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How Much Do Disneyland Annual Passes Cost in 2020?

Disneyland Raised Its Prices For Annual Passes in 2020 — Here's How Much They Cost Now

Disneyland has never been cheap (at least in the last decade or so), but the Happiest Place on Earth is going to be even more expensive in 2020 with the recently upped annual pass prices. Here's the new breakdown:

Disney Premier ($2,199)

  • Access to all Disneyland and Walt Disney World parks
  • No blockout dates
  • Parking included
  • Disney MaxPass included
  • Dining and merchandise discounts

Disney Signature Plus Passport ($1,449)

  • No blockout dates
  • Parking included
  • Disney MaxPass included
  • Dining and merchandise discounts

Disney Signature Passport ($1,199)

  • Blockout dates: Dec. 21-Jan. 4
  • Parking included
  • MaxPass can be added for $125 or $20 per day
  • Dining and merchandise discounts

Disney Deluxe Passport ($829)

  • Blockout dates: Feb. 15-16, all Saturdays from March 14-Aug. 15, April 10, May 24, June 5-7 and 12-14, June 19-Aug. 16, Sept. 5-6, all Saturdays in October except Oct. 31, Nov. 26-28, all Saturdays from Dec. 5-Jan. 9, Dec. 20-Jan. 4
  • MaxPass can be added for $125 or $20 per day
  • Dining and merchandise discounts

Disney Flex Passport ($649)

  • Reservation-required dates include all weekends, holidays, and other high-traffic days
  • Blockout dates: Dec. 21-Jan. 4
  • MaxPass can be added for $125 or $20 per day
  • Dining and merchandise discounts

SoCal Select ($419)

  • Valid only for Southern California residents living in ZIP codes 90000 to 93599
  • Blockout dates include all weekends, holidays, and other high-traffic days (valid for 143 days from Feb. 2020 to Jan. 2021)
  • MaxPass can be added for $125 or $20 per day
  • Dining and merchandise discounts

With the recently opened Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance attraction, Disney's Southern California theme park is the hot ticket in town — and it's only getting hotter. Similar to last year when the park raised prices to cut down on crowds ahead of the highly anticipated opening of Stars Wars: Galaxy's Edge, a Marvel-themed land called "Avengers Campus" will be opening this Summer.

According to an annual attendance study by the Los Angeles consulting firm Aecom and Themed Entertainment Assn., a trade group for theme park designers and producers, Disneyland brought in 18.7 million visitors in 2018. And despite a dip in numbers in 2019, the park hit capacity during the busy 2019 holiday season. A Disneyland spokesperson said the number of pass holders has increased by 250 percent since Disney California Adventure opened in 2001, and unofficial Disney blogs estimate there are currently around one million pass holders.

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The higher prices may help keep the busy Summer and holiday seasons from getting out of hand, but we have a feeling that many diehard fans aren't going anywhere.

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