California’s Disneyland Resort has raised its prices on all single-day and multi-day tickets, with some costs increasing by as much as 25 per cent.
The hikes, which come ahead of the summer opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, come less than a year after the resort boosted ticket prices by 18 per cent.
The cheapest single-day ticket will now cost more than $100, with a one-day, one-park ticket for Disneyland or California Adventure Park now costing $104 (£82/€91), up from $97 for ‘value’ days.
A ‘regular’ ticket is $129, up from $117, while a ‘peak’ ticket is $149, up from $135.
Annual passes have also been affected with the lowest-price pass, the SoCal Select Passport, now up to $399 from $369.
The Deluxe Pass, which includes admission to both parks on select days, has gone up from $729 to $799. While the most expensive pass, which includes parking, access to both parks and no block-out days, increased by 23.4 per cent from $1,579 to $1,949.