Single-day visitors to Disneyland Resort theme parks will pay $3 more starting Sunday.
The theme parks are hiking their prices as they have done at least once a year for the past five years. The new cost for a single-day pass will increase to $72 for adults and $62 for kids.
This time, the price of the annual passes will go up the most — $40 more for the premium pass that allows entrance every day.
Suzi Brown, a Disneyland spokeswoman, said that the economy didn’t sway Disney officials to shy away from price increase this year. However, annual passholders can still use a monthly payment plan to help pay for their passes.
“Our pricing is based on the value of the experience we deliver,” Brown said.
Here are some of the new prices:
Single ticket adult: $72 (from $69)
Single park child, ages 3 to 9: $62 (from $59)
Premium annual pass: $429 (from $389)
Deluxe annual pass: $289 (from $269)
Southern California annual pass: $194 (from $174)
Southern California Select annual pass: $144 (from $134)
Other recent Disneyland Resort items: