ORLANDO, FL (NBC) - Admission to Mickey Mouse's house may cost you a little extra.
Disney's properties in both Orlando and Anaheim are rolling out their seasonal prices for single-day tickets Sunday.
The changes will let visitors look at a calendar eight to 11 months in advance to see which days are "value," "regular" or "peak."
Officials said "value" days for Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in Orlando will cost $105. "Regular" days will increase by five dollars. "Peak" days will cost $124.
In California at Disneyland, "value" days will cost $95. "Regular" tickets will cost $105. "Peak" days will cost $119.
Officials said annual pass prices won't change, but multi-day ticket prices will increase.