Disneyland and adjoining California Adventure Park raised most daily ticket prices Monday and are taking on a much greater cost to visit on the most well known days of the year, like Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
Daily ticket prices are hopping 3% to 8%, with standard daily parking rates increasing 20%. The parks last raised ticket prices by as much as 5% in February of 2020 — presently before the parks shut for quite a long time because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
To oversee swarms, the park took on a five-layered valuing plan in 2016 that charges more for quite a long time when request is most noteworthy and less on sluggish days. The price for most reduced interest days — like Tuesdays and Wednesdays in late January — stays unaltered at $104. However, prices have expanded for the four different levels, and the hotel added a greatest cost 6th level, $164 for a one-day visit to a solitary park on the most popularity days of the year, including select ends of the week, holidays and spring break.
The past highest one-day, one-park ticket was $154.