Though Walt Disney World has been announcing discount after discount for hotel stays, theme park tickets, dining and more, it looks like price hikes are starting to roll out on the west coast, as Disneyland Resort has announced massive increases on single-day and multi-day tickets, as well as annual passes and the resort's MaxPass FastPass system, in advance of the summer opening of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge. If you are planning on visiting the Disneyland Resort in the near future, here's what you can expect to be paying:

Single-day Tickets go up across the board

Like Walt Disney World, Disneyland Resort has a tiered ticket system that charges different prices for single day tickets to the resort depending on projected crowd levels. Here are the new prices for one day tickets during value, regular, and peak periods: 

  • 1 Day Value tickets are up $7 from $97 to $104. Adding the park hopper option will now cost $154, up from $147
  • 1 Day Regular tickets are up $12 from $117 to $129 Adding the park hopper option will now cost $179, up from $167
  • 1 Day Peak tickets are up $14 from $135 to $149. Adding the park hopper option will now cost $199 up from $185 
Of course, the Peak price increases are the most notable here, and you can bet that Peak pricing will be in effect for several months after the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge this summer, and potentially through to the holiday period. 

Multi-day ticket prices go up as well

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In addition to these substatial single-day ticket price hikes, guests who are looking to visit Disneyland Resort for 2-5 days will also see substantially higher prices as well. Here's the breakdown:

  • 2 Day $225 (previously $210) 2 Day with Park Hopper $280 (Previously $260)
  • 3 Day $300 (previously $280) 3 Day with Park Hopper $355 (previously $330)
  • 4 Day $325 (previously $305) 4 Day with Park Hopper $380 (previously $355)
  • 5 Day $340 (previously $320) 5 Day with Park Hopper $395 (previously $370)
Though the multi-day price hikes are a little bit lower percentage-wise, guests will still be paying between $15-$20 more to visit the resort with this new pricing scheme. 

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