May 22, 2012 at 10:26 AM ET
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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