Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park just raised ticket prices - a visit on the most popular days will now cost you $164

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Street view of Magic Kingdom and Cinderella Castle at Disney World.
A view of Main Street, USA, and Cinderella Castle at Disney World in August 2020. Charles Sykes/AP
  • Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park raised many admission ticket prices on Monday.

  • A one-day ticket to a single park now costs $164 on the busiest visitor days of the year.

  • The cheapest one-day tickets stayed the same price; others rose as much as 8%, the LA Times reports.

The Happiest Place on Earth just got a little pricier.

Disneyland and the adjacent Disney California Adventure Park hiked most of the daily ticket prices for their Southern California theme parks on Monday.

These prices increased by anywhere from 3% to 8%, according to The Los Angeles Times.

The cheapest tickets, those in Tier 1 of Disney's pricing system, have stayed the same at $104 for a single-day, single-park trip. Prices for every other tier, however, have gone up. Tier 2 tickets jumped from $114 to $119, Tier 3 tickets from $124 to $134, Tier 4 tickets from $139 to $149, and Tier 5 tickets from $154 to $159.

In addition, Disney has added a sixth tier to encompass tickets for the days of the year with the greatest visitor demand, such as holidays. In Tier 6, a single-day visit to one park will cost visitors $164.

Besides admission prices, Disney also raised parking fees. Daily parking rates climbed from $25 to $30, according to The Mercury News. At the resort's hotels, self-parking costs rose from $25 to $40, and valet parking went from $35 to $50.

In August, Disney overhauled its annual pass system at Disney World in Florida, announcing a new system with prices ranging anywhere between $399 and $1,299. Disneyland and Disney World also recently ditched FastPass, which had allowed visitors to skip ride lines for free, and announced that visitors would instead need to pay $15 to $20 extra per ticket to cut lines.

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