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Disney Raising Prices by Greg2015-05-30 23:27:00

Winter Haven, Florida

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Yep, they've gone up to $100 per ticket and now they are considering raising prices for peak days. So you get to pay even MORE for the privilege of being packed in like a sardine.

Meanwhile, Legoland's 2 day ticket is just $89, which averages out to $44.50 per day.

And as a side note... I was just looking at the Legoland Florida resident annual pass and it looks like they've taken away the free parking for the lowest tier. Hmmm....
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re: Disney Raising Prices by Sean2015-05-31 16:33:29


Disney isn't a single-day destination so most people will take advantage of the multi-day tickets they offer. Disney currently offers Florida residents a special 4-day ticket for only $159.00 which averages to only $39.75 per day.

Merlin currently has a pretty good combination ticket that includes the Orlando Eye, Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, Sea Life Aquarium, and LEGOLAND for only $99.00.

Too bad the $99.00 annual pass no longer includes free parking. The Awesomer pass for $149.00 does include unlimited admission to the other Merlin attractions in the area though.

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