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Online survey suggests Disneyland may be considering demand pricing

A horse-drawn streetcar make his way through the visitors at Disneyland Paris, in Chessy, France.
A horse-drawn streetcar make his way through the visitors at Disneyland Paris, in Chessy, France. AP

Walt Disney Parks and Resorts may be considering charging more for high-demand days during summer, the Christmas holiday and spring break, and less for off-peak days, a survey the company sent to park visitors suggests.

A day pass currently costs $99 for ages 10 and up, but under the new system other regular days would be $105. The off-peak days would stay the same, but peak days could rise to $115.

David Lazarus reports from the Los Angeles Times newsroom in downtown Los Angeles for the KTLA 5 News.

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