Last year, Disney World and Disneyland theme parks both raised ticket prices for admission into Disney theme parks and with attendance still soaring, Disney is once again raising prices in 2015.
One-day tickets for the Magic Kingdom in Florida are jumping from $99 to $105 — the first time Disney admission has ever crossed the $100 threshold. Its other Orlando-area parks are also seeing increases, with Epcot, Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios admission now $97, up from $94.
The above ticket prices are for children and adults ages 10 and up. Prices for children, ages 3 to 9, also increased to $99 for Magic Kingdom, $91 for its other Orlando parks, and $93 for Disneyland and California Adventure.
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