Disneyland resort in California and Walt Disney World in Florida are set to raise some of their theme-park ticket prices.
According to a report from Reuters, parent company Walt Disney Co is set to hike prices just weeks after revealing a hefty spending plan for its parks business.
Disneyland tickets have increased by up to 8.9%, with the price per ticket on busy days such as holidays increasing to $194 (£159/€184), a hike of 8.4%. Yearly pass prices at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida are set to rise by up to 10%, with the most expensive Incredi-pass coming in at $1,449, an increase of $50.
In a statement yesterday (Wednesday), Disney said that the price changes would be effective immediately.
Despite increases to yearly passes at Walt Disney World in Florida, there will not be a price hike for daily prices. Similarly to Disneyland in California, its cheapest ticket will remain at $104.