Disneyland Raises Ticket Prices, Is Disney World Next?

I was just saying to my husband last night, “Wow, Disney hasn’t raised prices yet for this year.” I spoke too soon.

Over night, Disneyland raised prices on park tickets and annual passes. The increases we’re seeing are anywhere from 3-5%.

The Value, Regular, and Peak pricing are gone and we have tiers, 5 tiers in total. The lowest 1-day 1-park adult ticket remains at $104, while the highest price ticket sold on the parks’ busiest days went from $149 to $154.

Adult 1-day 1-park tickets are now:

  • Tier 1 – $104
  • Tier 2 – $114
  • Tier 3 – $124
  • Tier 4 – $139
  • Tier 5 – $154

The lowest priced 1-day park hopper went from $154 to $159, with the highest priced up from $199 to $209.

The Tier schedule for adult 1-day park hoppers are now:

  • Tier 1 – $159
  • Tier 2 – $169
  • Tier 3 – $179
  • Tier 4 – $194
  • Tier 5 – $209

Tickets for a longer stay period also saw price increases:

2 Day: 1-park – $235, Park Hopper – $290

3 Day: 1-park – $310, Park Hopper – $365

4 Day: 1-park – $340, Park Hopper – $395

5 Day: 1-park $360, Park Hopper $415

Annual Passholders also woke up to a price increase. The new Flex Annual Passport and the Premier Annual Passport both increasing over 8%. Flex was $599 and went to $649, Premier Pass (which is good at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World) is now $2,119.

SoCal Select is now $419, Deluxe is $829, Signature is $1,199, and Signature Plus is $1,449.

All ticket changes are effective today, February 11, 2020. Many are saying the price increase comes on the heels of everything happening with the Avengers Campus. Do you think Disney World is next?

Kristi is the Media and PR Director for The Kingdom Insider. She's a lifelong Disney fan and grew up spending her family vacations at the Happiest Place on Earth. She resides in Florida with her husband and two boys, ages 4 and 6.