Disneyland ticket prices are going up: Here's what you need to know about these theme park passes - The Points Guy (2022)

Editor’s note: This post has been updated with new information.

There is one certainty when it comes to Disneyland travel: Ticket prices always go up and never go down. Today, they went up again with a surprise October 2021 price increase.

Theme park tickets are often the largest part of the cost of a Disneyland vacation. It’s vital to understand all the options as you plan a trip to the “happiest place on Earth.” Do you really need add-ons like “park hoppers” (meaning you can visit more than one park per day)? Are there ways to save on tickets that are safe and legitimate? How do tickets work in 2021 and beyond with the new Disneyland reservations system?

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After visiting Disneyland regularly for the last couple of decades, I’ve purchased nearly every ticket type there is, including an annual pass (now known as a Magic Key).

Here are all the essentials you need to know about Disneyland tickets to make the right purchase for your trip.

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Disneyland ticket basics

Single-day tickets

Let’s start with the most basic option: one-day tickets into a single park at Disneyland. There are two parks at Disneyland (Disneyland park and Disney California Adventure) and these tickets will only permit admission into one of the two.

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One-day tickets at the Disneyland Resort have variable pricing, with multiple price tiers depending on the day you are planning to visit. There is no price difference between the two parks. Prices for single-day, one-park-per-day tickets are as follows:

  • Tier 1: $104 adult, $98 child.
  • Tier 2: $119 adult, $113 child.
  • Tier 3: $134 adult, $127 child.
  • Tier 4: $149 adult, $141 child.
  • Tier 5: $159 adult, $150 child.
  • Tier 6: $164 adult, $TBD child (Tier 6 is a new addition as of October 25, 2021)

Adults are anyone age 10 and over, child tickets are for ages 3-9, and anyone under age 3 is admitted free.

Disneyland only designates the days into tiers a few months in advance. For example, as of the date of today's most recent price increase, Disneyland has only made one-day ticket pricing available until close to the end of February 2022. This date corresponds to its park reservations calendar that is released 120 days in advance.

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As you might expect, peak demand periods (like weekends and holidays) are higher tier days. Historically, the least expensive Tier 1 days tend to be midweek in lower demand months and are few and far between. If you don't know what day you will want to go on a visit or think you might need to cancel and reschedule after you book, it's safest (but also most expensive) to purchase the highest tier ticket. Upgrading later to a higher tier type is usually not possible.

Multiday tickets

If you are visiting for a longer vacation to Disneyland, multiday tickets are available as well. Per-day prices on these tickets begin to decrease the longer you stay. The most basic multiday ticket also allows admission into one park per day. So, guests with a three-day one-park-per-day ticket could spend two days in Disneyland park and one day at Disney California Adventure, but would not be able to go to both parks in a single day.

Unlike at Walt Disney World where multiday tickets have variable pricing based upon the date of your visit, Disneyland’s multiday ticket prices are thankfully static. There are no tiers or blockout calendars like one-day ticket holders have to navigate.

Regular prices for multiday one-park-per-day tickets as of October 25, 2021 are:

  • Two days: $255 adult, $235 child.
  • Three days: $330 adult, $310 child.
  • Four days: $360 adult, $340 child.
  • Five days: $380 adult, $360 child.

Multiday tickets are only valid for 13 additional days after they are first used. This makes them a great option to reduce cost for out-of-towners coming for a trip of several days. But that means they are not-so-ideal for locals looking to space multiple visits out over a longer period of time.

Disneyland ticket options and add-ons

There are, of course, additional options that increase the cost of park tickets for Disneyland guests. Ones to consider adding to your tickets include:

Park Hopper

The most basic tickets at Disneyland permit entry into a single park per day, but it’s also possible to purchase tickets with a Park Hopper option for an additional charge. As the name suggests, Park Hopper tickets allow guests to hop between Disneyland park and Disney California Adventure an unlimited number of times on a single day. Since the parks are located just steps apart from one another, park-hopping is much easier to do than it might be at Walt Disney World.

