The original Disney theme park in Anaheim, California just raised ticket prices. Day passes will now cost more than $200 — for the first time in its 65-year history. The new five-tier pricing system rolled out Tuesday.
A one-day ticket to Disneyland will range from $104 on the low-demand days — like a March weekday — up to $209 (up from $154) for entry to both Disneyland and nearby California Adventure on high-demand days.
Entry on Saturdays and Sundays will now cost $154 (up from $149), and annual pass pricing was hiked as well.
The Select Pass, the most affordable annual pass option, increased 5 percent, up to $419 (from $399).
The Premier Pass, the most expensive of the annual pass options, jumped from $1,949 to $2,199.
The price of the digital reservation system, MaxPass, which allows visitors to skip ride lines, also increased from $15 to $20.
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Report: LA TIMES