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Disneyland Resort Raises Ticket Prices and Suspends Sale of Southern California Annual Passport

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20 May 2014 No Comment

sleeping-beauty-castle-at-disneylandThe Disneyland Resort quietly raised ticket prices last weekend, and now a one-day, one-park ticket is $96 for guests ages 10 and older.

This is a $4 price increase for tickets at both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure. The Walt Disney World Resort raised ticket prices earlier this year with a one-day ticket to the Magic Kingdom coming in at $99 before taxes.

Disneyland annual pass prices also increased while Disney suspended the sale of new Southern California annual passports due to crowd levels at the parks. Residents who already have a “SoCal” passport can renew as can guests who had allowed their passes to expire in the last 90 days.

The Southern California passport allowed residents to visit Disneyland on Sundays, which has become a very crowded day at the parks. Another pass – the Southern California Select pass is blocked out on weekends. That pass costs $289 and new purchases are still allowed.

The Deluxe annual pass is also available for $519 but has blackouts on some Saturdays and peak-holiday times, while the Premium pass with no blackout dates is available for $699. This pass may also be suspended at some point in the future according to some reports.

The last time Disney suspended the sale of annual passes was in 2001 when Disney California Adventure opened.

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