BREAKING: Walt Disney World Raising Prices on Nearly All Snacks, Food, Soft Drinks, and Alcoholic Beverages

In what has become a common occurrence, prices have once again been raised at the Walt Disney World Resort. Today’s changes are impacting practically every food and beverage outlet on property: the parks, resorts, and even Disney Springs.

These increases come only two months after Disney’s CFO said they may reduce portion sizes in order to increase profits, and join recent price hikes on merchandise, park tickets and parking, and annual passes.


Some of the many price increases include the following:

  • Aloha Isle
    • Pineapple Float – increased from $5.99 to $6.99
    • Pineapple DOLE Whip Cup – increased from $4.99 to $5.99
    • Pineapple Float with Tiki Sipper – increased from $10.99 to $11.99
  • Multiple locations
    • Popcorn – increased from $4.99 to $5.50
    • Popcorn Bucket – increased from $11.29 to $13.00
    • Popcorn Bucket Refill – increased from $1.89 to $2.25
    • Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bar and Sandwich – increased to $6.25 at some carts, $5.79-$5.99 at resorts
    • Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Sprite bottles – increased to $5.00 at some carts, $4.69 at resorts
    • Coffee, hot tea, hot cocoa – increased from $3.29 to $3.49
    • Oatmeal – increased from $3.99 to $4.99
  • Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory
    • Large Pepperoni Pizza – increased from $14.99 to $18.99
    • Large Cheese Pizza – increased from $14.99 to $17.99
  • Trader Sam’s Tiki Terrace
    • Nautilus – increase from $32 to $35
    • Uh-Oa – increased from $23 to $25
    • Rosita’s Margarita, HippopotoMai-Tai, Krakatoa Punch, Zombie – increased from $15 to $17
  • Oga’s Cantina
    • The Outer Rim – increased from $17 to $18
    • Bespin Fizz – increased from $18 to $19
    • Yub Nub – increased from $45 to $46
    • Jet Juice – increased from $15 to $16
    • Fuzzy Tauntaun and Dagobah Slug Slinger – increased from $16 to $17
    • Rodian Ration – increased from $13.50 to $14.50
    • Bloody Rancor – increased from $18 to $19
  • Satu’li Canteen
    • All Entrees (Bowls and Cheeseburger Steamed Pods) – increased by $0.50
  • Steakhouse 71
    • Breakfast
      • American – increased from $14 to $16
      • Veggie Omelette – increased from $15 to $17
      • Ham and Cheddar Omelette – increased from $15 to $17
      • Western Omelette – increased from $16 to $17
      • Walt’s Prime Rib Hash – increased from $17 to $18
      • Steakhouse 71 Seasonal Pancakes – increased from $14 to $15
      • Avocado Toast – increased from $12 to $13
    • Lunch
      • Turkey Club – increased from $15 to $16
      • Gourmet Grilled Cheese – increased from $16 to $17
    • Dinner
      • 10-oz New York Strip – increased from $34 to $36
      • 6-oz Filet Mignon – increased from $36 to $37
  • Tony’s Town Square
    • Fried Mozzarella – increased from $12 to $14
    • Spaghetti – increased from $22 to $24
    • Italian Trio – increased from $33 to $35
    • Grilled Pork Chop – increased from $28 to $30
  • Regal Eagle Smokehouse
    • North Carolina Chopped Smoked Pork Butt Platter – increased from $12.49 to $12.99
    • Sliced Texas Beef Brisket Sandwich – increased from $12.99 to $13.49
  • Enchanted Rose
    • Island Rose – increased from $15 to $17
    • Floral Bitter Beauty – increased from $16 to $17
    • Grand Cosmopolitan Martini – increased from $17 to $19
    • All other Martinis – increased by $1
    • Boulevardier – increased from $19 to $20
    • Mojito, Negroni, and Kir – increased from $15 to $16
  • Ale & Compass Restaurant
    • New England Seafood Pot Pie – increased from $25 to $28
    • ‘Brick’ Lemon-Herb Half Chicken – increased from $22 to $24
    • Plant-based Protein Bowl – increased from $17 to $20
    • Cabernet-braised Short Ribs – increased from $27 to $30
  • Ronto Roasters
    • Coruscant Cooler – increased from $15 to $16
    • Surly Sarlaac – increased from $13 to $14
  • PizzeRizzo
    • Pizzas – increased $.50, now $10.49-$11.49

This is only a small sample of the changes rolled out today, as the price changes impact thousands of items at over a hundred food and drink outlets across the resort. We’ll continue to update the list above with the most notable changes we find.

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  1. This is just another barrier to me ever being able to visit WDW again. It used to be my happy place but now it is just a money dump.

  2. Disney Board: “No matter what we do, we can’t seem to get rid of all the poor people in our parks!!”

    Bob Chapek: “Hold my Dom Perignon!”

  3. I guess Bob Chapek has decided to embrace his public appearance as only caring about the $$ and squeezing every last dollar out of the parks and guests.

  4. Wow!!,Most are a dollar or more that’s not good. That’s a big increase If they wanted to raise prices a 25 cents increase on things that add’s up. Are the portions getting smaller? There pricing is high enough plus this. Wow!!

