Disney Raises Prices Again

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Just months after raising prices at Disney World theme parks, Disney is now raising prices at Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure.

Over the weekend, Disneyland, located in Anaheim, Calif., raised admission $4 to $96 for a one-day pass, with one-day Parkhopper passes to visit both Disneyland and its adjacent California Adventure theme park jumped to $150, nearly a 10 percent increase.

With Disneyland a popular draw to Orange County and Los Angeles residents, the real hurt hits the local visitor, as Disney will now stop selling annual passes.

Disneyland remains the cheaper of the two similar theme parks, with Disney World prices in Orlando now set at $99 for a one-day pass.

–Lissa Poirot

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