- Premium AP: will go from $699 to $779 (with parking; no blackout dates)
- Deluxe AP: will go from $519 to $549 (no parking; with blackout dates)
- So Cal Select: will go from $289 to $299 (no parking; with blackout dates)
- So Cal: sales suspended; eligible renewals only
In May of 2014, not only did the Disney company raise their prices but they also stopped offering the standard So Cal AP. If you were able to renew this pass last year and are eligible for renewal, your price will go to $389. One interesting thing to note is that the parking add-on will no longer be an option for anything under a Premium AP. This means that all other passes will require payment for parking when visiting the park (currently starting at $15).
If you don’t have an annual pass and are thinking about purchasing tickets for a general visit, here is your breakdown:
- Adult, One-day ticket to Disneyland or California Adventure: will go from $96 to $99
- Child, One-day ticket to Disneyland or California Adventure: will go from $90 to $93
- One-day ticket park hopper add-on: will go from $54 to $56
So why the increase? One word: attendance. Due to the popularity of the AP program, more and more people have opted for the monthly payment option in exchange for visiting the park. What do you think about the increases? Will you renew your annual pass? Leave your comments down below and please share this article with your Disney-lovin’ family and friends.