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Regular Disneyland Admission Prices

Disneyland Admission prices last went up January 6, 2019.

Listed below are the full Disneyland admission prices and Disneyland annual pass prices you will pay at the theme park ticket booths. Theme park tickets and annual passports are not subject to tax in California.

Substantial advance-purchase discounts are available on multi-day tickets. Make sure to consult our comprehensive guide to Disneyland ticket discounts.

With a 1-Park Per Day Ticket, you cannot visit both parks on the same day. If you buy a 2-Day or longer 1-Park Per Day Ticket, you can visit one park one day, and the other park another day. With a Park Hopper Ticket, you can visit both parks on each day.

Disneyland Ticket Price Tiers for 1-day Tickets

Disneyland has price tiers for 1-day tickets, where tickets cost more on busier days. The three tiers are Value, Regular and Peak. Value dates are mostly weekdays (M-Th) in the off season. Peak dates are mostly holiday seasons including Christmas, Thanksgiving and spring break, plus midsummer weekends (F-Su). All other dates are Regular.

You can use a Regular ticket on Value days as well, and you can use a Peak ticket on any day, but you can’t get a refund of the difference in cost if you use, say, a Peak ticket on a Value date. You can upgrade a Value or Regular ticket if you decide to go on a higher-tier day, by paying the price difference at any ticket booth or Guest Services location.

Multi-day (2-day and longer) tickets do not have tiers, and you can use them on any day of the year.

Basic Disneyland Admission Prices

There is no tax on theme park tickets in California, so the prices below are the total price charged at the gate or via advance purchase on Disneyland.com.

One Park Per Day (no park hopping allowed):

Ticket TypeAges 10+Ages 3-9
1-Day, 1 Park Ticket (Value)$104$98
1-Day, 1 Park Ticket (Regular)$129$122
1-Day, 1 Park Ticket (Peak)$149$141
2-Day, 1 Park Per Day Ticket$225$210
3-Day, 1 Park Per Day Ticket$300$280
4-Day, 1 Park Per Day Ticket$325$305
5-Day, 1 Park Per Day Ticket$340$320

Park Hopper (visit both parks each day):

Ticket TypeAges 10+Ages 3-9
1-Day Park Hopper Ticket (Value)$154$148
1-Day Park Hopper Ticket (Regular)$179$172
1-Day Park Hopper Ticket (Peak)$199$191
2-Day Park Hopper Ticket$280$265
3-Day Park Hopper Ticket$355$335
4-Day Park Hopper Ticket$380$360
5-Day Park Hopper Ticket$395$375

Disneyland Annual Pass Prices

To see all known discounts on Disneyland annual passes, take a look at our Disneyland ticket discounts page.

Disneyland calls their annual passes “annual passports.” All Disneyland Annual Passports give you admission to both parks. The options are:

  • Southern California Select Annual Passport ($399; no renewal discount) Only available to residents of Southern California (ZIP codes 90000-93599). This weekdays-only pass is valid 170 pre-selected off-peak days of the year. All holidays, Saturdays and Sundays are blocked out, as well as peak periods such as midsummer, the winter holidays and spring break. Discounted tickets on blockout days have been discontinued. This pass offers some restaurant and shopping discounts. You can add unlimited MaxPass to this pass for $100/year. A parking pass, valid the same days as the annual passport, costs $219 extra. The parking add-on is currently only available for renewal; new ones cannot be purchased.
  • Southern California Annual Passport ($599*; no renewal discount) Only available to residents of Southern California (ZIP codes 90000-93599). *This passport is currently only available for renewal; new ones cannot be purchased. Valid 225 pre-selected off-peak days of the year. All holidays and Saturdays are blocked out, as well as peak periods such as midsummer, the winter holidays and spring break. Unlike the Southern California Select pass, you are able to visit on off-season Sundays with this pass. Discounted tickets on blockout days have been discontinued. This pass offers some restaurant and shopping discounts. You can add unlimited MaxPass to this pass for $100/year. A parking pass, valid the same days as the annual passport, costs $219 extra. The parking add-on is currently only available for renewal; new ones cannot be purchased.
  • Flex Annual Passport ($599; no renewal discount) This passport is technically valid for 350 days of the year (every day except for 15 days around Christmas/New Years), but on busier days like weekends, holidays, and spring break, you have to make a reservation in advance in order to use your passport. On less-busy days, no reservation is necessary – you just show up and use your passport. You can check Disney’s annual pass blackout calendar to see which days are blacked out, which require a reservation, and which are “Good To Go.” You can make reservations as much as 30 days in advance, and as little as 1 day in advance (but not for the same day). There are a limited number of reservations available each day, so there’s no guarantee you will be able to get one for any specific day. You can only have up to 2 reservation days active at any one time. To reserve a new day, you have to use or cancel one of your existing reservations to free up a slot. There is a penalty for reserving days and then not showing up – after three no-shows, you are not allowed to make any reservations for the next 30 days. This pass offers some restaurant and shopping discounts. You can add unlimited MaxPass to this pass for $100/year.
  • Deluxe Annual Passport ($799; no renewal discount) Valid 315 pre-selected days of the year. Holidays and peak-season Saturdays are blocked out (this varies each year plus or minus a few days depending on the way holidays fall). This pass offers some restaurant and shopping discounts. You can add unlimited MaxPass to this pass for $100/year. A parking pass, valid the same days as the annual passport, costs $219 extra. The parking add-on is currently only available for renewal; new ones cannot be purchased.
  • Signature Passport ($1,149; no renewal discount) Valid 350 pre-selected days of the year. Two weeks over Christmas/New Years is blocked out. Includes free parking and many restaurant and shopping discounts. You can add unlimited MaxPass to this pass for $100/year. This is essentially equivalent to the Signature Plus Passport, but with Christmas blacked out and no MaxPass (which means no free PhotoPass as well).
  • Signature Plus Passport (formerly called “Premium Annual Passport”) ($1,399; no renewal discount) No blockout days. With this pass, you can visit both of the parks 365 days a year if you wish! Includes free parking and many restaurant and shopping discounts, and free MaxPass (which includes free PhotoPass downloads).
  • Premier Passport ($2,167.22; no renewal discount) Good for one year of unlimited admission at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World. It offers the same privileges and discounts as a Signature Plus Passport at Disneyland (see above) and a Platinum Plus Pass at Walt Disney World.

12-Month Disneyland Annual Pass Payment Program for California Residents

California residents can pay for an Annual Passport in 12 monthly installments. By selecting the payment option, guests will pay for the cost of a 1-Day, 1-Park ticket upon purchase and will pay the remaining amount over the next 12 months, with no finance charges applied. The Monthly Payment program for Annual Passports is offered only to California residents within the 90000-96199 zip codes. All Disneyland-only Annual Passport options are available through the program, including Premium, Deluxe, Southern California and Southern California Select Annual Passports, but not the Premier Passport.