Disneyland and Walt Disney World Have Raised Their Admission Prices


You must be this rich to ride.

Visiting the happiest place on earth is going to cost you more cash in 2020.

Both Disneyland in Anaheim, California and Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida have raised the price of admission to the popular theme parks, reported USA Today.

Entry into Disneyland varies in cost depending on what day you visit, so fans who go off-season or during the week won’t actually see an increase, as one-day tickets will remain $104. Those that want to ride Pirates of the Caribbean during the summer or on weekends will see a small increase from $149 to $154.

But Mickey Mouse fans who intend to get a Park Hopper pass, which allows entry into both Disneyland and the adjacent California Adventure during the same day, will now need to shell out $209, up from $199.

“A visit to our parks is the best value in entertainment bar none, and we offer flexible ticket choices to enable families to choose what’s best for them,” a Disneyland spokesperson told People.

In addition, a flex annual pass, which lets you make reservations to both Disneyland and California Adventure, will now cost $649, $50 more than it used to.

On a positive note, parking will remain $25 for the day.

Meanwhile, Walt Disney World has raised the prices on all of its annual passes.

The priciest, Platinum Plus, has gone from $1219 to $1295 for non-Florida residents. For that price, you get access to all four parks (Disney World, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’ Animal Kingdom) and admission to Blizzard Beach, Typhoon Lagoon, ESPN Wild World of Sports, and Disney's Oak Trail Golf Course with no blackout dates.

Residents of Florida are catching a break, as they are still able to get it for $999.