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ANAHEIM, Calif. – A week before the Memorial Day weekend, Disneyland raised its entry prices without notice Sunday.


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Walt Disney Co. raised the price of a single-day ticket to either Disneyland Park or Disney California Adventure Park in Anaheim for a visitor 10 or older to $96, up from $92, a 4 percent increase, according to the Los Angeles Times. The park increased prices by 4 percent in June of last year.

The prices went into effect at midnight, Saturday night.

The price for parking also rose from $16 to $17.

Disneyland executives have increased the prices every year since 2010. If they decide to increase them again next year at a 4 percent rate, it’ll reach the $100-per-ticket mark.


  • Who_Cares

    Who cares if the "Evil Kingdom" raises their prices? Haven't been there since early '80s and have no intention of ever going. I will not contribute to those bastards selling smoke and mirrors to children. $96? hahaha – really couldn't care less. Eventually they'll price themselves into extinction. Good riddance.

  • Evdard

    "a 4 percent increase, according to the Los Angeles Times. "

    Correction that is a 4.2% or 4.16….% increase.

  • Bonnie

    I feel sorry for the young families who, for the longest time, have not been able to visit Disneyland due to the price of tickets, parking, souveniers (sp?), eats, etc.

  • bruce

    Haven't been there since the 80's. Waited 50 minutes for a 3 minute ride. I was ten at the time, and vowed never to come back, put off by the phoniness of everything, especially when I noticed Snow white has a zit.
    More seriously, almost $100 for a family of 5, plus $17 for parking and $3 for an 8 ounce soda, no thanks.

  • Mikey Angelo

    Greedy bastards! And they know people will pay it. Especially the Asian tourists with their cameras.

    You could charge $1,000 a day and they would pay….

    I'd rather go to Sea World anyway.

  • Andrea

    I can hear the young and uneducated now…. “raise the minimum wage”… NO. Don’t like it, don’t go. Simple as that. Too expensive, save your money, BUDGET! ! Disneyland has expenses too, they’re not a nonprofit organization. As the minimum wage/ cost of living goes up, so will the prices. Quit your whining.

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