Disneyland and Disney World visitors can expect to pay more for tiered tickets and parking as the popular theme parks have confirmed price increases. The cost for tickets at Disneyland has seen a significant rise, with the price of a ticket on the busiest days increasing by over 8% to $194. Furthermore, a five-day ticket has climbed nearly 16% to $480. However, the cost for the lowest-tier single-day ticket remains unchanged at $104.
In order to provide more flexibility and options for visitors, Disneyland has implemented tiered pricing for its packages, resulting in price increases ranging from $5 to $15. Additionally, prices for Disneyland’s Magic Key annual pass, Park Hopper add-ons, and parking have also seen an uptick.
Meanwhile, Disney World in Florida has kept the cost of a one-day, one-park ticket at $109, but annual passes and parking prices have gone up. These price increases went into effect on Wednesday.
In some positive news for park-goers, Walt Disney World Resort has announced that starting January 9, all-day park hopper access will be reinstated. This allows visitors to seamlessly move between different parks within the same day. Additionally, Disneyland Resort is enhancing its offerings by adding two family-friendly rides to the Disney Genie+ bundle. Furthermore, Disneyland is extending the theme park reservation calendar booking window to 120 days, giving guests the opportunity to plan their visits well in advance.
With all these changes taking place, visitors can expect a more customized experience, albeit at a slightly higher cost. The new prices will help meet the growing demands of visitors while also allowing the parks to continue providing top-notch entertainment and attractions.
As the world slowly emerges from the pandemic and people are eager to enjoy recreational activities, these updates from Disneyland and Disney World demonstrate their commitment to meeting guests’ expectations and maintaining their status as premier destinations for family-friendly fun.
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