The annual tradition of Disneyland price increases is set for this Sunday, ahead of the 2017 President’s Day weekend.

As of February 12, 2017 Disneyland will be increasing the cost of daily admission, some annual passports and parking. It will now cost a family of four nearly $400 to park a car and enter one park, for one day at the Disneyland Resort.

In 2016 the Disneyland Resort began to break single day admission prices into tiers based upon demand: Value, Regular and Peak days. Also that year, Disney eliminated the Premium passport and added the Signature and Signature Plus levels.

The new Disneyland daily ticket prices are as follows:

Value Days

  • Adult $97 – $2 increase
  • Child $91 – $2 increase
  • Park Hopper Add On $60

Regular Days

  • Adult $110 – $5 increase
  • Child $104 – $5 increase
  • Park Hopper Add On $55

Peak Days

  • Adult $124 – $5 increase
  • Child $118 – $5 increase
  • Park Hopper Add On $50

Two Day Passport 

  • Adult $199 – $4 increase
  • Child $187 – $4 increase
  • Park Hopper Add On $45

Three Day Passport

  • Adult $270 – $15 increase
  • Child $258 – $15 increase
  • Park Hopper Add On $45

Four Day Passport 

  • Adult $290 – $15 increase
  • Child $275 – $15 increase
  • Park Hopper Add On $45

Five Day Passport 

  • Adult $305 – $10 increase
  • Child $290 – $10 increase
  • Park Hopper Add On $45

Disneyland Resort annual passports are also increasing as follows:

  • Southern California Select: $339, increase of $10.
  • Southern California: $469, increase of $10.
  • Deluxe: $619, increase of $20.
  • Signature:$849, no change.
  • Signature Plus: $1049, no change.
  • Premier: $1439, no change.

Parking at the Disneyland Resort is also increasing $2 to $20 per day for autos.

A good portion of Disneyland will remained closed for most of 2017 as Disneyland finishes construction of Star Wars Land, which isn’t set for opening until sometime in 2019.

Will this effect your ability to visit the happiest place on earth? Have you already been priced out, or do you feel these increases are worth the Disneyland experience? Let’s discuss it below!

  • Guest

    I am a life long Disneyland attendee. And I think the pricing is getting ridiculous. My family of NINE (my parents, me and my siblings) were able to go to Disneyland EVERY YEAR back in the 90s. There’s NO way we’d be able to go as a family of nine every year now. It probably costs the same amount for my family of five (my husband, myself, and our children) to go now then it did back in the 90s for my family of 9. We definitely will not be able to go as much as we would like to. Which is sad because I love Disneyland and want to share the magic as much as possible with my children. I think they’re getting WAY greedy and have strayed from Walt Disney’s dream. 🙁 Sad.

  • Dissapointed

    This is ridiculous!! We keep saving to take our family of 6 and just when we think we finally have enough they jack the price again! I guess my kids will never experience the Magic of Disneyland. I think Walt would be appalled at the greediness of it all.