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Happy New Year: Price Increase Lands At Disneyland Resort

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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:

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