DISNEY World may still be the most magical place on earth, but it just got more expensive.
This is the second time prices there have been raised this year, Fox Business reported.
The move comes just weeks after Disney’s former CEO Bob Iger returned to the company’s helm.
While admission costs have varied by date since 2018, the new scheme includes higher prices for Disney’s most in-demand facilities, Fox Business reported.
A day pass at the Magic Kingdom, the most popular Disney park in Florida, now costs between $124 and $189, Walt Disney World Magazine reported.
One day at EPCOT now costs between $114 and $179. The lowest price at Disney’s Hollywood Studios is $124, but tickets there also cap out at $179.
The cheapest option in the area is Disney’s Animal Kingdom, where prices haven’t been raised.
There, it still costs between $109 and $159 for a day pass.
Those were the ticket prices for all of Disney’s parks in Florida until this week.
The company has also raised the prices for some of its annual passes.
The Incredi-Pass jumped by $100 to $1,399.
The Sorcerer Pass now costs $969, a $70 increase.
The cost of a Pirate Pass increased by $50 to $749.
The price of a Pixie Pass, which is only for Florida residents, didn’t increase. It still costs just $399.
Disney World did not respond to repeated requests for comment.