The cost of visiting Disney World and Disneyland has significantly increased.

A vacation to Walt Disney World or Disneyland has never been inexpensive, but as of right now, everything is significantly more expensive because the cost of a 

number of various products has increased.The cost of Genie+ has increased at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland, along with the cost of tickets and parking.

There are now more opportunities to make a light saber and a robot at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge in both parks.

Tickets now cost more than 6%, and in some cases more than 10%, more, according to KTLA.The price tiers, which were formerly $104–164 per day, are now $114–179 per day.

The most expensive increase comes in the cost of a 2-day ticket, which went up from $255 to $285. The cost of tickets for three, four, and five days has also increased.

A single day park hopper add-on now costs $65, up from the previous price of $60. Park-hopping multi-day tickets continue to cost $60.

Hotel valet parking has increased from $50 to $65, while normal parking remains at $30. The Genie+ service is arguably the most significant change occurring right now.

According to the Walt Disney World website, Genie+ tickets will cost between $15 and $22 in October.At Savi's Workshop, the cost of the light saber-building experience

 has increased from $220 to $250. The cost of the droid building experience at Droid Depot has gone up from $99 to $120.

Everything's prices gradually increase on a regular basis. However, it is a little unexpected to see all these costs increase at once.