After Disneyland will reopen on June 15th, admission prices for California residents will be reduced for a limited time, and visitors from both in and out of the state are welcome.
Tuesday, Disneyland announced It is planned to lower the fare for California residents to $83 after the fare increase in early 2020.
However, these new low prices pose a problem, as in-state residents must purchase a three-day standard theme park ticket package for $249 to receive a discount. Child and adult fares are the same, and the three-day Park Hopper package price is $304.
Visitors will also have the opportunity to cash out at some discounted prices, but they must be willing to buy four-day tickets for $85 each.in spite of Disney land Children under the age of three do not need tickets, and tickets for children between three and nine years old are $5 cheaper.
In February 2020, Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park has raised ticket prices. Although the $104 rate for slow days has remained the same, the peak days have increased.
For peak periods such as weekends, the adult fare increases from US$149 to US$154. At the same time, the price of the park funnel rose to more than $200. deadline It is estimated that a family of four can spend nearly $1,000 on a day trip, after calculating parking fees and food prices.
California residents must use discounted Disneyland tickets before September 30, and they need to show a valid ID that can prove residency. Eligible residents can purchase up to 5 tickets per day with a valid ID.