Disneyland Tickets Just Saw Their Biggest Price Increase Ever

It might be the most magical place on earth, but it’s certainly not the cheapest.

Disneyland in Anaheim, California has just announced what appears to be their biggest ticket price increase yet. The cost of buying a single or multi-day pass to visit the park has spiked by up to 10%.

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Previously, a one-day regular season pass cost $117. Now, the same pass will cost $129. The three-day pass with Park Hopper that used to cost $330 per person will now cost $355. The cost of a premier annual pass has also rocketed, climbing from $1,579 to $1,949.

This new pricing may be a response to the impending opening of Disney’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge attraction and record crowds at its theme parks. Either way, Disney fans can expect their wallets to be a little lighter in 2019.