WDW isn't the only ones raising ticket prices...
In response to Darkbeer's newspaper article about WDW prices going up for the New Year in the News forum... so are Disneyland's.
Based on information gleened off the Disneyland.com website, ticket prices for 2006 are as follows:
1-Day, 1-Park - Unknown at this time.
1-Day Park Hoppers - Unknown at this time.
2-Day Park Hoppers - $116.00 for ages 10+ and $96.00 for children 3-9
3-Day Park Hoppers - $169.00 for ages 10+ and $139.00 for children 3-9 ($20 off these prices if you order online through Disneyland.com)
4-Day Park Hoppers - $199.00 for ages 10+ and $169.00 for children 3-9 ($30 off these prices if you order online)
5-Day Park Hoppers - $219.00 for ages 10+ and $189.00 for children 3-9 ($40 off these prices if you order online)
3-Day/4-Day/5-Day Park Hoppers or more still gets one early entry access into Disneyland Park.
Southern California CityPass will be changing to a 3-Day Park Hopper to DLR (with one early entry access into Disneyland Park), 1-Day at Universal Studios (instead of Knott's Theme Park), 1-Day at Sea World Adventure Park, and a choice between 1-Day at San Diego Zoo or the San Diego Wild Animal Park - $199.00 for ages 10+ and $159.00 for children 3-9.
Now for visits in the period of January 3rd and April 24th, you can get ages 10+ 3-Day/4-Day/5-Day Park Hoppers for the children's price if you order them online (I believe our Disney Desks will have them available as well as all packages booked through Walt Disney Travel / AAA). I highly doubt they will be available at the Main Entrance Box Office.