Disneyland has raised admission prices for the California theme park just ahead of the opening of ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge,’ the new land coming first to Disneyland this summer, then to Walt Disney World in the fall. For now, the price increase is just for Disneyland California, and not Walt Disney World in Florida.
Single and multi-day ticket prices saw an increase, as well as annual passes. The Disney Premier Passport price increased from $1,579 to $1,949, putting it over $2,000 with tax.
Here is how the daily pass prices have changed:
- 1 Day – Value — now $104, was previously $97
- 1 Day — Regular — now $129, was $117
- 1 Day with Park Hopper – Value — now $154, was $147
- 1 Day — Peak — now $149, was $135
In terms of annual passes, here are the changes:
- Select pass — now $399, was $369
- Deluxe — now $799, was $729
- Signature — now $1149, was $999
- Signature Plus — now $1399, was $1149
- Premiere — now $1949, was $1579
Aside from admission, general parking prices have gone from $20 to $25, and preferred parking is now $40, up from $35.
‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’ will feature attractions including ‘Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run,’ and shops with animatronic shopkeepers that are ready to haggle! The entire park has been designed to make visitors feel like they are on a planet within the ‘Star Wars’ universe. That planet is Batuu, which exists on the outer edge of the galaxy and is important to both the Resistance and The First Order.
‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’ will open its doors this summer. All of you people with money let us plebeians know how it is, okay?!