Multiple Disney Desserts Now Listed at $600 as Typo Strikes

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We knew Disney World made a few price increases, but these may be a little too out of any Guest’s price range when they are looking for a sweet treat!

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At Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, Guests often have an overwhelming amount of places to choose from when they want food. From Ohana to Kona Café, there are so many options of delicious meals and snacks — and how can we forget ordering a classic Dole Whip while strolling the lush grounds. Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort also has terrific options for quick-service! Captain Cooks is one of my favorite quick-service locations on property. It has affordable options with meals flavors that are very unique and themed the Resort, as opposed to only selling burgers and tenders (plus it is right next to Trader Sams).

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort (Credit: Disney)

Captain Cooks also has dessert options for Guests to indulge in, but if we take a look at their menu, it seems that the price of a few desserts has sky-rocketed! On our My Disney Experience app, we noticed that both the 50th Celebration Cupcake and the Chocolate Dome are priced at $599.00, which seems a little high, even for Disney’s standards! Of course, this is very likely a typo on Disney’s end, as the rest of the dessert options are listed at $5.99, which is likely the cost of these two desserts.

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When looking on Mobile Order on the My Disney Experience app, not all dessert options are available in the bakery section, including both of these options, which may be for the best because if the price point is programmed at $599.00 in the system, you may be paying a little extra when trying to order your cupcake!

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We have seen Disney make typos in the past, and of course, we are all human, and this is a small inputting mistake! That being said, it is still pretty funny to think that Disney would charge that much for a dessert option, and in some cases, it would not be too shocking to hear that there was a dessert worth that — just probably not at Captain Cooks!

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We also have recently heard that Disney is looking to cut portion sizes as that will be good for Guests’ “waistlines” (as well as Disney’s profits, of course). Considering that was said just yesterday, and fans are already expressing their shock by the comment online, finding a $600.00 cupcake listed on a quick-service menu seems to be hilariously perfect timing.

Have you ever caught a spelling error on Disney’s menus? Let us know in the comments below! 

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