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Disneyland Raises Ticket & Parking Prices Today. So, What (Else) Can You Do?

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Going to Disneyland got a little bit more expensive today, as the theme park raised its ticket and parking prices.A single ticket is now $76, up $4 from the price hiked to $72 in August 2009. Annual pass holders found their prices raised last year, again in January 2010, and will see an increase in $15-30 as of today, depending on the kind of pass purchased. Parking at the "Happiest Place on Earth" was upped by $1 per car, too.

Don't want to pay the piper to see the world's most well-known Mouse? The OC Register compiled a list of 25 things you can do in SoCal for the same price as one admission to Disneyland. They've included things like "Get 7 people or more into the Orange County Fair ($10 adults, $7 kids)," and "Take 6 people to the Aquarium of the Pacific in the evening until Sept. 5 ($12 per person)" among many other family-oriented options.

Previously
- Free Birthdays at the House Mickey Built Ended with 2009
- LAistory: Price of Happiness Now $69: A Quick Look at the History of the Cost of a Trip to Anaheim's Disneyland