It is now less expensive to travel to Paris than continue to be at Disneyland in Anaheim

Subsequent a whirlwind of issues from Disneygoers about very poor goods excellent, “berserking” price hikes and the latest determination to gut free of charge FastPasses in favor of paid out Lightning Lanes, a the latest report from KTLA’s sister station demonstrates that a journey to Disneyland in Anaheim is now almost two times as pricey as touring to Disney in Marne le Vallee, France.

This thirty day period, the outlet noted that it in June 2022, it fees a total of $4,571.50 for two people to remain at the Paradise Pier Resort – the most affordable Disney home vacation resort offered –  for six nights with 5 times of park tickets provided.  

Meanwhile, at Disneyland Paris, the lowest priced on-home hotel, the Resort Santa Fe, was quoted at $2,173.66 for 7 times of topic park tickets and a six-evening stay (no foods ended up additional on and no insurance policies was chosen). Even with a $1,456.74 flight from Los Angeles to Paris incorporated, the expertise would nonetheless arrive out to a grand total of $3,676.06.

Over-all, travelers in this scenario could save $895.44 by likely to Disneyland in Paris as an alternative of Anaheim. 


The soaring value of admission will come as no shock, particularly considering that the entertainment franchise dropped $710 million owing to COVID-19 disruptions and closures. 

In Oct 2021, Disney announced that setting up in March 2022, a sixth-degree ticket will be added to their tiered system. It will price tag site visitors $164 for a single-day, one-park ticket, and people who wish to pay a visit to both parks in a single working day will require to shell out $224 out of pocket. 

20-two yrs back, a single-working day ticket to Disneyland price just $41. Altered for inflation, that identical ticket would expense $62 today –making some company surprise where the magic has even long gone

Disney associates did not answer to SFGATE’s request for remark at the time this short article was created. 

SFGATE Managing Editor Katie Dowd contributed to this report.