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Disneyland has increased their prices for admission once again, and they will also stop selling annual passes to local residents. Those who already have one can still use it, but they have suspended selling any new passes.
While the general admission ticket for those aged 10 and up and for just one park rose 4.3 percent to $96, the price of their “One Day Parkhopper” has risen 9.5 percent to $150. The price for parking has also went up $1 – from $16 to $17.
USA Today reports although they won’t be selling any new annual passes, those who already have an annual pass to Disneyland can renew it for the new higher price.
According to the Associated Press, the increase in prices went into effect on Sunday. Since 2003, tickets for one park have doubled. The hikes in prices occur now just about every year.
In a statement, Disney explained their reasons for the latest price hike, saying, "Like any business, we periodically evaluate our pricing and make adjustments based on a variety of factors. A ticket to our theme parks represents a great value, particularly when you look at the breadth and quality of attractions and entertainment we offer and the special moments guests experience with our cast."