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How much does the Park Hopper feature increase ticket prices? Whether you are buying a one-day ticket or a five-day ticket or anything in between, the Park Hopper option now costs a flat rate of $60 (up from $55) for both adult and child tickets. On a per-day basis, this makes the cost of park-hopping pretty expensive for shorter trips ($60 a day for just a single day vacation), but very reasonable for longer ones ($12 a day for a five-day trip).

Whether you need the Park Hopper option depends on your touring habits. Personally, my family likes the flexibility of being able to hop between parks if we find one park too crowded on a given day. In fact, park-hopping has been a huge part of our line-avoidance strategy at Disneyland over the years. I usually recommend Park Hopper tickets to most friends as well, perhaps with the exception of guests on a two-day trip who plan to spend a single day in each park.

In 2021 and for the foreseeable future, park-hopping comes with one additional limitation it didn’t before: a time restriction. Guests are not able to park-hop until 1 p.m. or later, subject to capacity restrictions of course. This additional limitation may not make the Park Hopper option as valuable in the short term as it once was.

Ticket add-ons discontinued for now: MaxPass, Magic Morning

Several other ticket options that were mainstays of the last several years have been discontinued for the 2021 reopening. Those include Disney MaxPass as well as Magic Morning.

Disney MaxPass was a digital version of Disneyland’s FastPass system that allowed guests to book FastPass reservations on their smartphones. Disney MaxPass has now officially been retired for good, but a new similar replacement called Disney Genie+ is coming to Disneyland very soon. Watch for a date later in fall 2021. When Disney Genie+ is released at Disneyland, there will surely be an add-on option for park tickets at its announced $20 per ticket per day price.

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Magic Morning was an additional ticket benefit that came at no extra cost with all park tickets of three days or longer that were purchased in advance. Magic Morning afforded guests a single day of early entry into Disneyland park on a Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday. Disneyland has currently suspended Magic Morning, along with another early entry option for on-property hotel guests: Extra Magic Hour. Extra Magic Hour was previously offered in both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure on select days.

Tickets and Disneyland’s 2021 reservation system

There is a new wrinkle in 2021 when it comes to Disneyland tickets. Having a ticket to the parks is necessary, but not sufficient, to gain park entry. Because of capacity restrictions, Disneyland now also requires guests to make advance daily reservations for the theme park they will enter first for each day.

If you purchase tickets through Disneyland directly, the reservations process is now integrated into the ticket purchasing process. If you purchase tickets elsewhere (usually to snag discounts and deals), making a reservation is a second separate step that guests complete after purchasing a ticket and loading it into their Disneyland account.

This means that before purchasing tickets in 2021, guests should always check Disneyland’s reservation availability calendar. It’s essential to make sure that the parks you want to visit are available for new reservations on the days you want to visit!

Note that there are two separate calendars with different reservation availability: one for one-park-per-day tickets and another for Park Hopper tickets. Be sure to click the tab that matches the ticket type you plan to purchase.

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To be sure, the Disneyland reservation system adds a new layer of complexity and is still causing confusion for many guests many months after its release. Check out TPG’s guide to Disneyland reservations so you don’t run afoul of any of the requirements.

Disneyland ticket discounts and the best times to buy

Tickets are one of the most expensive parts of a Disneyland vacation, so naturally, guests are looking to save money any way they can. Unfortunately, super deep ticket discounts just aren’t realistic (and if you see them, they are probably fraudulent so steer clear).

Single and multiday Disneyland ticket discounts

It is possible to save some money on tickets at Disneyland, however, without too much effort. The easiest way to save is by purchasing multiday tickets through one of the legitimate ticket brokers that partner with Disneyland like Get Away Today, Undercover Tourist or aRes Travel.

These brokers regularly list tickets at least a few dollars per person below official Disney prices, and their tickets come with all of the same benefits and ease of use. Some occasionally will run additional specials like fifth-day free that reduce the price even more. Be sure to shop around because prices fluctuate regularly, and sometimes brokers have different pricing available to select partners.

