We announced yesterday that the Disneyland Resort has raised their ticket prices on daily admission and Annual Passes. Many people had questions via e-mail and facebook, and we have tried to combine all the answers into this post.
A. Disneyland confirmed all Annual Passholders whose AP expires in May or June can still renew at the former price.
A. You can purchase an Annual Pass today online in full and you will print a voucher that is good through December 31, 2012. Your Annual Pass begins its year from the date you first pass through the gates with it. So, if your Annual Pass expires in September, you can purchase a new one online today at the lesser rate, print the voucher, and then after its expiration, get a new AP. It would not be a renewal.
A. You can buy 1-Day to 6-Day tickets online today and they would be valid through December 31, 2012. If you are planning a visit this year, you can buy them now. The tickets are only valid for 13 days after first use normally.
A. The Disneyland Resort has cancelled these ticket options and they will no longer be available. I believe they will still be available in a Passport Plus Ticket which you can purchase from Wish Upon A Star Travel.
A. Check the back of the tickets, they should be valid through December 31, 2012. Disneyland will not charge you the difference. Disneyland will probably re-supply the stores soon with new tickets.
A. They still offer this ticket and it increased by $100 to $849.00. This ticket can be bought at the lesser rate today, but only at Guest Relations or a Ticket Booth at Disneyland or Walt Disney World. It is not available online.
A. Disneyland last raised their prices June 2011.
A. A Passport Plus Ticket are the tickets sold through the Walt Disney Travel Company and Travel Agents. They still offer Magic Morning admissions plus VIP seating for shows and parades. You can purchase them from Wish Upon A Star Travel. The tickets ship directly to you prior to your departure. A $13.00 service charge is charged by Disney. These tickets increase in price around the first of the year, but are valid thirteen days from first use and first use must occur on or before December 31, 2012. There are no blockout dates.
A. The parking add-on increased by $30 to $129.00.
A. Typically, Disneyland and Walt Disney World increase their tickets each year. While they have not announced theirs yet, you can go online and purchase tickets for a future visit this year.
A. The Southern CA City Pass prices will remain the same for the year and is not impacted by the price increase.
A. The deposit due when you finance your Annual Pass is one day admission, which will be $87.00 on Sunday. The monthly payment is the balance divided by the 12 equal payments. If you are currently financing your Annual Pass, your monthly rate will not increase until you renew.