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Disneyland has raised its entry prices from $92 to $96, just a week away from Memorial Day.
Both the Los Angeles Times and Theme Park Insider reported on Sunday that the one-day entry prices had a 4 percent spike, but they're not all that had a price increase. The One-Day Park Hopper had a 9 percent increase, bringing its price from $137 to $150, making it the highest increase as of yet.
The Southern California Annual Passport is not available on the website, which has many speculating that it has been permanently discontinued. Parking has also gone up from $16 to $17, which adds fuel to the discontent the changes have sparked, since the prices were raised without prior notice.
Disneyland just raised ticket prices to $96 for everyone 10 and up. Disgrace.
— Princess Mary °o° (@BerryMary92) May 18, 2014
Disneyland increased their ticket prices last night PLEASE STOP
— Lindy Disneyyy ºoº (@pixarsprincess) May 18, 2014
Disneyland raised their ticket prices, again. Jerks.
— ya girl (@frick_no) May 18, 2014
Prices were raised in 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013, making the latest increase the fourth consecutive year prices have gone up. If prices are raised by another 4 percent, they will be at the $100 mark.
Tickets at Disney World in Florida also went up in February.