ANAHEIM (CBSLA.com) — Gasoline prices aren’t the only thing that went up overnight. The cost of daily admission to Disneyland for adults rose 3 percent this weekend, and the price of other ticket options has increased as well.

The cost of daily adult admission to either Disneyland or California Adventure rose Sunday to $99, up $3 on top of a $2 increase in 2014. Meanwhile, a one-day “hopper” ticket that allows guests to visit both parks jumped $5 to $155.

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The across-the-board price hikes, first reported Sunday morning in the Orange County Register, also impact season passes. The top-of-the-line “Premium Annual Passport,” which has no blackout dates and includes parking, will now cost $779, a 10.3 percent increase from its previous $669.

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