Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge expansion is finally opening this summer, and the Happiest Place on Earth is adjusting its prices accordingly in anticipation of the increased attendance. For the first time, the cheapest daily ticket will cost visitors more than $100.
A one-day, single-park ticket to Disneyland is now $104 per person for low-demand days, while tickets for regular- and peak-demand days will cost more—up to $149 for high-demand days. The rates for annual passes and parking will increase as well.
The cheapest one-day ticket to Disney World in Florida is currently $109 per person. Disney World’s Star Wars land is opening in the fall, so there’s still a chance the Florida prices will jump up as well, even though they went up as recently as last October.
If you want to ride the Millennium Falcon and eat a Mickey-shaped ice cream bar on Planet Batuu, you better start saving now!
h/t CBS News