Disneyland Price Increase

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With the new pricing increases, how will your visits change in the future?

I will go less
2
17%
I will go more
1
8%
I will go the same amount of times
9
75%
I will stop going
0
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Total votes: 12
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Disneyland Price Increase

Post by Tage » Tue Jan 08, 2019 11:55 am

Ticket & SeasonAdult One-Park Adult Park Hopper Child One-Park Child Park Hopper
One Day – Value ($7 increase) $104 $154 $98 $148
One Day – Regular ($12 increase) $129 $172 $122 $172
One Day – Peak ($14 increase) $149 $199 $141 $191
Two Day ($12 increase) $225 $280 $210 $265
Three Day (increase varies) $300 (up $20) $355 (up $25) $280 (up $16) $335 (up $21)
Four Day (increase varies) $325 (up $20) $380 (up $25) $309 (up $18) $360 (up $23)
Five Day (increase varies) $340 (up $20) $395 (up $25) $320 (up $19) $375 (up $24)

Annual Passes

SoCal Select – $399 ($30 increase, up from $369)
SoCal – $599 ($40 increase, up from $549. Available upon renewal only to current holders of this pass type; no new sales permitted.
Deluxe – $799 ($70 increase, up from $729).
Signature – $1,149 ($150 increase, up from $999)
Signature Plus – $1,399 ($250 increase, up from $1,149)
Premiere – $1,949 ($370 increase, up from $1,579)

In addition, the parking add-on is now $249, an increase of $30, from $219. Available upon renewal only to current passholders who had previously purchased this add-on. No new sales permitted.

MaxPass

One-day – $15 ($5 increase, up from $10)
Annual passport add-on – $100 ($25 increase, up from $75)

Parking

Theme park auto/motorcycle – $25 ($5 increase, up from $20)
Theme park RV/oversized vehicle – $30 ($5 increase, up from $25)
Theme park bus/tractor trailer – $35 ($5 increase, up from $30)

Disneyland Resort Hotel Parking

Hotel guest self-park for autos – $25 ($5 increase, up from $20)
Hotel guest self-park for oversized vehicles – $30 ($5 increase, up from $25)
Hotel guest valet – $35 ($5 increase, up from $30)
Standard self-park for autos – $25 first hour (up from $20), $10 each additional hour; $65 daily maximum (up from $60)
Standard self-park for oversized vehicles – $30 first hour (up from $25), $10 each additional hour; $70 daily maximum (up from $60)
Standard valet – $35 first hour (up from $30), $10 each additional hour; $105 daily maximum (up from $100)
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Re: Disneyland Price Increase

Post by DebraB » Tue Jan 08, 2019 11:13 pm

I'm not sure how I should answer this. We were actually saving up for Premier Passes starting in September, but now I think we'll do consecutive APs at Disneyland and then Disney World instead of concurrent with the Premier. One factor was the price increase ($370*3+tax=ouch!), but the other was trying to squeeze enough trips into school breaks since the kids are starting to get nervous about missed work at school. I don't mind taking them out, but now they mind.
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Re: Disneyland Price Increase

Post by Tage » Wed Jan 09, 2019 10:17 am

DebraB wrote:
Tue Jan 08, 2019 11:13 pm
I don't mind taking them out, but now they mind.
Who are these kids? :o
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Re: Disneyland Price Increase

Post by Kroessner » Fri Jan 11, 2019 1:51 pm

I feel like it's just a way of life, and you pay a premium price for the premium experience that Disney provides. I certainly wish it was cheaper so we could go more often, but I also wish that the local hotels weren't so expensive (I feel like most of the closest good neighbor hotels are waaay overpriced for what you get!) It's not something that I personally spend a lot of energy being upset about- just gotta adjust the budget!
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Re: Disneyland Price Increase

Post by Tage » Fri Jan 11, 2019 4:01 pm

Kroessner wrote:
Fri Jan 11, 2019 1:51 pm
It's not something that I personally spend a lot of energy being upset about- just gotta adjust the budget!
I feel like a lot of people are probably looking at it this way.
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Re: Disneyland Price Increase

Post by DebraB » Fri Jan 18, 2019 10:51 am

Tage wrote:
Wed Jan 09, 2019 10:17 am
DebraB wrote:
Tue Jan 08, 2019 11:13 pm
I don't mind taking them out, but now they mind.
Who are these kids? :o
Right?! I took days off left and right when I was a kid. They just don't want to have to make up the work they missed all at once, I guess. And, I think their teachers make them feel guilty.
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Re: Disneyland Price Increase

Post by chrysanthe » Tue Jan 29, 2019 3:55 am

As an annual passholder, the price increase makes me want to go even more. And goodness am I glad that I renewed my pass early, on Christmas Day! Just a couple weeks later and it would’ve been $250 more... I upgraded on Xmas from Signature to Signature Plus, and it looks like even with the price increase, I’d only need to go about 8 times in the year to break even. For a SoCal resident who drives everywhere, the free parking is no small matter either. It’s actually the main reason I go for the higher passes with parking included! If I had a pass but had to pay for parking every time, I know I would go far less: $25 a pop for parking hurts! — especially when going for just a half day, like many of us passholders do. Having maxpass included adds up as well, as do the 20% food and merch discounts...
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