Disneyland almost never discounts its one-day tickets (except for specialty tickets that would not be available to the vast majority of visitors). So, if you are just going for a single day, don’t waste your time searching for deals. The easiest way to save on single-day tickets at Disneyland is instead by buying discounted Disney gift cards and paying for the ticket purchases direct from Disney with the gift cards. If you can get a deep enough discount on gift cards, sometimes using gift cards will also beat the ticket broker multiday pricing too.

Of course, there are a number of other places to find discounts (Costco, AAA, grocery stores), but they rarely beat the discount ticket brokers or using discounted Disney gift cards.

Seasonal specials

If you can plan your Disneyland vacation a little more last minute, there are sometimes seasonal deals and specials that arise throughout the year worth considering. In 2020, for example, Disneyland offered two spring ticket deals before the parks shut down in mid-March. One was a discount on kids tickets that reduced trip costs for families with several younger kids fairly significantly. The second was a Southern California resident offer on three-day tickets. These tickets were priced well below normal three-day ticket prices ($199 for one park per day and $254 for the Park Hopper version). They also could be used over a several-month period, rather than within 13 days after first use.

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Other deals during times of low attendance often will pop up unexpectedly as well. In the summer of 2019 (when the expected record attendance for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge didn’t materialize), Disneyland offered a bring-a-friend deal where annual pass holders could purchase a single-day Park Hopper ticket for several companions for just $99.

Speciality discounts

There are a few other ticket discounts to be aware of if you are within the eligible groups.

Historically, the best of these discounts are the ones available to members of the military and their spouses. These tickets can be purchased only at participating military bases (note that these tickets used to be sold at Disneyland ticket booths with proper military ID as well, but that is no longer the case in 2021). Some limited blockout dates apply. Military ticket prices at Disneyland for 2021 are:

  • Three-day Park Hopper ticket: $225.
  • Four-day Park Hopper ticket: $260.

In 2020, visitors from other countries, particularly Canada and Australia, could also find additional discounts and offers not available elsewhere. There was a regular Canadian deal offered at least annually, and Australians were eligible to purchase a 10-day Park Hopper, a ticket length not available to American guests. When international visitors can again start to return to Disneyland in increasing numbers, these offerings may well come back too.

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Price increases

Finally, when it comes to tickets, watch out for dreaded ticket price increases. It probably goes without saying the best time to buy Disneyland tickets is right before the price increase hits. But thankfully, there is a workaround!

In the last several years, Disneyland has increased prices annually sometime between late January and early March, but the exact date is never known in advance. This latest price increase on October 25, 2021 certainly doesn't follow traditional seasonal patterns or expectations.

Luckily, even when a price increase happens, the discount ticket brokers are allowed to sell tickets at the previous year’s prices for a short time (usually about a week or two after the announcement). I therefore highly recommend doing some Disneyland vacation planning now if you plan to travel to Disneyland in 2021 or 2022 so you can lock in these lower prices. Given historical price increase trends, it's usually smart to watch right after the new year in case the normal price increases in January or February return.

Disneyland annual passes - Now Known as Magic Keys

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Last but certainly not least, annual passes are potentially another option for discounted theme park admission into Disneyland. Disneyland revamped its previously paused annual pass program in summer of 2021, renaming the passes as Magic Keys.

Guests who plan to travel to Disneyland Resort may find a Magic Key to be a better value compared to two or more multiday tickets. Annual passes are certainly more valuable to many local Southern California residents as well.

The key (pun intended) is to do the math. Be sure to consider additional Magic Key dining, shopping, and parking discounts that can add up to more savings as well.

It's also essential to read the fine print to find out whether each pass type has blockout dates that conflict with your vacationing patterns. Multiday tickets don't have blockout dates and will give you more overall flexibility to visit any day of the year.

Finally, it's also important to check the Magic Key reservations calendar. It has different availability and often books up more quickly than the reservations calendar for regular park tickets. If you can't plan well in advance, a Magic Key may leave you in the lurch if the date you want to visit is already "sold out."

See TPG's complete guide to Disneyland Magic Keys for all the details.

Bottom line

Tickets are undoubtedly a major expense when it comes to Disneyland travel. With a little preplanning as well as an analysis of the extras you actually need and knowledge of available discounts, it’s certainly still possible to save a decent amount of dough.