  5. Geez!! I hate all these price increases on food. Why can’t they just keep the price the same and offer me a smaller portion? It would probably be good for my waistline.

  6. This is just getting out of hand now……prices increase on everything while the experiences are decreasing… tired of everything just coming down to how much can we make instead of let’s put out a good product and when people like it and spread the word and they like it and return business…… it’s just gouge everyone and who cares

  7. Unbelievable! Disney must want to lose family business. They took away the Magical Express, raised prices of resorts so next time we go, off property sounds good! Now to raise food and snacks prices!!!

  8. I noticed that on the dole whip menu there are no more “snack” icons for the DDP. If Disney is truly committed to brining back the DDP this year, shouldn’t they have had the foresight to include that in new menu re-prints???

  9. less for more money. bob the bean counter’s business model. with everything going on, is anyone really surprised? only a matter of time before bob the bean counter messes with dvc points to make the cheapest stay only two days during the off season. heck, the moron considers giving members a blue card to damn expensive.

  10. I get really tired of an already expensive place constantly raising prices on everything. After the next few years after my kids arent little, I think it will be time to take a break from Disney. As much as I hate to say that

  11. Hi I am from Maryland and have been to Disney World many times ,but it gets harder each time. what would WALT think of this, his park was opened for all families to come from all over and enjoy the park, not to worry about if we can afford the food.Somewhere along Walts dream,money became more important
    He would be so sad if he was here. Also if you make portions smaller you will lose in the end. It’s not that hard to leave and eat elsewhere.

  12. can you imagine a world where instead of raising prices, CEOs and members of the board take a paycut? I know, radical! That’s why you need higher ups to both be economically smart, and actually have a soul.

  13. One way to keep the “rif raf” out…Anyone with less than $10M in your bank account keep walking…when did anyone say it was a good idea to go cheap on the guests at Disney???

  14. I have been going to disney for a long time, I don’t mind paying money for good food or the experience , but its getting insane 16.00 pan cakes , 14.00 for dinner rolls at ale and compass , 18.00 salads with very little product on plate , 5.00 for a coke , 230. a night for a camp site, 1100 for a room at the Grand , this will pass , and people will move on to other places like pigeon forge , ocean city, ect. talk to any cast member , disney has doubled there work loads and they hate there jobs now, theres nothing magical about disney, its a unique place that requires 1000 a day for something different but you spend a week or two there and you go home wondering why you spent 10 grand to eat sub par food , you cant get on rides , and you had cast members yelling at people all day long over stupid masks that dont work because management forced them too over Bidens stupid mandates that even the foolish mortal democrats are now saying don’t work. Ha.

  15. No different than the prices that have risen at the grocery store or your local restaurant. My favorite Chinese food take out has changed their prices every month for the last 5 months.

  16. My first visit to WDW came in the spring of 1972. Ive been an annual passholder for over 10 years now. For me sadly the Magic at WDW has passed and this will be my last year for an annual pass. With the many perks of the Annual pass going away recently, the price increases just to much for me. I know my leaving WDW really wont effect Disney in any shape or manor, but i take years of memories with me (which im pretty sure if Disney could charge me for those they would, and increase the price) On a good note ill get to spend some time at Universal and visit with Harry Potter.

  17. If this is because of supply costs going up, I guess. But don’t tell me profit isn’t already HUGE on alcohol drinks. Raising a drink from $16 to $17 is absolutely disgusting! These prices are absurd! Disney just feels gross these days. Taking advantage and charging more because people are desperate to travel right now might bite them in the ass later. Instant gratification though right chapek?! Who cares about tomorrow, shareholders are happy right now. That’s all that matters. Walt would hate this thinking

  18. Omg this is unbelievable and totally unacceptable. I haven’t been to Disney since 2012 (live in Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿) because its so expensive. Managed to save enough to book a trip to come in April and now this! I was hoping dining plan would come back but is imagine the price of thst will be heavily inflated now too!!

  19. As a family we love our holidays from the UK to Orlando. We have some of the best memories visiting Walt Disney World but I feel they are really starting to hike the prices year on year, to the point where we will really have to consider if it is financially feasible to visit Disney World on our future holidays. They are pricing a whole load of people out of being able to visit these magical places, such a shame.

  20. WDW is way over priced. No value. Too much to spend all day waiting in line in the hot sun. Just as much fun to go to the beach.

  21. Increase profit and revenue? You do realize that the entire country is being ravaged by inflation? Right? Prices have increased everywhere for everything. Check out the grocery store. I think you’re pointing the finger in the wrong direction. Look at Washington, DC.

  22. I think this is just plain ignorant on Disney’s end. My wife and I are taking the entire family down in April, kids and grandkids. So as if the flights (no fault if Disney) and stay at resort weren’t bad enough, now we have to pay for the bus trip to the airport/back, there’s $1000. For what use to be free. Now food prices going up, well of course Disney…squeeze, squeeze, squeeze. We’re looking at about $40,000 for this “Magical” time. We must be nuts.

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