt Disney World APs after last years huge pricing hikes.
Disney seems to think people are made of money and they keep increasing their prices. Eventually it will get to be too much and people will stop coming.
I hope Disney is prepared for that.
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