If you're a fan of going to Walt Disney World in Orlando or Disneyland in California, the price to get into both parks has just gone up. The announcement came down yesterday and here's what you can now expect to pay, according to USA Today:
At the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in Orlando:
- Days that are deemed "value days" will cost $109 (adults) and $103 (kids), which is a $2 increase.
- Days that are considered "regular days" will cost $119 (adults) and $113 (kids), which is a $4 increase.
- Days that are "peak"--or the busiest days--will cost $129 (adults) and $123 (kids), which is a $5 increase.
(Prices are also going to be increasing at Disney's Epcot, Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios.)
At Disneyland in Anaheim, CA:
- "Value days" will remain the same at $97.
- "Regular days" will cost $117, which is a $7 increase.
- "Peak days" will cost $135, which is an $11 increase.
The categorization of the days, known as flexible pricing, is designed to encourage people to attend the parks on days when the parks might not be as busy.
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— TIME (@TIME) February 12, 2018