Visits to Disneyland and California Adventure will get more expensive beginning Sunday when new price increases take effect at the iconic theme parks.
The cheapest one-day tickets, or value tickets, to either park are increasing from $95 to $97.
Ticket prices for regular and peak days are increasing $5 — to $110 and $124, respectively.
The parks moved to a seasonal pricing system in February 2016, resulting in increased admission prices on most days and a small decrease on other days depending on demand.
The increased prices were done in the hopes of spreading out demand at the often packed theme park.
“Our pricing provides guests a range of options that allow us to better manage demand to maximize the guest experience and is reflective of the distinctly Disney offerings at all of our parks,” said Suzi Brown, director of media relations and external communications at the park.
Price increases will take effect Sunday. The single park and park hopper tickets will be adjusted between $2 and $5, based on the seasonal price.
One park tickets
Value: increase from $95 to $97
Regular: increase from $105 to $110
Peak: increase from $119 to $124
Park hopper tickets
Value: increase from $155 to $157
Regular: increase from $160 to $165
Peak: increase from $169 to $174
In addition to the single-day prices, the SoCal Select, SoCal and Deluxe annual passes will increase between $10 and $20.
The SoCal Select and SoCal passes will increase by $10 each: from $329 to $339 for select and $459 to $469 for SoCal. Deluxe passes will increase from $599 to $619.
Prices for the Signature, Signature Plus and Premiere Passport passes will not change.
The cost of parking is also going up, from $18 to $20.
The new increases come as a major part of Disneyland remains closed for construction of the new Star Wars land, which isn’t scheduled to open until 2019. The park has brought back the popular Main Street Electrical Parade, however, and new attractions are scheduled to open at California Adventure this year.