With ticket prices rising, some parents are finding clever ways to save money at the Happiest Place on Earth.

A recent TikTok video of a mother who dressed her elementary school-age child as an infant to bypass paying the admission fee to Disney World has stirred up controversy over whether it is wrong or brilliant.

A video depicts a line of people waiting to buy tickets for the park with a baby-sized stroller.

A Disney cast member grins and looks into the stroller as an older child slowly passes by, who is bundled up in a blanket to conceal her non-infant legs. The cast member says nothing about this obvious discrepancy.

After the group walks past the worker, the woman lifts her little girl out of the stroller. The young child is excited and wearing a Cinderella dress. The mother then throws the blankets back onto the empty seat.

“When Disney ticket prices go up,” the TikToker wrote in the caption, adding: “Poor kid was in an infant car seat.”

“We [paid] for our tickets and witnessed the funniest thing we had ever seen & so we decided to share it so you can laugh too,” a woman who was accompanying the original poster commented on their TikTok.

The ticket prices for Disney World theme parks range from $109 to 159 dollars, depending on the time and date of your visit. All guests aged 3 years or older must have a bought ticket.

The video has amassed over 7 million views and sparked divided commentary among viewers.

“My son is 4 but at Disneyland he knows he’s 2,” one person wrote.

“My parents [used] to make me do this,” another added.

“I fully support this because we went in May and it was literally like taking a second mortgage out on our house,” one agreed.

“We just teach our kids to lie about their age but this is epic,” another person said.

“I once did that [with] 3 kids lol. I told them if they stay quiet I’ll buy them all Disney dresses lol,” another stated.

However, not everyone was thrilled.

“The way people have no shame just continues to amaze me,” one person said.

“No way. I even explain to my kids it’s wrong to get fountain drinks with a water cup. It’s the principle of it,” another added.

“I would understand if they had like 4 kids but they only had 1 but shooo they probably had to use her ticket money to pay for the gas to get there,” another said.

Several ex-Disney World employees chimed in to reveal how they dealt with it in the past.

“Worked the front gates, trust me we know,” one person said. “We are told to just let it go.”

“I worked the entrance in the past and let me just tell y’all, they didn’t pay [me] enough to care THAT much. I see a stroller, kid says ‘2,’ have a nice day,” another added.

“I used to work at Disney and I had to ask guests if their child is under 3. I ain’t even mad at this LMAO,” another said.