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Prices are rising at Southern California theme parks [video]

May 29, 2012|By Pat Benson

Get ready to open your wallet wider this year if you're going to some of Southern California's theme parks.

Reporter Hugo Martin explains which parks are raising prices and why in this video.

Daily passes for Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park rose this month from $80 to $87. The biggest increase hit the 300,000 park-goers who buy premium annual passes that include parking. Those went from $499 to $649.

At Universal Studios Hollywood, one-day passes increased recently from $77 to $80, and annual passes that include parking jumped from $149 to $169.

Not all parks are raising prices.

Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park is keeping daily ticket prices at $57.99, and
Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia is keeping its general admission price at $61.99.

For more information, read the full story here.

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