If you’re planning a Disneyland vacation, check out these money- and time-saving tips:

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Additional reporting by Stella Shon.

Editorial disclaimer: Opinions expressed here are the author’s alone, not those of any bank, credit card issuer, airline or hotel chain, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any of these entities.


Why is Disneyland raising their prices? ›

The Anaheim resort has also increased prices by up to 25% — starting Tuesday — for the new Genie+ service, which allows visitors to skip long lines on some of the most popular attractions. For the record: 9:43 a.m. Oct.

How much do Disneyland tickets cost 2022? ›

As of October 11, 2022, the cost of a 4-day, 1-park-per-day ticket is $395 (up from $360) for everyone age 10 or older. That breaks down to $98.75 per park day. That's a significant savings over buying a single-day ticket. But, if you have only one day to visit Disneyland, the single day ticket is worth the cost!

Is Disneyland increasing ticket prices? ›

Ticket prices for Disneyland and Disney California Adventure increased an average of 8% on Oct. 11, Disneyland officials confirmed. Disneyland also introduced a new “Tier 0” one-day ticket that will cost $104 per day and will be valid on the least crowded days of the year.

How much did Disney raise ticket prices? ›

But its most expensive single-day ticket increased 3.9% during its last round of price hikes in January, according to MouseSavers.com. A skip-the-line service at this park can cost guests more than $100 extra per day.

How much is a 1 day pass at Disneyland? ›

One-day admission tickets will range from $104 to $179, based on the day. One-day park hopper tickets will now cost $244 per day. Many Californians can remember a time when the resort was much cheaper.

Is Disney worth the price? ›

Is Walt Disney World Worth the Cost in 2022? No, we'd say at least not right now. Just the idea that a family of 4 would pretty much have to pay an extra $60/ per day for Disney Genie+ with the hopes that they can get 2-3 rides they want without waiting in long lines, is ludicrous.

Is Disneyland free on your birthday 2022? ›

These are a few questions that many guests have about celebrating a birthday at Disney – Is it free to go to Disneyland on your birthday? – No, Disneyland does not offer free admission on a birthday.

How much is Disneyland ticket at the gate? ›

Disneyland 1-Day 1-Park per Day Tickets
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Can you bring food into Disneyland? ›

Guests are allowed to bring outside food and nonalcoholic beverages into Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park. However, they must NOT be in glass containers, must not require heating, reheating, processing, or refrigeration and must not have pungent odors.

Are Disneyland tickets more expensive at the gate? ›

The price of Disney World tickets is the same, whether you buy them at the gate or online.

Do Disney ticket prices ever go down? ›

The cheapest time to go to Disney World is January, with prices increasing from the end of January into Presidents Day weekend. Once that weekend passes, the cheapest times are July through mid-September and a few scattered dates—particularly at Value Hotels—in October through December.

Will Disney prices ever go down? ›

Price increases have been hitting Disney World by the hundreds. According to Disney CEO Bob Chapek, that trend isn't going to slow down anytime soon. Chapek told CNBC in an interview that price increases are driven by consumer demand: “It's all up to the consumer.

How much is Disney genie per day? ›

Disney Genie+ costs $25 per person, per day at Disneyland and guests have access to 18 rides to choose from.

How much did Disney tickets cost in 1995? ›

* Prices are for a 1-day, 1-park adult ticket. Disney offers discounts for Florida residents, multi-day tickets and annual passholders.
Walt Disney World ticket price increases, 1971–2014.
February 1995$37.00$1.00
February 1996$38.50$1.50
March 1997$39.75$1.25
April 1998$42.00$2.25
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How much was a Disney ticket 50 years ago? ›

Very cheap. The first-ever Disney World park ticket, back in 1971, cost $3.50. Of course, keep in mind that these prices are not comparing apples to apples. Simply because of inflation, $3.50 was worth a whole lot more in 1971 than it is today.

