The Walt Disney Co. raised prices of tickets to Disneyland, Walt Disney World and other theme parks in the United States starting Sunday.
Tickets for one day to the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, are now $ 105, down from $ 99.
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Disney has continued to see strong growth in attendance at its theme parks and resorts.
For the quarter ended December 27, segment revenue increased 9% to $ 3.900 billion, including assistance to parks in California and Florida that rose by 7%.
The measles outbreak linked to Disney theme parks in Southern California has not hurt attendance.
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Other prices will also increase from Sunday will be those of the day pass to Epcot, Disney-MGM Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom now be $ 97, down from $ 94.
The increase applies to tickets for children ages 3-9.
Age children will be charged $ 93 a ticket for one day at Disneyland. Before it was $ 90 for the Magic Kingdom, that ticket is $ 99 before $ 93. For the other theme parks is now $ 91, $ 88 before.
Disney typically raises ticket prices at its theme parks in the United States each year, said Suzi Brown, a spokeswoman for Disneyland Resort.