By now, you’ve heard that it’s easy to find a good deal at Disneyland or Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
If not, there are some great deals to be had in places like Orlando.
If you’ve got the cash to splurge, however, you’ll be disappointed to find that you can’t get a great deal at Walt Disney World, according to research from the International Business Times.
In fact, a recent survey of 10,000 shoppers at Disney theme parks found that just 13% of shoppers have a “very high” opinion of the parks.
“The theme parks that are currently popular are not the most reputable, according the survey,” the news site reported.
“Most theme park visitors are not aware of the fact that some of the park’s major attractions are owned by a single corporation.”
“The quality of the offerings and pricing varies greatly between the parks, which is why you may find some popular attractions less than impressive compared to their counterparts in other theme parks,” the site added.
“For example, while the Disneyland Paris park has the largest selection of rides and attractions in the park, the experience is lacking compared to some of its rivals in France, including the Bocage, the Champs Elysees, the Gare de Lyon and the Stade de France.”
The International Business News report said that most of the surveyed shoppers said that the quality of their experience at Walt was “poor” compared to other theme park attractions, including Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Disneyland Paris, Disney’s Fantasyland and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon.
The World Wide Web is awash with the latest Disney news, but a quick search for “Disney” will reveal some pretty serious news for the theme park industry.
A study conducted by the National Tourism Organization of the Philippines revealed that the average Filipino would spend $14.62 on Disney attractions per person in 2020.
That number is expected to jump by $1,200, or more than $6,000, if the study is accurate.
In other words, if you are visiting Disney theme park and your vacation is a four-day, four-night stay, you could easily be saving yourself $6.2 million over the course of your stay.
It’s worth noting that the World Wide web isn’t perfect for all guests, especially if you plan to visit Disney theme attractions during the month of November.
However, this survey showed that most visitors to Walt Disney’s Orlando theme park are willing to pay up to $50 more for a four day stay.
If you’re looking for a little extra incentive, the National Tourist Bureau reported that the “Disney+” loyalty program at Walt’s resorts has also been an incredible success for the resort chain.
The loyalty program allows guests to save money and get free passes to Disneyland and Disney California Adventure parks.
In addition, the program has also helped Disney to make significant gains in merchandise sales, according TOB.
The news site added that this loyalty program will likely expand to other Disney theme resorts.
The program, however has also generated plenty of complaints from some of Disney’s own loyal guests, according ToB.
In any case, if your budget is tight, it’s worth making the most of your vacation time.
In the end, the best way to spend your time at Walt has to be on the resort grounds, where you’ll feel like you’re really in the presence of the magic that is the Disney Theme Parks.
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