In 2016, Disneyland switched to a flexible, demand-based ticketing system, adjusting prices with the season people want to visit and the expected number of guests in the park for specific days.
The average increase is eight percent, a company official said, but they vary by ticket. With tax, that could cost more than $2,000.
Spokeswoman Liz Jaeger said the resort offers a variety of tickets while helping manage demand and spread visitation. The lowest-priced one-day ticket to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, is $109. Tickets for regular-demand days have risen from $117 to $129, and tickets on peak-demand days have gone from $135 to $149. increase.
Disney representatives said more days would be blocked out for most annual passes compared to a year ago but didn't provide more specifics. Parking rates at Disneyland rose 25% to US$25 a day.
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Disney noted that it's now offering two limited-time promotional offers - one expressly for Southern California residents. Disneyland recently announced savings for Southern California residents purchasing 3-day passes.
Don't expect Disneyland to get less crowded, says Robert Niles, editor of ThemeParkInsider.com.
Still, some fans were devastated and bemoaned the price hikes. "Disney has invested heavily in promoting itself as a lifestyle brand, and its dedicated fans won't abandon it over these price increases".
Visitors to either 14-acre land will be able to drink at a Mos Eisley-style cantina, fly in a Millennium Falcon and see a battle between the Resistance and the First Order.
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