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Disney Raising Park Ticket Prices During Peak Times, Adding Expiration Dates

A little less than a year after Walt Disney Co. implemented its new surge pricing system at its U.S. parks, the company has raised one-day ticket prices during the busiest days of the year. All tickets will now come with expiration dates as well. [More]

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Price Of Salmon Spiking Amid Recent Sea Lice Outbreaks

The next time you’re looking to add some lox to your bagel or perhaps make salmon en papillote, you may have to fork over a bit more cash than before. Salmon populations are down amid recent “acute” outbreaks of sea lice, driving prices upstream. [More]

Mike Mozart

It’ll Now Cost You $5 More To Activate Or Upgrade A Phone On AT&T’s Network

If you don’t have a contract with AT&T prepare to pay $5 more than you would have in the past to upgrade your phone, or activate a new one on the carrier’s network. [More]

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Here’s Why Your Packaged Coffee Might Cost More Soon

If you’re the kind of person who can’t handle interacting with other humans — much less leaving the house — before you’ve had your first cup of coffee in the morning, brace yourself: the price of some packaged java products will likely be going up soon as a result of a spike in the price of raw coffee. [More]

ClassPass Membership Price Increase Hits Southern California Customers

ClassPass Membership Price Increase Hits Southern California Customers

The ClassPass membership price increase has spread across the country, traveling from New York City and Boston on the east to Los Angeles and Orange County on the west. [More]

Adam Fagen

Carnival Cruise Line Hiking Automatic Gratuity Charge By Almost $1

If you’re heading out on the high seas with a Carnival cruise starting next fall, expect to see a heftier automatic gratuity charge on your bill than in journeys past. [More]

ClassPass Ticks Off NYC Customers By Raising Unlimited Membership Prices

ClassPass Ticks Off NYC Customers By Raising Unlimited Membership Prices

For folks who want to jump, dance, spin, cycle, and otherwise get their workout on in an exercise class, it’s not always affordable to buy a monthly membership at a gym or studio. That’s where a startup fitness company called ClassPass comes in: it offers monthly memberships that give customers unlimited access to as many exercise classes at different studios in their city as they want. But with prices going up for New York City ClassPass memberships, many irked customers say they’re better off paying a gym or studio directly for their workouts. [More]

Mike Mozart

Costco Expected To Raise Membership Fees By 10% Sometime In The Next Year

The cost of a yearly Costco membership could be going up in the near future: according to analysts at UBS, the retailer is probably going to raise prices by 10% by late this year or early 2017. [More]

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Prices For Eggs, Turkey Meat Starting To Rise As Bird Flu Outbreak Continues

We’ve heard warnings that Thanksgiving turkey supplies could suffer a hit this season amid a severe outbreak of avian flu in the Midwest that began in April, and now it appears consumers will begin to see effects in their wallets. The prices for eggs and turkey meat are going up as more chickens and turkeys fall to the disease.

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Washington Could Become First State To Raise Smoking Age To 21

The era of walking into a store and buying that first nudie magazine and pack of cigarettes upon turning 18 might soon be a thing of the past for presidents of Washington State, as legislators there are proposing a new age threshold for those who want to light up.

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Redbox Hikes Prices For Movie And Video Game Rentals

The cost of a night in with a rental DVD is about to get a little more expensive for those of us out there who still rent physical movies and video games: Redbox is increasing the price of DVD rentals by 25%, as its parent company Outerwall Inc. tries to boost its revenue stream.

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