With the 60th Disneyland Anniversary celebration starting in a few months many have been wondering if Disneyland would raise ticket prices. Today Disneyland confirmed that effective tomorrow they would be raising ticket prices for Disneyland and California Adventure. An adult 1-Day be $99 (previously $96) and a children’s 3-9 year old 1-Day will be $93 (previously $90) and a 1-Day hopper will be $56 (previously $54).
Also Disneyland confirmed Premium annual passes which include parking and have no blockout will be $779 an $80 increase over the 2014 pricing. It is also being reported the Annual Pass Parking add-on which has been an option for non Premium Annual Passholders will be eliminated.
Confirmed information on price increases for multi-day tickets and other Annual Passes like the SoCal Select, SoCal Passport (which can only be renewed as it was eliminated in 2014 for new purchase) and the Deluxe Annual Pass have not yet been released.
Disneyland’s last ticket increase was May 2014.
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