One-day ticket now $104 on low-demand days
LOS ANGELES — Disneyland Resort is raising prices ahead of the scheduled opening of a “Star Wars”-themed expansion, with the cheapest daily ticket costing more than $100.
Less than a year ago, prices were raised by up to 18%. The prices that took effect Sunday for tickets, annual passes and parking represent increases of up to 25%.
The Los Angeles Times reported price increases in recent years haven’t thinned the throngs at Walt Disney Co.’s DIS, +0.35% Disneyland and nearby California Adventure Park.
A one-day, one-park ticket is now $104 for low-demand days, such as May weekdays. Tickets for regular- and peak-demand days are more.
More visitors are expected for this summer’s opening of “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.”
Spokeswoman Liz Jaeger said the resort offers a variety of tickets while helping manage demand and spread visitation.
The least expensive one-day ticket to Disney World in Florida is $109.