ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Disneyland ticket prices are - once again - going up.
All price adjustments go into effect Wednesday, and that means visitors will be paying more for Magic Key passes, the Disney Genie+ service and parking. Theme park ticket costs will also see an increase but Disneyland's lowest ticket price will stay at $104.
"We are constantly adding new, innovative attractions and entertainment to our parks and, with our broad array of pricing options, the value of a theme park visit is reflected in the unique experiences that only Disney can offer," said a Disney spokesperson.
Disneyland still has its 6-tier ticket-buying process and the resort's starting price for a single-day, single-park ticket has remained unchanged since 2019 at $104. Most of the tiers are seeing between $5 to $15 increases.
You can still choose from single or multi-day tickets (with or without park hopping) within the tiered ticketing structure. Before, a single-day, single-park ticket in the most expensive tier (6) would cost you $179. Now, you'll be paying $194.
Earlier this month, Disneyland introduced a special child ticket offer in which kids can enter the park for as low as $50. That offer will be available for purchase on Oct. 24.
This will cost you more as well but only for multi-day tickets. A Park Hopper add-on, which allows you to enter the second park after 11 a.m., is still $65 for single-day tickets.
For 2-day tickets, a Park Hopper add-on is now $65 as opposed to $60. For 3-day tickets, it's $70.
Each pass type - which includes the Inspire, Believe, Enchant and Imagine passes - will see a price hike.
The Imagine pass, the least expensive, saw a $50 increase for a total of $499. The Enchant pass went from $699 to $849 and the Believe pass went from $1,099 to $1,249. The Inspire pass, the most expensive, also saw a $50 increase for a total of $1,649.
Disneyland Resort is also introducing Magic Key Extras Unlocked, which is being described as a new, easy way to discover extras and experiences that are part of the Magic Key community.
This includes a preview of a Disney PhotoPass Magic Shot, a complimentary holiday tote bag coming in November (while supplies last), and a new Magic Key popcorn bucket - with $1.75 refills for a limited time - available for purchase starting in January, also while supplies last.
Regular parking is going up $5, meaning you'll be paying $35. Preferred parking will now be $55.
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