The cost of a single sort of superior Disney theme parks’ day pass has taken above the 200 mark for the first time.

The so called hopper ticket, that allows fans see Disneyland and neighboring Disney California Adventure, currently prices $209 on summit, typically weekends, up from $199. It is a part of a brand new five-tier pricing program which costs more when demand is strongest and comes months after a significant expansion.

Moves in Disney’s park ticket costs are among those few stories covered both as avidly from the Hollywood trade press, business books and websites out of Travel + Leisure as well as The Points Guys.

The cost of two-park hopper tickets on low-demand days climbed to $159 from $154.

The cost of a fundamental one-day ticket to see Disneyland or California Adventure is level in $104. It climbed to $154 from $149 on peak days.

The MaxPass, that lets individuals jump lines by digitally booking reservations, climbed to $20 from $15. MaxPass currently includes 20 attractions and rides. Two were inserted Tuesday — Autopia at Disneyland and Dragon, Inc.. Mike and Sulley to the Rescue, in Disney California Adventure. Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run is going to be used shortly, according to the organization’s website.

The most affordable yearly pass, the Select Pass, climbed 5 percent to $419 from $399. The priciest yearly pass, including parks in Anaheim and Orlando with no blackout dates, went upward 13 percent, to $2,199 from $1,949.

Ticket prices were raised just more than a year ago before the introduction of 1 billion-plus Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge growth — a grim alien spaceport spanning 14 acres.

Disney’s newest quarterly earnings revealed an 8 percent uptick in park earnings and a 2% bump in presence.

The parks branch generally is facing a hard headwinds since the mortal Coronavirus epidemic in China caused Disney to briefly sailed parks in Shanghai and Hong Kong.