Disney themes park have announced higher entry prices. A one-day pass to both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park in Anaheim now costs $92.
Walt Disney theme parks are among the most population destinations on this planet.
But visiting them now would make a bit larger dent in your pocket.
The themes parks in both Florida and California are going to increase entry prices. A one-day pass to both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park in Anaheim now costs $92 for guests aged 10 and older. That is $5 more than the previous ticket price.
While that may not sound like too much, delving into the recent history shows that the day pass price has increased by almost 30 percent since early 2010. Three years ago, it was only $72 to get in.
A price increase went into effect in August 2010. It was raised yet again in June of 2011 and May of 2012.
A spokesperson at the company stated “Higher costs were driven by new guest offerings, including investments in systems infrastructure at Walt Disney World Resort and resort expansion at Disneyland Resort, as well as labor and other cost inflation.”
What do you think about the higher admission price?