SALT LAKE CITY — Daily ticket prices for Disneyland are set to rise ahead of the opening of the new “Star Wars” theme park.
What’s going on: On Sunday, Disneyland raised its prices for annual passes, tickets and parking passes up to 25 percent, The Los Angeles Times reported.
Here’s a breakdown of the new price model for one-park tickets:
- One-park ticket for peak demand days: $149 (previously $135)
- One-park ticket for regular-demand days: $129 (previously $117)
- One-park ticket for low-demand days: $104 (previously $97)
Prices for the Disney Premier Passport, which offers discounts, parking and admission to the Walt Disney World Park, jumped as well.
- It will now cost $1,949 (previously $1,579). With tax, that could cost more than $2,000.
Why?: A Disneyland spokeswoman said the resort offers different tickets to help with park demand, Fox Business reported.
As I reported before, the park has seen so much increased attendance that it has eliminated benches and chairs.
Flashback: Disneyland raised prices by up to 18 percent last year, The Associated Press reported.