Snack and beverage prices are on the rise again at Walt Disney World, with increases hitting both bottled and fountain sodas.
Bottled sodas have risen to $4.50 (up from $4), while fountain sodas have increased from $3.29 for a regular and $3.79 for a large to $3.99 for a regular and $4.49 for a large. The price increases have also hit water bottles, with prices rising from $3.00 to $3.50.
Cart (ODV) offerings have also been hit by the increases. A Mickey pretzel has risen to $7, an increase of a dollar from their previous price. Ice cream novelties have risen to $5.75, up from $5 in June, while frozen bananas have risen by fifty cents to $5.75, matching their ice cream counterparts. Frozen fruit offerings, including lemonade-strawberry bars and frozen strawberry bars, have also matched the seventy-five cent increase, though their prices vary.
Most notably, churros are currently $6.25, up a whopping $1.75 from their June prices.
Credit to Rachel Faith on twitter for the photo of the new prices.
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