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Disneyland raises ticket prices. For some, it could cost $200 per day

This is the first time guests would have to pay more than $200 per day

Minnie Mouse entertains visitors at Disneyland, Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015, in Anaheim, Calif.
Minnie Mouse entertains visitors at Disneyland, Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015, in Anaheim, Calif.
Jae C. Hong, Associated Press

Disneyland has raised its ticket prices. Some guests may have to pay more than $200 for the first time in history, according to The Los Angeles Times.

What’s going on?

Disneyland will switch from a three-tier to a five-tier structure with higher prices for Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure Park, according to The Los Angeles Times.

What are the new prices?

  • $104 — One-day tickets on low demand days.
  • $154 — One-day tickets on peak days.
  • $209 — Park Hopper tickets on in-demand dates.
  • $159 — Park Hopper tickets for low demand days.
  • $419 — Southern California Select Pass
  • $1,199 — Signature Annual PASS
  • $1,449 — Signature Plus pass
  • $25 — Cost of parking
  • MaxPasses will increase from $15 to $20.

Some context

  • Disneyland changes its structure every now and again. This isn’t anything new. Prices vary from day to day and week to week, creating some blackout dates, too, according to ABC-7.

What Disney says

  • Disneyland told People magazine: “A visit to our parks is the best value in entertainment bar none, and we offer flexible ticket choices to enable families to choose what’s best for them.”