Disneyland Ticket Prices: Hopper Pass Climbs Above $200 For First Time
The single-day two-park hopper ticket climbs above $200 USD for the first time.
It just got more expensive to visit Disneyland, and one of its premium passes has surpassed $200 for the first time. The amusement park giant has confirmed that the one-day hopper ticket, which allows visitors to move between Disneyland and California Adventure, now costs $209 on peak days.
This is up from $199. Deadline reminds us that this is notable because it's the first time this hopper ticket has surpassed $200 for peak days, which are often weekends. Disneyland ticket prices fluctuate based on demand, with the highest prices on the most in-demand periods.
On low-demand days, the hopper ticket has risen in price from $154 to $159. The admission price for a single-day, one-park ticket is $104 (price unchanged) on low-demand days and $154 (up from $149) on high-volume days. All prices are in USD.
It's not just ticket prices that have increased at Disneyland, as the park now charges $20 (up from $15) to use the digital ride-booking app, MaxPass. The increased price comes after Disney added two more attractions to the app: Autopia and Monsters, Inc. Mike and Sulley to the Rescue.
Annual pass prices have now also increased, from $399 to $419. These increases come about a year after Disneyland opened its 14-acre Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge region, which is said to have cost more than $1 billion to develop.
It hasn't been all good news for Disney's parks lately, as the company's parks in Shanghai and Hong Kong recently closed down temporarily in response to the Coronavirus outbreak.
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