ORLANDO, Fla. -- Planning a trip to Walt Disney World? Get ready to dish out a few more bucks.
Prices were hiked once again, with one-day admission costing an extra $4 per park.
That means a one-day ticket to the Magic Kingdom is now $99 (or $93 for ages 3-9). For the other three parks -- Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios and Epcot -- admission is now $94 (or $88 for ages 3-9) for a one-day ticket.
Full pricing breakdown: Disney World parks in Florida
Full pricing breakdown: Disneyland parks in California
The new admission prices went into effect Sunday.
Ticket prices at Disney's two parks in California remain unchanged.
Last July, however, prices were hiked across the board at all Disney parks in both Florida and California. At that point, prices took a $6 jump at all the Florida theme parks.
To compare, a regular Platinum season pass for Cedar Point, which includes admission and free parking to all Cedar Fair parks for an entire year, runs $194.99.