In today’s Q2 2022 earnings report, CEO Bob Chapek praised the domestic Disney Parks for revenue growth and attributed the $4.9 billion revenue to “strong demand with customized and personalized guest experience enhancements,” i.e. Disney Genie+, leading to a 40% rise in per capita spending. It also grew 20% since Q1 2022.
An increase in guest spending could be attributed to increases in costs across the company, including admission, food and beverage, and merchandise. More price increases are on the horizon, as seen by the ticket prices for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, which go on sale beginning next week.
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