A trip to visit Mickey Mouse got a little more expensive Wednesday, with Disneyland unveiling revamped ticket prices that include increases for all but the days with the lowest demand.
The lowest single-day, one-park ticket will remain at $104 per day, the same price it has been for four years. All other ticket tiers — based on demand — increased by roughly 4% to nearly 9%, with the highest demand days increasing to $194, up from $179.
The cost of Magic Key annual passes also increased, along with the use of the Genie+ in-park app, for which the cost will be at least $30 and ranging upward depending on the day of the visit. The cost of parking also went up, with basic general parking increasing by $5 to $35.
“We are constantly adding new, innovative attractions and entertainment to our parks and, with our broad array of pricing options, the value of a theme park visit is reflected in the unique experiences that only Disney can offer,” a Disneyland representative said in a statement.
Disneyland officials noted that the park recently announced discounted $50 prices for children aged 3-9. Those tickets, which go on sale Oct. 24, are good for any day between Jan. 8, 2024, and March 10, 2024, subject to park reservation availability.
- In announcing that deal, Disney officials offered some tips for saving money, suggesting that visitors:
- plan a visit well in advance to get a better idea of ticket prices and available reservations;
- consider purchasing multi-day tickets, which can lower the per-day cost;
- be on the lookout for seasonal ticket offers;
- bring reusable water bottles and snacks to save on expenses inside the park;
- take alternate transportation to the park to avoid parking costs; and
- explore on- and off-property hotels to find lower-cost accommodation
Source: NBC Los Angeles