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Disneyland's ticket prices are jumping 3% to 8% depending on date as the resort moves from a five-tier demand pricing structure for one-day tickets to a new six-tier system. Under the new system, the busiest days of the year will now be "Tier 6" with prices now $164 for a 1-Day, 1-Park ticket or $224 for park hopper. In addition to the introduction of this new tier, prices on all multi-day tickets have also seen increases between $5 to $25 as well. 

The price for general parking at Disneyland is also on the rise, going from $25 to $30 effective immediately. However, with this news comes the announcement that parking trams will be returning to the Disneyland Resort in 2022. 

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Though prices have not increased on Magic Key passes, Disneyland Resort has announced that it has sold out of its Dream Key passes, which originally sold for $1,399 and were the only Disneyland pass available that did not have blockout dates.

You can look at Disneyland's new ticket pricing structure at their website here. More information about the Magic Key annual pass replacement program is also available here

 
 
 
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