Taking a trip to see Mickey Mouse just got even more expensive.

This month, Disney raised the ticket prices for its US theme parks, with admission for both Disneyland in Southern California and Disney World in Orlando spiking for both those living in those states and out-of-towners. ABC12.com broke down the new price increase:

A one-day adult ticket to the Magic Kingdom in Florida now costs $129, an increase of $5, during the peak tourist season.

A one-day adult ticket to Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Florida during peak season now cost $122, an increase of $3.

A one-day, adult ticket to Disneyland Resort in California is now priced at $117, an increase of $7.

The price of parking at Florida theme parks went up by $2, to $22 a day.

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The prices for annual passes increased as well, with Florida parks now charging $439 for a silver pass, $589 for a gold pass and $849 for a platinum pass. The Signature Plus annual pass is now $1,149, a Deluxe is $729 and a SoCal Select pass is $369 for the park in California.


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