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Ticket prices increase at Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort

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Disney has announced that ticket prices for theme parks at Walt Disney World and the Disneyland Resort will increase from June 12, 2011.

At Walt Disney World, the price of an adult single-day, single-park ticket will rise from $82 to $85 before tax. Multi-day tickets will see steeper increases, with a 5-day Magic Your Way ticket seeing an increase of $14 to $267. A full breakdown of the new pricing structure can be viewed on the Disney Parks Blog.

At Disneyland, the price of an adult single-day, single-park ticket will rise by $4 to $80. Annual pass prices will also increase, with the largest increase being on the cost of a Deluxe Annual Pass. This has been hiked by $50 to $379, whereas passes for Southern California residents have seen more modest increases. Full details of the price increases can be found on the Disney Parks Blog.

Disney last raised prices at Walt Disney World and the Disneyland Resort in August 2010. The company has pursued a policy of increasing prices at least once a year for the last several years, as it seeks to maintain profit levels despite the economic downturn.


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