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ORLANDO, Fla. — Universal Studios is raising their ticket prices.

On Wednesday evening, park officials said they adjusted admission prices to the following:

A one-day base ticket is now $96 for adults and $90 for children; a one-day park-to-park ticket is $136 for adults and $130 for children; and a two-day base ticket is now $155.99 for adults and $145.99 for children. All prices exclude tax.

In a statement to WESH 2, park officials said:

"We set our prices to reflect the value of the entertainment experience we provide. Our guests continue to tell us we offer great entertainment at great value. We offer a variety of value-driven, multi-day vacation packages for guests and their families with options as low as $49 per day. Throughout the year, we also provide special offers to Florida residents -- including discounts on annual passes."

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