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Comments for Disney Park Adds Major Price Increase to Annual Pass Cost

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9 Comments

  1. Rodonna

    Their greed is leading to them pricing out the Disney adventure for many families and Disney fans! How sad that many kids and families won’t have the opportunity to experience the magic of Disney because of it. 🥲

  2. Jill

    I’ve pretty much given up on Disney. I will not renew my AP. They treat their guests and cast horrible. I’ve moved over to a Universal AP and am happy with my choice.

    1. Tres

      We’ve only ever purchased single tickets because we only go to a Disney park once every couple of years. Disney is great, but like mentioned above, they are pricing those out who can only afford to visit occasionally. They’ll lose more than they will gain sadly.

    2. CT

      I just purchased a Universal AP and enjoyed a weeks vacation there. I will not be renewing my DIsney AP either. Done with Disney!

  3. Bob

    There is no “Magic” left in Disney, unless you enjoy standing in lines.

    People need to stop going to Disney Parks in order to send a message to Disney Management. Revenue is the only thing Disney Management cares about.

  4. Claudio Grande

    First of all, who cares to read about the annual price increase in Paris and Euros. This article should have the information on US dollars so we can see what the increase is going to be for us Floridians.
    Second, I have been a pass holder for over 15 years and I’m really thinking of not renewing our passes this coming year. The price has gone up over $400+ of what I paid in 2021 and on top of that, now I have to pay an additional $100 for the Photo Pass.
    I’m sorry Disney, you are going to be loosing a lot of your loyal customers.
    Finally, I have never questioned the food prices and quality in the Disney restaurants, but I recently visited the Cape May Cafe at the Beach Club Resort and was very disappointed, not only at the service but at the food and prices.
    This used to be an all you can eat seafood buffet style restaurant with a price tag of $50+- per person which the food was outstanding and very good. I understand that due to the pandemic it changed from a buffet style to a family style restaurant. Now they serve you a plate for two that has 4 med. size shrimps, 4 boiled potatoes, 2 quarter size pieces of stake, 2 pieces of small corn and some other minute food that its hard to remember for a price tag of over $100 for two, and because the food is cook to order, you have to wait over a half our to get the food.. Disney should be ashamed of charging so much for a dinner and downgrading the food quantity and quality for that king of money.
    Even though Cape May was one of my favorites, I will never go back to them ever again. Thank you Disney for not making my last vacation NOT SO MAGICAL!

    1. Barb

      IMO Disney is trying to make the Disney parks unaffordable for the ‘working class’. Apparently they would prefer to have only elitists in their parks. Got news for you Disney the ‘working class’ keeps this country running! You lose us and you lose a lot ofmoney!

  5. Dale

    Boycott Disney until the greed stops and they show a little respect for the people who spend their hard earned money at their parks, on their movies, and all things Disney.

  6. Dland

    Since Paris is going to raise there prices, watch out Disney World & Disneyland. They’ll be next to fallow suit. They’re going to sit back & Watch first to see how it goes and when it works for Paris, Everybody else will pretty much fallow along unfortunately. Disney, my love, my home away from home 🏠 is going to be a thing of the past because this PAST (Disabled) Annual Passholder CAN’T afford it any longer 😭😭😭 & I live only 10 minutes away from the Orginal Disneyland 😭😭😭In Anaheim California. Oh well. Knott’s Berry Farm & Universal Studies here we come. I haven’t been to both in a really long time. Maybe that’s a good thing, but we’ll see 🤷🏼‍♀️🤷🏼‍♀️

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