Disneyland Resort Raising Prices up to 25%

Disneyland Resort Raising Prices up to 25%

Disneyland Resort Raising Prices up to 25%

The park's new, 14-acre themed Star Wars area is set to open this summer.

The Los Angeles Times reports price increases in recent years have not thinned the throngs at Disneyland and nearby California Adventure Park.

The least-expensive daily ticket rose 7.2% to US$104. Disneyland recently announced savings for Southern California residents purchasing 3-day passes.

Less than a year ago, the resort increased prices by up to 18 percent.

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Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, an attraction based on the long-running science fiction series, is scheduled at both Disneyland and Disney's Hollywood Studios park in Orlando, Florida.

The increases went into effect Sunday and come less than a year after the theme park raised prices more than eight percent on "peak days" for one-day, one-park tickets.

It will now cost more than $100 for a daily ticket and daily parking passes will cost $25, up from $20.

Monthly payments for the season passes can run as high as US$103, not including the down payment.

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