Disneyland raises tickte price

Added On February 13, 2018

The Disneyland Resorts Sunday raised tickets prices at Walt Disney World in Orlando and at Disneyland in California for most admissions, with annual pass hiking as much as 18 percent.
According to its official website, daily tickets for California Adventure, a Disneyland theme park located in Anaheim, 40 kilometers east of Los Angeles, vary in price, depending on daily demand.
A one-day, one-park adult ticket remains 97 U.S. dollars for low-demand days, while a ticket for regular demand days is 117 U.S. dollars, up from 110 U.S. dollars. 
The price of a ticket on peak demand days is 135 U.S. dollars, up from 124 U.S. dollars.
As for annual passes, the least-expensive pass costs 729 U.S. dollars, up from 619 U.S. dollars. 
Former Signature pass costs 849 U.S. dollars, which includes free parking, goes up to 999 U.S. dollars.
The most expensive Signature Plus pass, with free parking and an online app to board rides faster, is now 1,149 U.S. dollars.
Sunday's move was widely expected as the park prepares for the 2019 opening of its much-anticipated "Star Wars" land.
The 1-billion dollars cost "Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge" is the biggest expansion project at Disneyland The new land. 
It features two rides and a landscape inspired by the popular Star Wars franchise.