Much like its sister resort, Disneyland Resort is also seeing an increase in ticket prices starting June 2.
According to Disney, the pricing structure will be as follows:
|Ticket||Ages 10+||Ages 3-9|
|5-Day Park Hopper||$300||$279|
|5-Day 1-Park Per Day||$265||$244|
|4-Day Park Hopper||$285||$265|
|4-Day 1-Park Per Day||$250||$230|
|3-Day Park Hopper||$260||$244|
|3-Day 1-Park Per Day||$225||$209|
|2-Day Park Hopper||$210||$197|
|2-Day 1-Park Per Day||$175||$162|
|1-Day Park Hopper||$137||$131|
*multi-day tickets expire 13 days after first use
In addition, Annual Passports have increased in price. Here is a look at those prices:
|Southern California Select||$279|
|Annual Passport Block-Out Day Ticket||$84|
For those looking to buy the Disney Premier Passport (which gets you access to both Disneyland and Walt Disney World) it will now cost $979.
Parking will cost $16.
If you are headed to Disneyland this summer, you should consider purchasing your tickets before then to get the cheaper cost.