Disneyland Resort has increased annual pass prices for the second time in 6 months, while bringing back the popular "2fer" offer for Southern California residents.
Annual passes for the resort's two theme parks, Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure, were raised by as much 11.5% at the start of August. However, Disney now increased them once more with immediate effect.
The Premium pass (which allows entry 365 days a year) and the Deluxe pass (which allows entry on 315 days) have both seen a $10 increase to $439 and $299 respectively. The biggest increases are reserved for Southern California residents, with prices for the Southern California and Southern California Select parks raised by over 11%, making a total increase of over 25% since the start of 2009.
The full price list for Disneyland annual passes is given below:
- Premium pass (365 days) - $439 (2.3% increase since August, 12.9% increase since early 2009)
- Deluxe pass (315 days) - $299 (4.5% since August, 7.4% since early 2009)
- Southern California resident pass (215 days) - $219 (12.9% since August, 25.9% since early 2009)
- Southern California Select pass (170 days) - $169 (7.5% since August, 26.1% since early 2009)
As some compensation for Southern California residents, Disneyland has brought back the 2fer deal that it has offered during the Winter off-season in previous years. The offer allows residents of ZIP codes 90000–93599 and 21000–22999 to buy a single-day ticket for one of the resort's theme parks, and return to the other for free within 30 days.
2fer tickets cost $72 for adults and $62 for children aged 3-9. These are the same as standard single-day admission tickets, giving two entries for the price of one. The first entry can be at either Disneyland or Disney's California Adventure, and the second must be used at the other park within 30 days. "Hopping" between the two parks on the same day is not allowed with the 2fer ticket.