What is a Tier 5 Disneyland ticket? ›

Tier 5, the second most expensive tier, excludes most Saturdays in July, October, and November, but is ultimately the next best choice in terms of flexibility. The lower the tier, the fewer booking dates are available for guests to choose from (for exact dates, visit Disneyland's ticketing page).

What is a Tier 1 Disneyland ticket? ›

There are several separate "tiers" of 1-day ticket pricing. 1-day tickets are priced at $104, $119, $134, $149, $159, and $164 for those age 10 or older. Tickets for kids aged 3-9 are $98, $113, $127, $141, $150, and $155. The cheapest tickets (Tier 1) are found mid-week when school is in session.

What day is Disneyland least busy? ›

Best Time to Visit Disneyland in 2023
  • Jan. ...
  • Feb. ...
  • The first few days in March (until March 11)
  • Weekdays in May (except for Grad Nites and Memorial Day)
  • The first half of June.
  • The month of August.
  • Tuesdays through Thursdays for the month of September and the last week of October.

Is Disney making or losing money? ›

That does not appear to be happening: Disney Parks, Experiences and Products reported quarterly revenue of $7.4 billion, up from $4.3 billion a year earlier, and an operating profit of $2.2 billion, up from $356 million.

Does Disney have 2022 limiting capacity? ›

As of 2022, Walt Disney World is at full operations and not putting in any capacity restrictions due to COVID-19.

How much money should I bring to Disney World? ›

I recommend budgeting the following amount for every person. That works out to $58 a person a day. You'll also likely spend about $30 a day on snacks for the family. All in, you should budget $1,048 for four days at Disney World for your family.

Does Disneyland still do free on your birthday? ›

Disney DOESN'T give you free admission into the theme parks on your birthday. They DON'T give you free hotel stays or free meals. You CAN'T skip the lines or get special dining reservations.

Can you get free stuff at Disney on your birthday? ›

Sadly, though, Walt Disney World does not offer free admission to its parks on guests' birthdays. They also do not allow birthday celebrants to skip lines for attractions, give special dining reservations, or gift free hotel stays.

What free stuff can you get from Disney for your birthday? ›

Disney Birthday Button

Pick up a 'Birthday Button' at guest services or any gift store in the park. Celebration buttons are completely FREE and will even be customized by a cast member upon request. They have buttons for other occasions including 'Happily Ever After, 'First Visit' and 'I'm Celebrating' as well.

Is the Disney genie worth it? ›

I can say, after the fact, that it was definitely worth it at The Magic Kingdom and Epcot. While I did purchase it for both Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom as well, I didn't feel it gave us that much. Probably because there are not as many attractions at those parks.

How much does it cost to eat at Disneyland? ›

However, if you were to based average meals prices based on pre-2020 Disney Dining Plan values, you can expect to pay around $26 per adult and $13 for kids minus any drinks costs for adults. So to sum it up: Adults = $27 per meal (not including a drink) Kids = $13 per meal (including a drink)

Is there free parking for Disneyland? ›

You can get two hours of free parking at the Downtown Disney Simba Lot, and up to 5 hours with validation with a $20 purchase from participating locations. The first hour of parking costs $10. Validations apply after the first hour of paid parking. You can find more information on official Disney parking here.

Can I bring Mcdonalds into Disneyland? ›

Guests are allowed to bring outside food and nonalcoholic beverages into the parks for self-consumption, provided they are not in glass containers, do not require heating, reheating, processing or refrigeration and do not have pungent odors. Inform a Security Cast Member of any food items when you enter the park.

Can I bring a water bottle into Disneyland? ›

And, while you are welcome to bring your own water bottles, water fountains and water bottle refill stations are located throughout both parks. A map of drinking fountains can be found on the Disneyland Mobile App.

What can you not bring into Disneyland? ›

What NOT to Bring to Disneyland (from the Disneyland website): Strollers that are greater than 31” in width and 52” in length will be prohibited. Stroller wagons will also be prohibited. Smoking will not be permitted inside either theme park, in the esplanade, and in Downtown Disney District.

