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Disneyland ticket prices are going up, some one-day passes over $200

ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 07: In this handout image provided by Disneyland Resort, the stars of the upcoming live-action film Lady and the Tramp, Monte and Rose, pose in front of Sleeping Beauty's Winter Castle at Disneyland Park on November 7, 2019 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Joshua Sudock/Disneyland Resort via Getty Images)

It’s going to cost more to visit the happiest place on earth with some one-day Disneyland ticket prices going up to more than $200.

The Walt Disney Co. reported a decline in the number of visitors that have attended the park, attributing the drop to their efforts to decrease crowding among other reasons.

According to the LA Times, Disneyland last raised its ticket prices over a year ago, just before the opening of its new 14-acre $1-billion Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge expansion.

The California theme park announced a new expanded tiered ticketing system Tuesday with the bump in prices.

Disneyland Ticket Prices

The price for one-day at a single park ticket remains at $104 while the prices for other tiers are going up.

• Tier 3 – $124
• Tier 4 – $139
• Tier 5 – $154

The new tiers for one-day park hopper passes also went up. The new prices come in at:

• Tier 1 – $159 from $154
• Tier 2 – $169
• Tier 3 – $179
• Tier 4 – $194
• Tier 5 – $209 from $199

The park’s MaxPass that let visitors to the park digitally book their time on rides instead of waiting in line also went up from $15 to $20.

Disney said its parking fees will remain the same at $25.