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As Walt Disney World, Disneyland hike prices, are they still affordable?: Walt Disney World and Disneyland prices rose over the weekend, testing again how much families can afford to pay for a day in the nation’s best-known theme parks.

“Regular” ticket pricing is up $4 to $119 for adults and $113 for kids at the Magic Kingdom park in Orlando. On the most expensive days — the peak visitation times of the year — parents will need to shell out $5 more to $129 for themselves and $123 for children. On the cheapest days, prices rose by $2 to $109 for adults and $103 for kids on the cheapest days.

Parking prices also rose, the Orlando Sentinel reports, by $2 to $22. Preferred parking will be $5 more, now $45.

On the most expensive days, the new pricing structure means a family of four with two kids will have to pay $526 for a day of fun in the park. Walt Disney Co. has steadily boosted prices at its theme parks over the years, but the amusement centers remain popular.

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As Walt Disney World, Disneyland hike prices, are they still affordable?: Walt Disney World and Disneyland prices rose over the weekend, testing again how much families can afford to pay for a day in the nation’s best-known theme parks.”Regular” ticket pricing is up $4 to $119 for adults and $113 for kids at the Magic Kingdom park in Orlando. On the most expensive days — the peak visitation times of the year –parents will need to shell out $5 more to $129 for themselves and $123 for children. On the cheapest days, prices rose by $2 to $109 for adults and $103 for kids on the cheapest days.Parking prices also rose, the Orlando Sentinel reports, by $2 to $22. Preferred parking will be $5 more, now $45.On the most expensive days, the new pricing structure means a family of four with two kids will have to pay $526 for a day of fun in the park. Walt Disney Co. has steadily boosted prices at its theme parks over the years, but the amusement centers remain popular.