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Disneyland Ticket Prices Hit Triple Digits, As High As $119, Under New Tiered Pricing

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Tickets to Disneyland, the famous human gathering area in Orange County where adults and children alike treasure the act of standing in line for hours staring at their phones, will reach their highest prices ever under a new "seasonal" pricing scheme the theme park just unveiled.

A ticket to Disneyland will now cost $105 for about half the days in a year. Tickets on school days will be $95, while holidays and popular weekends skyrocket to a positively goofy $119, the L.A. Times reports. And that's before the Star Tours shirt you have to buy when you spill ice cream on yourself. Previously, tickets were $99.

Disneyland ticket costs have outpaced inflation significantly since the theme park opened in 1955.

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Elsewhere, going to the beach is still free, a price that has not increased for several millennia.