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Going to Disneyland? It will soon cost you more.
It's going to cost more to visit the Happiest Place on Earth.
Disneyland has raised its ticket prices as much as 30 percent.
The cost of a single-day pass for either Disneyland or its neighboring California Adventure Park jumped this weekend from $80 to $87, a rise of nearly 9 percent.
The cost of a year-round pass for people outside of Southern California now runs $649 -- a 30 percent hike. SoCal resident annual tickets are discounted and currently cost $329.
Disneyland has boosted prices every summer in recent years, the Orange County Register reported. It now costs $21 more to visit the park for a single day than it did just four years ago.
The Adventure Park is undergoing a $1 billion makeover and expansion that will be completed next month.
This story originally appeared on NBC affiliate NBCLA.
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