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The Beast welcomes guests to his castle in the Magic Kingdom, where Be Our Guest Restaurant will serve French-inspired cuisine for quick-service lunch and table-service dinner. Part of New Fantasyland, the stylish restaurant will grand open Dec. 6, 2012 at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (Source: Matt Stroshane, photographer)

The Beast welcomes guests to his castle in the Magic Kingdom, where Be Our Guest Restaurant will serve French-inspired cuisine for quick-service lunch and table-service dinner. Part of New Fantasyland, the stylish restaurant will grand open Dec. 6, 2012 at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (Source: Matt Stroshane, photographer)

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A trip to Walt Disney World is going to cost you a bit more.

Over the weekend, Disney raised ticket prices to their Orlando theme parks and, in a bit of a twist, raised the price of one park more than the others.

A one day, one park ticket to the Magic Kingdom went from $89 to $95, but ticket prices for EPCOT, Animal Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios were only raised to $90.

A four-day base ticket (one park per day) went from $256 to $279 – for Florida residents prices were increased from $187 to $199

A four-park Annual Pass went from $574 to $609 for non-Florida residents and from $425 to $464 for Florida residents

The parking fee was also increased to $15.

Last month, Universal Orlando increased their prices. A one-day / one-park ticket went from $89 to $92. The price of a one-day / two-park ticket went up from $124 to $128, and a two-day / two-park ticket went up from $159.99 to $166.99.

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