Will Disneyland raise ticket prices as cheap as Disney World? – Orange County Register

The Dapper Dans Barbershop Quartet performs at Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., on Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2023. (Photo by Jeff Gretchen, Orange County Register/SCNG)

Disneyland and Disney World have kept their cheaper ticket prices steady while raising the cost of admission annually on the busiest days of the year to combat critics who say the parks have become too expensive — but that argument is about to disappear.

Walt Disney World will raise its cheapest single-day ticket at $109 to $119 in 2025, raising the cost of the lowest-priced ticket that has remained unchanged since 2018, according to Washington Post.

Which raises the obvious question: Will Disneyland follow in Disney World's footsteps and raise the prices of its cheaper tickets?

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A similar 9% increase would raise Disneyland ticket prices of $104 to $114.

There are no changes to Disneyland Resort ticket prices at this time, according to Disneyland officials.

Disney World's latest price increase was revealed when the Florida theme park extended its ticket calendar through October 2025. Disneyland's calendar only extends through August of this year at the moment.

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Like its sister parks on the East Coast, Disneyland has held its cheapest tickets steady at $104 since 2019 while continually raising prices each year on higher-tier tickets.

The latest round of Disneyland rides late last year raised the highest ticket cost to $194, while keeping the price of the cheapest day pass at $104 per park.

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Disneyland raised ticket prices in October 2021, 2022 and 2023 after holding prices steady when the parks first emerged from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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