Disney Hikes Prices Again

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The Happiest Place on Earth just got more expensive. If you’re planning a trip to see Mickey Mouse and the rest of the crew, it’s going to cost you.

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Walt Disney World's and Disneyland's park tickets for adults and kids plus parking have gone up again.

"Regular" ticket pricing is up $4 to $119 for adults and $113 for kids at the Magic Kingdom Park in Orlando.

During peak visitation times, parents will have to shell out an additional $5 to $129 and $123 for kids. This means a trip to Disney for a family of four with two kids is $526 for one day at the park. On the cheapest days, prices rose by $2 to $109 for adults and $103 for kids.

Disney says the rising cost will help cut back on overcrowding, but many took to social media saying the prices are no longer affordable for their families.

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