The 'Happiest Place on Earth' just got a little more pricey.
Disneyland Resort has raised prices for single-day tickets and season passes for the second time in less than a year.
The new prices took effect on Sunday, and they affect both the Disneyland and Disney California Adventure parks.
Now, a regular one-day ticket for either Disneyland or California Adventure will cost you $87 instead of $80 -- a 9 percent increase.
The $7 hike is on par with annual changes over the past decade: Disney has boosted prices between $2 and $7 annually over that time.
The biggest price spike is hitting Disneyland's premium annual passholders.
The year-round unlimited pass with parking will now cost $649, up 30 percent from last year.
The Southern California pass, which is specifically for Southern California residents, increased by $60 to $329.
It allows access to both parks for 215 pre-selected days.
The Southern California Select pass, allowing access to both parks for 170 pre-selected days, increased $70, to $269.
Finally, the Deluxe pass, allowing visitors access to both parks for 315 pre-selected days, increased by $90, to $469.
"A Disneyland Resort ticket offers a tremendous value for guests to experience our world-class attractions, and is based on the quality experience we consistently deliver," said Suzi Brown, a Disneyland Resort spokeswoman, in a statement.
"Like all business, we periodically evaluate and adjust our pricing structure to ensure we are offering a great entertainment value."