Per Guest Spending at Walt Disney World Increases by 30%

Compared to pre-pandemic 2019 numbers, per capita guest spending at Walt Disney World increased by 30% in the fourth quarter of 2021.

Worldwide Disney Parks revenue nearly doubled this quarter as well.

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  1. Congrats, Chapek. Your quest to nickel and dime every visitor into debt has succeeded. You have won the battle. You will lose the war.

  2. what came first ? the chicken or the egg ? with all price increases ! then revenue is up ! was just ed report that 30% opted for genie + while 70 % say no ! disney should focus on the guest & then the profits will follow, companies cannot “cut” themselves into a profit without negative reactions/results now disney going to explore reducing food portions in restaurants ! next will step will be a charge for restroom usage ! oh hell someone at disney will take the credit for my revenue enhancement idea !

  3. The 30% increase in completely artificial driven by a “forced” (for lack of a better word) revenue stream with Genie+ and LL. Basically, Guests have no choice but to pay for it or skip having the experience that was ONCE INCLUDED IN THEIR PARK ADMISSION!!

    Don’t let the numbers fool you. No organic growth in these results which is the most important indicator of financial strength. Disney is not in the best financial position and their “finance theater” may fool the simple minded main stream media but shareholders will eventually catch on to their game.

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