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ANAHEIM, Calif. – Disneyland resorts raised prices of some theme park tickets over the weekend.

The price hike comes several months before the park plans to unveil a remodeled boardwalk-themed area of the California Adventure Park, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Prices rose around 18 percent for annual pass holders. Daily tickets jumped $11 each, the Times reported.

A ticket for a regular demand day is $117, which was previously $110. On peak-demand days, the ticket will be $135.

Disneyland Resort Ticket Breakdown:

Ticket type 2017 price 2018 price
Value:  1-day, 1-park $97 $97
Value: 1-day parkhopper $157 $147
Regular: 1-day, 1-park $110 $117
Regular: 1-day parkhopper $165 $167
Peak: 1-day, 1 park $124 $135
Peak 1-day parkhopper $174 $185
Signature Plus annual passport $1049 $1149
Signature annual passport $849 $999
Deluxe annual passport $619 $729
So Cal annual passport (on hiatus – only renewals) $469 $549
Select annual passport $339 $369