Disney price hike announced

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ANAHEIM, CA (CNN) — It will cost you more to see Mickey Mouse and the gang. Walt Disney World and Disneyland have raised ticket prices, just in time for summer. A one-day ticket to the Magic Kingdom in Orlando now costs $95 for an adult. That’s up six dollars from last year.

Keep in mind, an adult is considered anyone age ten or older. A children’s one-day pass costs $89. So, for a family of four, a day the park could set you back $368, before tax. That’s even not including any snacks or souvenirs!

Prices for Disneyland in California are lower, but not by much. A one-day pass is now $92 for an adult, $86 for kids.