ORLANDO (CBSMiami/AP) — Family fun just got a little more expensive at two Florida theme parks.
SeaWorld Orlando and Busch Gardens Tampa are increasing their single-day admission prices.
Adult admission for both parks rose by $2 to $99 on Monday. Tickets cost $94 for children younger than 10.
Discounts are available when purchasing advance tickets online.
SeaWorld also announced that parking costs will increase by $1 to $18.
The increases come several months after admission prices rose at Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando.
SeaWorld’s annual passes remain unchanged at $156. The park is offering a $30 discount through Jan. 5 that reduces the cost to $126.
Busch Gardens’ 2016 Fun Card is still available for $99 and can be used for the remainder of 2015 for no additional cost.
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