Consistent with past years, Walt Disney Company announced on Sunday that admission prices will be going up at both Disneyland and Disney World. Yearly increases are part of an effort to reduce crowd sizes at parks and help shorten wait times for rides.
We will continue to evolve our pricing in a way that gives them a range of options to meet their budget and helps better spread attendance throughout the year so they can make the most of every visit.” – Kim Prunty (spokeswoman for Disney)
Here is the breakdown of this price raise:
- Value ticket – From $97 (did not change)
- Regular ticket – From $117 ($7 increase)
- Peak ticket – From $135 ($11 increase)
Disney World (Florida)
- Value ticket – From $109 for adults, $103 for children ($2 increase)
- Regular ticket – From $119 for adults, $113 for children ($4 increase)
- Peak ticket – From $129 for adults, $123 for children ($5 increase)
What do you think about the price increases?
Other professional sports teams should take note 🙂
Atlanta’s new home turf, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, is set to open its doors on August 26, and once it does, Falcons fans will be able to buy concessions at prices most fans can only dream of. ESPN’s Darren Rovell tweeted an image of the intended rates on Tuesday.
Buying expensive stadium concessions can be frustrating for fans. In 2015, for example, the combined price of a hot dog, a soda and a small beer at a San Francisco 49ers game was $22, meaning a group of four could easily spend upwards of $100 on food.
But that won’t be a problem at Mercedes-Benz Stadium — not with its bottom-barrel prices. Fans will be able to purchase that same hot dog meal for just $9, much more in line with grocery-store rates, or perhaps fast-food rates
…Read more from Sam Belden (Business Insider) here