ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Disneyland Resort has raised prices on all single-day and multi-day tickets ahead of the summer opening of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.
- Disneyland raises prices on all tickets, annual passes
- Cheapest single-day ticket now over $100
- 1-day, 1-park "value" ticket cost $104, up from $97
Starting Sunday, a one-day, one-park ticket for Disneyland or California Adventure Park now costs $104, up from $97 for "value" days. A "regular" ticket is $129, up from $117, while a "peak" ticket is $149, up from $135.
Single-day Park Hopper tickets, which include admission to both parks on the same day, also increased. A "value" Park Hopper ticket now cost $154, up from $147, while a "regular" Park Hopper and "peak" Park Hopper cost $179 and $199, respectively.
The increases also affected annual passes.
The lowest-priced pass, the SoCal Select Passport now costs $399, up from $369. The pass includes the most blockout dates, including weekends and most of the summer months. The Deluxe Passport is now $799, up from $729. The Premier Passport, which includes parking and no blockout dates and admission to Disney World, costs $1,949, up from $1,579.
The latest increase come less than a year after the resort's last major price hike.
Disneyland occassionally offers discounts to Southern California residents during non-peak seasons. A three-day ticket deal will be available starting January 7.