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Disneyland Raises Ticket Prices AGAIN

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The measlesiest happiest place on earth just raised their ticket prices again. And it still doesn't come with a measles vaccine!Disneyland ticked up their single day, single park admission prices up $3, making the adult (ages 10 and up) tickets $99 now. Children's tickets are now at $93, and the add-on that would allow admission to both Disneyland and California Adventure raised from $54 to $56, meaning an adult ticket good for both parks in the same day is now $155. Oh, and the annual pass? Up a whopping $80 from $699 to $779, according to KTLA. Woof.

Walt Disney World, in Florida, broke through the triple-digit glass ceiling and then some. Tickets to that park are now $105.

Still, it probably won't stop people from lining up. "A day at a Disney Park is unlike any other in the world, and there is strong demand for our attractions and entertainment," said a spokeswoman in an email statement. At the very least, Mitt Romney can still afford a day at the park.

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