HIKE THE PRICE How to prevent overcrowding
Posted on 10/06/2015 | About California
Disney is raising prices for annual pass holders to its Disneyland and California Adventure parks. The park says the move is meant to prevent overcrowding.
An anytime pass, which used to cost $779, now costs $1,049. That pass comes with free parking and unlimited downloads of park photos. Disney spokeswoman Suzi Brown told the Los Angeles Times a restricted version of the pass sells for $849 but has two weeks of blackout days, including the Christmas and New Year's holiday seasons, the park's most popular dates. The park says the move is meant to prevent overcrowding. Prices of most other annual passes also went up.
The anytime-anywhere pass, good any day at parks in Anaheim, California, and Florida, rose 31 percent to $1,439. Parking went up $1 to $18, but the single-day admission price of $99 remained the same.