Disneyland Ticket Pricing Breakdown

by on February 12, 2017 1 Comment

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It’s that time again. Time for the annual Disneyland ticket price increase.

Last year, Disneyland introduced seasonal pricing. That continues going forward and means that each month is divided into being either a value, regular, or peak day. The new system will work as follows: If you’re visiting in September, you’ll pay value pricing. If you want to visit around the holiday week of Christmas and New Year’s, you pay peak pricing.

Seasonal pricing only impact 1 day tickets. Those who purchase multi-day tickets will not see seasonal pricing.

Here’s what this all means for Disneyland tickets:

 

 Disneyland Resort 1-Day 1-Park Tickets Main Entrance Price Ages 10 & Up Ages 3 – 9
Value Ticket
A 1-Day Value Ticket is valid for one admission to one theme park on any Value season date.
$97 $91
Regular Ticket
A 1-Day Regular Ticket is valid for one admission to one theme park on any Regular or Value season date.
$110 $104
Peak Ticket
A 1-Day Peak Ticket is valid for one admission to one theme park on any Peak, Regular or Value season date.
$124 $118

1-Day Peak, Regular and Value tickets must be used by December 31, 2018, but the amount paid for an unused, expired ticket may be applied towards the purchase of a new ticket at the current price, so long as the new ticket purchase price is equal to or greater than the amount paid for the original ticket.

Peak, Regular and Value dates continue to be added to the calendar from time to time, so you’ll need to check dates often. The dates assigned to each of these seasons and the number of days in each of these seasons may change from year to year. Visit disneyticketcalendar.com to view value, regular and peak dates for 1-day tickets.

 

Disneyland Resort 1-Day Park Hopper Tickets Main Entrance Price Ages 10 & Up Ages 3 – 9
Park Hopper – Value Ticket
A 1-Day Park Hopper Value Ticket is valid for same-day admission to both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park on any Value season date.
$157 $151
Park Hopper – Regular Ticket
A 1-Day Park Hopper Regular Ticket is valid for same-day admission to both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park on any Regular or Value season date.
$165 $159
Park Hopper – Peak Ticket
A 1-Day Park Hopper Peak Ticket is valid for same-day admission to both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park. theme park on any Peak, Regular or Value season date.
$174 $168

 

Multi-day park ticket pricing has increased as well and is as follows:

 

Disneyland Resort Multi-Day 1 Park per Day Tickets Main Entrance Price Ages 10 & Up Ages 3 – 9
2-Day Disneyland Resort Ticket
(1 Park per day)
$199 $187
3-Day Disneyland Resort Ticket
(1 Park per day)
$270 $258
4-Day Disneyland Resort Ticket
(1 Park per day)
$290 $275
5-Day Disneyland Resort Ticket
(1 Park per day)
$305 $290

 

Disneyland Resort Multi-Day Park Hopper Tickets Main Entrance Price Ages 10 & Up Ages 3 – 9
2-Day Park Hopper Ticket $244 $232
3-Day Park Hopper Ticket $315 $303
4-Day Park Hopper Ticket $335 $320
5-Day Park Hopper Ticket $350 $335

 

  • Valid for same-day entry into both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park
  • 3-Day or longer Disneyland Resort Park Hopper tickets include one Magic Morning admission into selected attractions at a designated Disneyland Resort Theme Park one hour before general park opening
  • Tickets expire 13 days after first use or January 13, 2019, whichever occurs first.

If you’re looking for Disneyland tickets, remember that our Disneyland Ticket Price Comparison page can help you find the least expensive tickets for your particular needs.  Sometimes when Disney increases ticket prices, third-party resellers continue to sell their “old stock” of tickets at the old prices while supplies last, so you may be able to snag some lower priced tickets if you act soon!

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Posted on February 12, 2017

One Response to “Disneyland Ticket Pricing Breakdown”

  • These things get increasingly complicated. Not sure if this is new this year, but I noticed that in value season it is cheaper to buy two one-days than one two-day.