The happiest place on earth Disneyland just got more expensive.
The LA Times reports that prices at the Southern California resort rose as much as 18-percent for annual pass holders. Daily tickets rose as much as eleven-dollars.
A one-day adult ticket for Disneyland or California Adventure is 99-dollars for low-demand days, such as weekdays in May.
The price previously was 97-dollars.
It's 117-dollars for a ticket on a regular demand day, up from 110-dollars.
The price of a ticket on a peak demand day is 135-dollars, up from 124-dollars.
Disney is adding a new Star Wars attraction, a Pixar Play Parade and a remake of the boardwalk-styled land known as Paradise Pier.
If you’re considering the annual pass route, the least-expensive pass costs $729 (up from $619). A Signature pass will soak you for $999 (up from $849, but it includes free parking).
For those brave enough to go after the Signature Plus pass, it’s now $1,149 (increased from $1,049) - but you get with free parking and an online app to board rides faster.