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Ticket Prices at Disneyland On The Rise Again

Photo displaying Main Street at Disneyland.
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Photo displaying Main Street at Disneyland.

Disneyland announced that it would be increasing its prices for the fifth time in almost five years on Oct. 25.

The park is adding a sixth tier to its buying process, which means on a high-demand day, a one-day single park visit will cost you $164 and $224 for a park hopper pass. Main lot parking will also cost you more, at $30 a day.

According to SFGate, in 2000, a single-day Disneyland ticket would have only cost you $41. A 300% increase in 21 years.

Despite the top-tier increase, the lowest in-demand days will remain the same price at $104 a day for a single park.

Jonathan Linden was a reporter at 91.9 KVCR in San Bernardino, California. He joined KVCR in July 2021 and served with the station till October 2022.