With summer vacation season heating up, Disney has increased ticket prices at its resorts in California and Florida.
Over the weekend, Disney upped the price of a one-day adult ticket at either Disneyland and Disney California Adventure by $5 to $92 and a kids ticket to $87, also up $5. One-day park hopper passes now cost $137, up from $125. Buyers of annual passes will also see a price increase, with Southern California residents no longer receiving discounts.
At Walt Disney World, adult admission to the Magic Kingdom — Disney’s most popular theme park around the world — rose $6 to $95, while those for kids age 3-9 is $89. Single-day tickets to Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom costs $90 and $84, for adults and kids, respectively.
Disney said the increase was the result of “a variety of factors,” but still represented “a great value” given the attractions and entertainment offered at the parks.
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