Regular Disneyland Admission Prices

Disneyland Admission prices last went up February 11, 2020.

Listed below are the full Disneyland admission prices you will pay at the theme park ticket booths. Theme park tickets are not subject to tax in California. 

Special note: A theme park reservation is required for the first park you visit. Before buying tickets, check the theme park reservation calendar to make sure you can get into the parks you want to visit, then buy your tickets and link them to your Disney account, then go back to the park reservation calendar to lock in your park reservations. If your plans change, you can change your park reservations later, assuming there’s availability at the park you want to switch to. Park hopping is available from 1:00 pm until park closing; read more about how Park Hopper currently works

Substantial advance-purchase discounts are available on multi-day tickets. Make sure to consult our comprehensive guide to Disneyland ticket discounts.

Disneyland Ticket Price Tiers for 1-day Tickets

Disneyland has price tiers for 1-day tickets, where tickets cost more on busier days. There are 5 tiers, with the cheapest tickets available for midweek dates in the very off season, and the most expensive for summer weekends and holidays.

You can use a higher-tier ticket on a lower-tier day but you can’t get a refund of the difference in cost if you use, say, a Tier 1 ticket on a Tier 2 date. You can upgrade a lower-tier ticket if you decide to go on a higher-tier day, by paying the price difference at any ticket booth or Guest Services location.

Multi-day (2-day and longer) tickets do not have tiers, and you can use them on any day of the year.

Basic Disneyland Admission Prices

There is no tax on theme park tickets in California, so the prices below are the total price charged at the gate or via advance purchase on Disneyland.com.

With a 1-Park Per Day Ticket, you cannot visit both parks on the same day. If you buy a 2-Day or longer 1-Park Per Day Ticket, you can visit one park one day, and the other park another day. With a Park Hopper Ticket, you can visit both parks on each day.

One Park Per Day (no park hopping allowed):

Ticket TypeAges 10+Ages 3-9
1-Day, 1 Park Ticket (Tier 1)$104$98
1-Day, 1 Park Ticket (Tier 2)$114$108
1-Day, 1 Park Ticket (Tier 3)$124$117
1-Day, 1 Park Ticket (Tier 4)$139$132
1-Day, 1 Park Ticket (Tier 5)$154$146
2-Day, 1 Park Per Day Ticket$235$220
3-Day, 1 Park Per Day Ticket$310$290
4-Day, 1 Park Per Day Ticket$340$320
5-Day, 1 Park Per Day Ticket$360$340

Park Hopper (visit both parks each day):

Ticket TypeAges 10+Ages 3-9
1-Day Park Hopper Ticket (Tier 1)$159$153
1-Day Park Hopper Ticket (Tier 2)$169$163
1-Day Park Hopper Ticket (Tier 3)$179$172
1-Day Park Hopper Ticket (Tier 4)$194$187
1-Day Park Hopper Ticket (Tier 5)$209$201
2-Day Park Hopper Ticket$290$275
3-Day Park Hopper Ticket$365$345
4-Day Park Hopper Ticket$395$375
5-Day Park Hopper Ticket$415$395

Disneyland Annual Pass Information

Disneyland has a new annual pass program. The new passes are called “Magic Key Passes” and for the most part they work like the old “Annual Passports” and have similar price points, with varying amounts of blackout dates.

The key difference for the new Magic Key Passes versus the previous passes is that even with the highest level pass, you have to reserve dates you want to visit in advance. You can book reservations starting up to 90 days in advance all the way up until the day you visit, if reservations are available. You can cancel a reservation up to the day before arrival with no penalty. Each pass has a different number of outstanding dates you can have booked – once you have booked that many dates in the future, you can’t reserve any more until you actually consume a date or cancel a reservation. Also, Disney greatly frowns on booking dates in the future without intending to actually attend. If you don’t show for you reservation enough times, Disney reserves the right to suspend your ability to use your pass. Reports are that no-showing three times in 90 days will get your pass suspended for 30 days, but Disney will make adjustments as needed over time.

Disneyland Magic Key Pass Options:

Dream Key – $1399 (no current renewal discount). This pass allows you to visit Disneyland or California Adventure any day of the year (as long as you can get a park reservation for the days you want). You can have up to 6 days of park reservations outstanding at any one time with this pass. This pass comes with FREE parking, 20% off most merchandise purchased in the parks or in Disney-run stores in Downtown Disney, and 15% off most food and beverage in the parks and in Downtown Disney. California residents can pay for this pass in monthly installments for no additional charge.

Believe Key – $949 (no current renewal discount). This pass allows you to visit Disneyland or California Adventure on 317 specific days (as long as you can get a park reservation for the days you want). Christmas season, peak spring break and a few peak weekends are blocked out. You can have up to 6 days of park reservations outstanding at any one time with this pass. This pass comes with 50% off parking, 10% off most merchandise purchased in the parks or in Disney-run stores in Downtown Disney, and 10% off most food and beverage in the parks and in Downtown Disney. California residents can pay for this pass in monthly installments for no additional charge.

Enchant Key – $649 (no current renewal discount). This pass allows you to visit Disneyland or California Adventure on 216 specific days (as long as you can get a park reservation for the days you want). Christmas season, spring break, most of summer and multiple peak weekends are blocked out. You can have up to 4 days of park reservations outstanding at any one time with this pass. This pass comes with 10% off most merchandise purchased in the parks or in Disney-run stores in Downtown Disney, and 10% off most food and beverage in the parks and in Downtown Disney. California residents can pay for this pass in monthly installments for no additional charge.

Imagine Key – $399 (no current renewal discount). Reserved only for Southern California residents (must live in a zip code between 90000-93599). This pass allows you to visit Disneyland or California Adventure on 147 specific days (as long as you can get a park reservation for the days you want). All holidays, summer, and almost all weekend days are blocked out; it’s mostly valid for Monday to Thursday in off-peak seasons. You can have up to 2 days of park reservations outstanding at any one time with this pass. This pass comes with 10% off most merchandise purchased in the parks or in Disney-run stores in Downtown Disney, and 10% off most food and beverage in the parks and in Downtown Disney. California residents can pay for this pass in monthly installments for no additional charge.