How Much Do Disneyland Lockers Cost?
Disneyland lockers are just like the lockers that are offered at any theme park or large public area. Disney parks provide the lockers in various areas throughout the park, and each area may differ slightly in price. There are lockers that come in different sizes and functions as well. For example, some lockers are “charging lockers,” which means that they have an outlet inside where you can charge something such as cell phone while keeping it safe.
How much does it cost?
- According to Disney.com, locker rentals are available for $7, $10, $11, $12 and $15 per day, depending on the locker size.
- On average, Disneyland lockers cost $7 – $15 a day, depending on the size. The special charging lockers are priced at $2 an hour. They also add that at Walt Disney World, small lockers rent for $7 a day, while large lockers rent for $9 a day.
- At Downtown Disney, lockers are charged $1.00 (four quarters) per locker opening. Lockers located at the water parks charge for $8 a day, while a large one rents for $10 a day. Small mailbox-like lockers cost $0.50 per opening.
What is going to be included?
- Renting a locker at Disney California Adventure requires a single payment, which pays for the entire day and allows users unlimited access to the locker without further charges.
- Depending on the lockers, most will either take quarters and dollar bills, while some can accept credit cards.
- Small lockers measure 16” x 9” x 11” (depth, width, height). Large lockers measure 22” x 12” x 17”. The Downtown Disney lockers measure 17” x 9” x 16”. At the water parks, small lockers measure 11” x 9” x 16” while big lockers measure 17” x 9” x 16”. The mailbox-like lockers have a measurement of 4” x 3” x 5”.
What are the extra costs?
- At Walt Disney World, a key fee of $5 will be charged, which will be refunded when the locker key is returned at the end of the day.
- If you are being charged per hour, you will have to pay for any additional time that you use.
Tips to know:
- Locker availability can be limited. On busy days, the lockers are almost always filled by noon at the latest. Lockers located outside the park have greater availability.
- During the busiest times of the year, it is best to rent a locker early in the day.
- Those who go on the Wild Africa Trek at the Animal Kingdom are given special lockers with no additional charge.
- The charging lockers, which are operated through a kiosk, require the first hour rental rate of $2 to be paid in advance. If you return after the initial hour is up, you will need to pay the additional time in order to reopen the locker.
- Lockers are cleaned out every night. Items left will either be disposed of or sent to lost and found.
- When you are inside a theme park, the cost of drinks and snacks can be very high. If you pack a few bottles of water and a few small snacks and then store them in a locker, the cost of the locker can actually save you money of the cost of food and drink.
How can I save money?
- Coin-operated lockers that cost only a dollar (four quarters) are located in various spots in the vicinity of Walt Disney World. Although they charge an additional dollar every time the locker is opened, this can mean savings since most folks are not likely to open the locker more than seven times a day.
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