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SHORT TAKES : Disneyland Raises Its Prices

December 12, 1989|From Times Staff and Wire Service Reports

It would cost Scrooge McDuck nearly $100 to take Huey, Dewey and Louie to Disneyland for a day.

A date in the Magic Kingdom for Mickey and Minnie would run more than $50.

Disneyland has boosted its one-day admission prices by $2, to $25.50 for adults and $20.50 for children. Parking prices have jumped, too, by a dollar to $4.

For a family foursome, that's $96 to visit Frontierland, up from $87 a year ago.

Disneyland spokesman Bob Roth said the company raised prices to offset the cost of its Splash Mountain ride, which opened last summer. The price increases, said Roth, are "something necessary for us to do to introduce products like these for our customers."

Theme park officials also are anticipating the yearlong celebration of Disneyland's 35th anniversary beginning Jan. 1.

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