Are Disneyland tickets cheaper after 4pm? ›

Currently, the Disneyland Resort doesn't offer discounted admission if you arrive after a certain time of day. Theme-park tickets are sold on a daily basis, from one day up to five days. For 1-Day Tickets, pricing varies based on the day selected. Pricing is broken down into three categories: Value, Regular, and Peak.

Should I buy Disney tickets in advance or at the gate? ›

Tips to Save on Disney Theme Park Tickets

This should go without saying, but buy your tickets online and in advance. If you can, try to avoid buying tickets at the gate, where prices are often the highest (plus it just takes extra time).

Is it better to buy Disneyland tickets online or at the park? ›

Buy Disneyland Tickets Online

Even hours before your arrival is better than purchasing them at the gate. If you're purchasing multi-day tickets 48 hours in advance them you'll want to purchase your tickets here for some savings on them.

Is it cheaper to buy Disneyland tickets at the gate? ›

Disneyland tickets are not currently sold at the gates. You can buy Disneyland tickets at the gate during normal times, but gate prices are not discounted.

Is it cheaper to buy Disney tickets ahead of time? ›

Buy tickets before you go.

This probably seems like a no-brainer, but many people still have the misconception that tickets will be cheaper if they buy them at the gate. That is, 99% of the time, just not true. There are other Disney adventures that do reward last-minute purchases.

How many months in advance should I buy Disney tickets? ›

Reservation Limitations:

Guests may make reservations up to 120 days in advance. Key Holders may make reservations up to 90 days in advance. Theme park reservations may not be modified, but they can be canceled by visiting "My Theme Park Reservations." You can then rebook a reservation.

Can you negotiate with Disney? ›

Unfortunately, no, you can not negotiate DVC prices when buying direct from Disney. Disney Vacation Club has a strict per point price set for each resort. As of the time this post was written, the lowest price for DVC at Walt Disney World Resort was Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney's Wilderness Lodge for $190 per point.

What is the cheapest month to go to Disneyland Paris? ›

Disneyland Paris Crowd FAQ

January, the beginning of February, weekdays in March and November are the cheapest Winter months to stay in a Disney hotel. During the Summer months, May, June and September are great value.

How many rides can you do a day with Genie? ›

All guests, regardless of where they stay, are limited to a maximum of two pay-per-ride attractions per day and can only book a particular ride once per day.

Is genie plus $15 per ride? ›

How Much Does Genie+ Cost? Genie+ costs $15 or more per person, per day, plus tax. In October 2022 Disney embraced date-specific pricing for Genie+, so the price will be higher on busier dates. On the day you want to use it, you can purchase the Genie+ option using Disney's app.

How many rides can you ride with Genie? ›

Use the Lightning Lane entrances offered through Disney Genie+ service and save time waiting in line. On average, Guests can enter 2 to 3 attractions or experiences per day using Lightning Lane entrances, if the first selection is made early in the day.

How much does it cost to go to Disneyland 2022? ›

A one-day tiered adult Disneyland Ticket Prices 2022 on the Disneyland website ranges from $104 to $164 for Disneyland vacations in 2022 and 2023. Purchased single-day tickets are valid until December 31, 2023. Weekends, holidays, and other high-demand periods have higher ticket prices.

How much did it cost to get into Disneyland in 1970? ›

Many of the attractions cost around 25 to 35 cents for adults and 10 to 25 cents for children. “If you are a glutton and try everything, it could cost you $8.70 for yourself and $5.15 for each tot,” Thomas wrote. A trip around the entire park on a miniature train cost 50 cents for an adult and 25 cents for a child.

How much did a Disneyland ticket cost in 1960? ›

$ 4.50............ Adult 1960........ Jumbo 15 Ticket Book [with 15 “A thru E” attractions]. $ 4.00............

How much was a Disneyland ticket in 1964? ›

General Admission. Adult – $1.60. That would be $13.20 today. Junior – $1.20.

How much does a 1 day Disney ticket cost? ›

The multi-day ticket pricing will be based on the arrival date chosen at the time of purchase. As an example, a one-day ticket varies in pricing from $109 to $159 per day depending on the exact dates that are chosen to visit a theme park and which additional options are chosen.

