The previous time popular theme park Disneyland raised its ticket prices was 13 months ago. However, they are not stopping there, as Disney hiked admission fees for all its parks in California and Florida again. In 2011, one-day park-hopper ticket for both parks in Anaheim cost $105 and the same ticket rose to $125 in May 2012.
The prices have been further increased and the one-day hopper pass for Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure costs $137 for adults and $131 for ages between 3 and 9. Single-day admission to either of the parks has also been raised, from $87 to $92.
The increase is valid for annual passes as well, as the premium annual pass has been increased to $669, up from previous $649. Before the hike in 2012, premium annual passes for Disneyland California parks were $499. The park in Florida has not been exempt from hikes, as a single-day admission to the Magic Kingdom has been increased by $6, which is a jump to $95. Ticket prices are now $90 for other Florida parks like Animal Kingdom, Epcot and Hollywood studios.
The new admission prices took effect on June 2, 2013. After the announcement of yet another price hike, many Disney fans took to their Twitter accounts to express their anger.