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Disneyland Raises Ticket Prices
The happiest place on Earth? Maybe. But definitely not the cheapest.
Disneyland just raised "one day, one park" ticket prices $4 to a whopping $96 for visitors 10 and up. To get into both Disneyland and California Adventure on the same day, tickets are up $13 to a mind-numbing $150. Disney also got rid of the popular Southern California annual pass, which is now only available to those who already have it - they can renew it at an increased price of $379, KTLA reports. (The Southern California Select annual pass is still available for $289, but it doesn't get you in on weekends.)
Parking is also up to $17 now for a car or motorcycle.
Disneyland typically warns people of price increases in advance, but this time it went unmentioned. Thankfully, it is still free to go to Echo Park Lake and lay on a blanket under a tree with a book.
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