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Never mind the Clippers. What about Chuck E. Cheese's?

Columnist David Lazarus answers your consumer questions in this one-minute video.

Jorge went to a Chuck E. Cheese's outlet recently and noticed that his money wasn't going as far as he remembered. Game tokens cost 33 cents each instead of the 25 cents he recalled.

Jorge asks: Has the company been sold? Has it changed its prices?

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I'll say right here that Chuck E. Cheese's isn't everyone's cup of, um, cheese. But for those who partake in its distinct delights, cost is usually a big factor.

So I spoke with a company spokeswoman and got the answers Jorge was looking for.

And you can get them as well by checking out today's Ask Laz video.

If you have a consumer question, email me at asklaz@latimes.com or contact me via Twitter @Davidlaz.

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