Ticket Price Increases for Disneyland Announced

darph nader

<font color=green>Went APE-CRAZY with suvies<br><f
Joined
Jan 30, 2006
Well,,,looks like this will be our last trip to Disneyland. :sad2:

and please don't give me this,"It's sooo worth it". No it aint.
 

Kittyskyfish

Ohio Dis Fans!
Joined
Apr 3, 2009
Yikes! I'm so glad I read this thread! I just purchased our 6-day Hopper passes for November. *whew*
 

mrsw94

DIS Veteran
Joined
Aug 18, 2010
So glad I saw this. We are planning on getting 6 day hoppers for Oct. We'll be getting them tonight! Is the Disneyland site the best place, or should I go somewhere else? We need 7 adults and 1 kid.
Thanks!
 

lwilkison

Mouseketeer
Joined
Aug 24, 2010
6-day park hoppers are discontinued.
Any idea why they are discontinuing?:scratchin We always do 6 days- we have a trip planned for this October so I guess I am putting a call in to my travel agent to purchase tomorrow! :sad:

We always take lots of time @ DLR/DCA...but I guess the next time we go we could ad in another adventure instead of 6 days @ DLR:sad2:

I knew the prices would jump, but OUCH!:eek:
 
  • yakkin' yeti

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Jun 2, 2008
    Thank you so much for the heads-up! Just got our tickets from aRes for August. Saved $25 per person off this year's rates on 6-day hoppers. I would have been sick to my stomach if I'd missed the window.
     

    mrsw94

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Aug 18, 2010
    Looks like Ares is the cheapest for Hoppers. Even with the fees they are still cheaper than the DL website. Just called my FIL and he's ordering them! Whewh!
     

    arthur06

    DDC #689
    Joined
    Oct 26, 2008
    We are going to DLR in November.

    TicketsAtWork is:

    $209 on a 4 day hopper for adults
    $199 on a 4 day hopper for children
    $57.65 for sales tax

    Total - $867.65

    The link was for
    $275 on a 4 day hopper for adults
    $255 on a 4 day hopper for children

    Total - $1060, not sure if the Disney Price includes tax.

    Saving at least $190 on 4 tickets, yes please!
     
  • Disneyluvr2

    I'll never out grow the kids table!
    Joined
    Sep 19, 2007
    So can they just buy a new one and not activate it til later?
    That's what I'm wondering too. If my pass expires in July, is there anyway to just buy a new one today and activate it when I go in Sept??? I really want to save some money!!
     

    8timesblessed

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Jan 4, 2010
    Wow I'm so glad I decided to come to the DIS tonight! We are going in December and need 5 adult and 3 kids tickets, two of us already have annual passes. I will be calling AAA tomorrow hoping they are open. I want the extra perks from them.
     

    cgh

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    May 24, 2011
    How does this work with vacation packages? If we have a vacation package through disney not paid in full would we need to pay in full by tomorrow? Will the total package price go up on Sunday?

    And then, if we want a 6 day hopper, do we need to tell them by tomorrow? Or only pay for everything with the 6 day hopper?
     

    motor58

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Oct 22, 2009
    I should probably just post another thread-but these new prices are they for the tix that you buy the day of in the parks, or the early purchase online price?

    The park hoppers really went up in price-curious if that is the rate you pay at the parks or not.

    Amazing to think the same tix I am looking at now would go up that much on Sunday.....
     

    FoodLover

    Founder of MouseSavers.com
    Joined
    Dec 19, 2000
    If my pass expires in July, is there anyway to just buy a new one today and activate it when I go in Sept??? I really want to save some money!!
    YES. Buy a new pass online at Disneyland.com and you'll receive a voucher good for one year. You do not have to pay the upgraded price when you activate the voucher at the park.

    The only AP you can't do this with is the Premier Pass, which is only sold in person.

    Mary
    MouseSavers.com
     

    FoodLover

    Founder of MouseSavers.com
    Joined
    Dec 19, 2000
    How does this work with vacation packages? If we have a vacation package through disney not paid in full would we need to pay in full by tomorrow? Will the total package price go up on Sunday?

    And then, if we want a 6 day hopper, do we need to tell them by tomorrow? Or only pay for everything with the 6 day hopper?
    Normally if you've paid your deposit on a package, the price is locked in. Actually the package prices are usually locked in through the end of the year regardless: the ticket prices within packages shouldn't go up until 2013, even on new package bookings after 5/20.

    Mary
    MouseSavers.com
     

    Zbugz

    Thinking about In n Out Burgers and Sunshine
    Joined
    Apr 6, 2012
    How does this work with vacation packages? If we have a vacation package through disney not paid in full would we need to pay in full by tomorrow? Will the total package price go up on Sunday?

    And then, if we want a 6 day hopper, do we need to tell them by tomorrow? Or only pay for everything with the 6 day hopper?
    popcorn::

    I am wondering this, too.
     

    HeyItsNickCA

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Feb 21, 2012
    This sucks. 3 day park-hopper tickets from 198 to 250. Big increase, especially when you buy for a whole family.
     

    canadian_ehngel

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Feb 9, 2010
    I'm SO glad we bought our 6-day park hoppers today! I paid $880 for 2 adults and 2 kids (CAD). I'm a huge Disney fanatic, and would pay almost any price, as long as I had time to save up and talk some sense into my hubby!
     


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