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Deeper Pockets For Disneyland, Ticket Prices Go Up
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The news hits like a queasy-making twirl around the Tea Cups -- the cost of Disneyland's annual 2-day ticket deal for Southern California residents has gone up.
The promotion -- which began yesterday and provides passes good for visits to Disneyland one day and California Adventure another day --went from $72 to the current price of $99. A "Park Hopper" bonus upgrade is available for an additional $10 and permits back and forth visits on both days. One day, one-park tickets are $76.
With an increase in price comes an increase in flexibility, however. Last year, the two-for-one deal required guests to visit both parks within 30 days of each other. This year’s ticket can be used at either park (two trips to the same park or one trip to each) any time between now and May 14, 2011.
This price hike comes during a billion dollar upgrade to California Adventure, so check the closure calendar before planning your outing. Also, if a blizzard hits the country, you may want to reschedule lest you be shut out of the happiest place on Earth.
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