Disney's price hikes

Published June 9, 2013 5:09 pm
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I have heard a lot of talk about the recent increase in admission prices at Disney's amusement parks. At California's Disneyland, a one-day adult ticket jumped to $92, while a child's ticket for ages 3-9 went up to $86. At Florida's Magic Kingdom, prices jumped to $95 for adults and $89 for kids.

To put those prices in perspective, they are still less than the cost of a daily lift ticket at many of our Wasatch Front ski resorts, such as Park City, Deer Valley and Canyons.

David G. Klemm


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