What was the price for Disney in 1971? ›

Ticket prices have risen more than 3,000% over Walt Disney World's history. When the Magic Kingdom first greeted guests in 1971, the cost to enter the theme park was $3.50 for adults, and $1 for children. In 2021 dollars, that would equate to roughly $24 and $6.75, adjusting for the rate of inflation.

How much does Disneyland cost per person? ›

Disneyland Park Tickets. Park tickets are by far the most expensive part of any Disneyland visit. A 1-Day One Park Per Day Ticket costs $104 on select days. Prices can increase depending on the day and time of year that you go on, so you can expect to pay anywhere from $119, $134, $159, or $164 for a 1-Day ticket.

How much does it cost to go to Disneyland for a family of 4 2022? ›

For this Disneyland vacation, I'm selecting the 2022 4-day Park Hopper ticket for a family of four (all over 10 years old), which is $1,680.

Is Disney worth it 2022? ›

However, even if 2022 doesn't have amazing deals to take advantage of, going to Disney World now is still going to be cheaper than putting it off until 2023. With the percentage that tickets, hotels, and food all increase year over year, you will be saving hundreds of dollars (if not more) by going a year early.

How much does a Disneyland trip cost? ›

The average price of a 7-day trip to Disneyland – Anaheim is $1,702 for a solo traveler, $3,057 for a couple, and $5,731 for a family of 4. Disneyland – Anaheim hotels range from $69 to $316 per night with an average of $109, while most vacation rentals will cost $200 to $440 per night for the entire home.

Is Disneyland still free on your birthday? ›

Disney DOESN'T give you free admission into the theme parks on your birthday. They DON'T give you free hotel stays or free meals. You CAN'T skip the lines or get special dining reservations.

Should I bring cash to Disneyland? ›

You are probably very excited about your upcoming visit to the Happiest Place on Earth. Kevin, while cash is accepted at Disneyland Resort, they recommend using contactless payment options when possible.

How much do you spend on food at Disneyland? ›

I believe a conservative food budget (which is how we do it) is about $100/day, but you could obviously spend a lot more than that. For us, each meal (for 4 of us) costs around $60 (except when we make reservations, and those meals are usually double that), and I splurge on some snacks at around $40 each day.

How much does a family of 4 spend at Disney? ›

If you're looking to plan a Disney World vacation, there's a wide range of prices available to you. For a family of three or four, you'll probably want to assume you're spending at least $3500, with $5000-6000 being a comfortable amount, and $10000 being enough to make anyone's dreams come true.

Is Disney at full capacity in 2022? ›

As of 2022, Walt Disney World is at full operations and not putting in any capacity restrictions due to COVID-19.

How much is Disney for a family of 4? ›

For a family of 4, the average Walt Disney World vacation in 2022 costs: $4,710.64 ($235 per person per night), $5,550.10 ($277 per person per night), or $7,435.00 ($372 per person per night).

What is Disney getting rid of in 2022? ›

Perhaps the biggest change in perks coming to Disney World in 2022 is the discontinuation of Disney's Magical Express, which has provided guests staying at Disney World Resort hotels with complimentary transportation to and from the Orlando International Airport (MCO) since 2005.

Does Disney take 2022 cash? ›

Forms of Payment Disneyland Accepts

Here are all of the forms of payment that you can use at Disneyland in 2022: Cash (most locations) Credit card. Debit card.

What is the cheapest way to plan a trip to Disneyland? ›

  1. Plan In Advance. ...
  2. Purchase Your Tickets Early Through Our Travel Partner. ...
  3. Save On Your Anaheim Hotel Stay. ...
  4. Save On Disneyland Transportation Costs. ...
  5. Grab the Disneyland Freebies! ...
  6. Pick Wisely If Eating At The Disneyland Restaurants. ...
  7. Plan Your Disney Souvenir Purchases. ...
  8. Buy Items In Advance To Avoid High Park Prices.
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Is it cheaper to fly or drive to Disneyland? ›

True cost. If you're flying a large family, you'll probably always pay more to fly than drive. That's because driving costs do not rise proportionally per person like airline tickets.


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