Star Wars Galaxy's Edge is coming in 2019, June of 2019 if you believe Disney CEO and kid who you can't trust with a secret Bob Iger. So naturally, the weekend before many people head back to work and school and are distracted by the NFL playoffs is the perfect time to announce a price increase at the Happiest Place on Earth....
And boy, did they...
The increases, which took effect Sunday, come less than a year after the resort adopted price hikes of up to 18%. Under the latest increases, the cheapest daily ticket will be more than $100. Daily parking prices are rising to $25 from $20 — a 25% increase. Here's a look at exactly what it will cost you to spend a day at Disneyland, if you're not an annual pass holder.
If you would like to add on Disney's MaxPass service, the price for that was also raised from $10 a day to $15 a day. For annual passholders, it will now cost an additional $25 a year to add it to their ticket (if it doesn’t include it) at a total of $100. MaxPass is an additional charge that according to Disney allows guests to:
Maximize your visit with Disney MaxPass:Save time in line at popular attractions by making Disney FASTPASSselections on your mobile device* using the Disneyland app while you’re in the parks. Guests with Park Hopper Tickets can even make selections for attractions in our other theme park.
Capture all of your memories with unlimited Disney PhotoPass photo downloads** for a day. Download and share photos from select dining locations, attractions, Character Greetings, Disney PhotoPass Photographers and Magic Shots.
Disneyland Annual Pass holders aren't exempt from the price increase either: