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Disneyland Resort Increases Prices For Tickets and Annual Passes

Standing in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Park, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and their pals welcome visitors from all over the world. Combining classic favorites and exciting additions, the Disneyland Resort is an essential part of a Southern California vacation. (Joshua Sudock/Disneyland Resort)

Another year, another price increase for tickets and annual passes to the the Disneyland Resort. Last year, was the largest spike in the resorts 64 year history but that was due to the opening of Galaxy’s Edge.

Now as we head into 2020, Avengers Campus the resorts Marvel-themed land is set to debut, and with that comes the increases. Our friend Tiffany Mink broke-down the price increases via Twitter.

Ticket prices increased 3% for the top tier daily admission, up to 5% for parkhopper tickets and as much as 13% for annual passes. The lowest-priced tickets for one-day single park and parkhopper tickets remained unchanged. The resort most expensive ticket now exceeds over $200.

Via: Disneyland Resort

Annual passes are up from 4 percent on the Deluxe Pass to just over 8 percent on the new Flex Pass, which was introduced last May. The Disney Premier Passport, which offers unlimited access to both Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort parks, is now all the way up to $2,119 plus tax, an astounding 13 percent increase.

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Now, that the Walt Disney Company has increased pass prices, do you plan on renewing just in time for Avengers Campus or to even finally get your chance to ride Rise of the Resistance? Let us know your thoughts.

Source: Disneyland Resort

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