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FILE - In this Jan. 22, 2015, file photo, visitors walk toward Sleeping Beauty's Castle in the background at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, Calif. A health official testified that a cooling tower that provides mist to make Disneyland visitors comfortable was the likely source for 22 cases in a Legionnaires' disease outbreak in 2017 near the theme park. Dr. Matthew Zahn with the Orange County Health Care Agency testified Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018, before an appeals board judge at the California Occupational Safety and Health Administration. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)

SALT LAKE CITY — Daily ticket prices for Disneyland are set to rise ahead of the opening of the new “Star Wars” theme park.

What’s going on: On Sunday, Disneyland raised its prices for annual passes, tickets and parking passes up to 25 percent, The Los Angeles Times reported.

Here’s a breakdown of the new price model for one-park tickets:

  • One-park ticket for peak demand days: $149 (previously $135)
  • One-park ticket for regular-demand days: $129 (previously $117)
  • One-park ticket for low-demand days: $104 (previously $97)
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Prices for the Disney Premier Passport, which offers discounts, parking and admission to the Walt Disney World Park, jumped as well.

  • It will now cost $1,949 (previously $1,579). With tax, that could cost more than $2,000.

Why?: A Disneyland spokeswoman said the resort offers different tickets to help with park demand, Fox Business reported.

As I reported before, the park has seen so much increased attendance that it has eliminated benches and chairs.

Flashback: Disneyland raised prices by up to 18 percent last year, The Associated Press reported.