TOPIC OF THE DAY
Disneyland and Walt Disney World have increased their ticket prices over the weekend.
For Disneyland in Southern California, a ticket during low-peak days is now $117, up from $110. The price of a ticket on high-peak days is $135, up from $124.
The price of a one-day park hopper for low-peak days, which lets visitors hop between the two parks, goes down, from $157 to $147.
For Walt Disney World in Florida, a one-day ticket to Magic Kingdom during peak days will now cost $129, a $5 increase.
A one-day adult ticket to Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom in Florida will cost $122 during peak season.
13 On Your Side wants to know your thoughts:
What do you think about the ticket price increase?