Disneyland Annual Pass Prices Have Gone Up


The price of a season pass to the Mouse House is going up…again.

Disney announced increases in the price for its annual passes to Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure on Sunday. Deluxe and Southern California Select Passports saw a bump in price of $50 and $30.

The new price for a Deluxe pass, which has blackout dates on some Saturdays and peak-holiday-period blackouts, went up to $599. Southern California Passports, which are only available for renewals to those who already have them, increased to $459 from $389. The cheapest pass for the parks, Southern California Select, went to $329 from $299.

The theme park also eliminated their no-blackout Premium Passport – which was good for every day of the year. The Premium pass is being replaced with tow new options: a Signature Plus Passport with no blackout dates for $1,049 (!) and a Signature Passport which is $200 cheaper, but does not allow for entry during the busy Christmas and New Years season.

The premium passes also include parking and a few discounts around the park including complimentary Disney PhotoPass downloads.

Parking prices were also raised by a buck to $18 per day.

This is the second time this year the Disneyland has raised prices on tickets.