Disneyland Ticket Prices Went Up

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As of this morning, it costs more money to go to Disneyland and Disney California Adventure. Pretty much the whole shebang went up in price; tickets, annual passes, parking, and MaxPass.

Here’s all the price increases (luckily I was in a chart making mood today 😎):

1-Day Tickets

1-Day, 1 Park– Value Days 1-Day, 1 Park– Regular Days 1-Day, 1 Park– Peak Days Old Prices
Adult $104 $129 $149 $97/$117/$135
Child $98 $122 $141 $91/$110/$127
1-Day, Park Hopper– Value Days 1-Day, Park Hopper– Regular Days 1-Day, Park Hopper– Peak Days Old Prices
Adult $154 $179 $199 $147/$167/$185
Child $148 $172 $191 $141/$160/$177

Multi-Day Tickets

2-Day, 1-Park

Old Price

2-Day Park Hopper 

Old Price











3-Day, 1-Park Old Price 3-Day Park Hopper Old Price
Adult $300







$ 335


4-Day, 1-Park Old Price 4-Day Park Hopper Old Price











5-Day, 1-Park Old Price 5-Day Park Hopper Old Price











Annual Passes

Annual Pass New Price Old Price
SoCal Select $399 $369
Deluxe $799 $729
Signature $1,149 $999
Signature Plus $1,399 $1,149
Premier $1,949 $1,579

Other Stuff

New Price Old Price
MaxPass Annual Pass Add On $100 $75
MaxPass Daily Price $15 $10
Parking $25 $20
Preferred Parking $40 $35

As always, you can and should check our Disneyland Crowd Calendar to find out the best and worst times to visit Disneyland, as well as the cheapest.




Guy Selga Jr.

Hi, I'm Guy Selga. Researcher and blogger for TouringPlans.com. Disneyland local and appreciator of Disney theme park history. I proudly represent TouringPlans on the west coast. Twitter: @guyselga

14 thoughts on “Disneyland Ticket Prices Went Up

  • January 6, 2019 at 5:51 pm

    Noooooooo! Bought 5 day park hoppers for my trip in 2 weeks over a month ago but those MaxPasses are going to hurt a lot. We are a family of 7. Should we consider traditional Fastpass running? I really don’t want to.

    • January 6, 2019 at 6:54 pm

      Personally I would use MaxPass on your first full day in the parks, see if it’s worth the money for your party, and then go from there. Maybe emphasis FastPass attractions on the day you actually purchase MaxPass, and save the attractions that either don’t have it or don’t need it for the days when you don’t have MaxPass.

      • January 6, 2019 at 8:07 pm

        Thanks. But that leaves me wondering what to do about PhotoPass. We are huge fans of Memory Maker at WDW and were planning on using MaxPass for that purpose too. Sigh.

        • January 7, 2019 at 3:10 pm

          If your primary interest in Maxpass is for the Photopass benefit, remember that only 1 person in your party needs to have Maxpass to get the photos (just link all the photopass cards to that one person’s account).

          • January 7, 2019 at 3:32 pm

            Great tip, thanks!

  • January 6, 2019 at 9:34 pm

    Do any of the ticket sellers still have ticket stock at the old prices?

    • January 7, 2019 at 11:19 am

      As of Sunday, ARES had tickets at old prices. I do not know how long that will remain true.

  • January 7, 2019 at 8:03 am

    Does this mean that WDW tickets are likely to be going up soon too?

    • January 7, 2019 at 12:02 pm

      Yes. The cost of the Premiere Annual Pass went up significantly, so that’s a good sign.

  • January 7, 2019 at 9:25 am

    It just makes me so sad that Disney is becoming unattainable for my family. Our favorite place is turning into a place we made great memories, but to which we can no longer make new ones. 🙁

    • January 7, 2019 at 9:39 am

      And this is the week we’ve gone on 2 of our 3 family trips in the past, which means all the Facebook memories are popping up, making me a bit heartbroken. Sigh. I know, I know, first world problems.

  • January 7, 2019 at 1:23 pm

    I’m not exaggerating to say that it’s about as much to spend a week in Europe as it is to go to Disney any more.

  • January 7, 2019 at 10:58 pm

    I know I probably shouldn’t say this out loud, but $15 for Max Pass is still a bargain. I took four DLR trips last year at all different crowd levels (from a 3 to a 9) with different sized groups, and we rode every ride that has FP multiple times with no waits. The fact that Max Pass can be done on the spur of the moment makes it much more user friendly (IMHO) than FP+ at WDW. I mean I Iove WDW, but I don’t love having to set my alarm for 5 am months out just to (barely) get a FP for Flight of Passage.

  • January 8, 2019 at 4:51 pm

    I have a question about the Military Salute Tickets. The 3-day hopper tickets are a really great bargain, HOWEVER, the 6 person limit is really disappointing for large families. Does Disney ever make an exception? What would happen if a valid person and spouse managed to get more than 6? Having stood on property, one card serves all purposes, Is that how Disney polices tickets?

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