MaxPass becomes more expensive for day guests and annual passholders at Disneyland
In addition to the price hikes on regular theme park tickets and annual passes, Disneyland has also made its West coast paid-for digital FastPass system, called MaxPass, more expensive as well.
Guests wanting to purchase the MaxPass service will now need to pay $20 a day (up from $15 a day), and for annual passholders, adding MaxPass will now cost $125 per year, up from $100.
Though the annual passholder price hike may sound pretty steep at first, guests who are purchasing multi-day MaxPass may find themselves paying a lot more, as the new $20 cost is per person, per day, which means a family of four spending three days at Disneyland who would have previously spent $180 on MaxPass would now spend $240, which is a massive difference.
Paper FastPass will of course remain available for guests who do not want to purchase this add-on, but with the resort likely to see record crowds again this year, paper FastPass options may be slim, which is why Disney will likely be pushing guests towards using this new, paid-for system.