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Disney is again hiking ticket prices at its California and Florida theme parks, according to a new report from CNN Money. The raised ticket prices at Disneyland and Disney World are effective immediately—see below.

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Not that Disney vacations were necessarily cheap to begin with, but visitors to California's Disneyland and Florida's Walt Disney World may certainly feel the new price squeeze for 2018. As noted by Mashable, admittance for a family of four for one day—on a peak day—will cost over $500.

Here's how Disney Resorts' ticket price hikes break down: A one-day, adult ticket to Disneyland is now $117, a reported increase of $7. For Florida's Magic Kingdom, adult admittance lands at $129, an increase of $5. Of course, the prices also vary by day, and patrons will (of course) be paying more during peak tourist season as opposed to off-season.

Disney tickets for park-hopping, which allow the ticket holder to visit more than one theme park in a day, have gone up by $10—they're now priced at $184 for adults and $178 for kids. Even the price of parking went up: at Florida parks, a spot for your car went up two bucks to $22 per day.

Get full official ticket info for Disney parks here.

Gotta pay out for the Mouse. Isn't it magical?

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