Walt Disney World, Disneyland raise base ticket prices
Written by David Graham
Disney is raising its prices, starting this weekend. One-day tickets (which few people buy) will go from $75 to $79.Tweet
Multiple-day tickets will rise by a smaller percentage, with the park hopper add-on rising two bucks, to $52.
Tickets at Disneyland, in California, will go up as well, another $3 - from $69 to $72. Annual pass prices will rise, too. The SoCal Select pass will go up $10, while the premium AP goes up $40.
Disney typically increases ticket prices in August. However, Disney World recently extended its free dining plan deal through December, raising the question about whether will continue discounting its "rack rate" on 2010.
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