Universal Studios Florida ‘The Simpsons’ Big Pink Donuts Increase in Price Again

Universal Studios Florida’s big pink donuts have increased in price by another $1 since we last reported on them in August 2022. These donuts are inspired by Homer Simpson’s favorite pink donuts as seen in “The Simpsons.”

The Big Pink Donut – $10.99

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These donuts are available at Lard Lad Donuts in Springfield, but also in other locations throughout the park, including Studio Sweets.

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The donuts were $8.99 in March 2022, then $9.99 in August, and now $10.99.

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How do you feel about this price increase on the big pink donuts? Let us know in the comments!

The Simpsons Ride & Springfield

The Simpsons Ride opened in May 2008 at both Universal Studios Florida and Universal Studios Hollywood. It replaced Back to the Future: The Ride, which closed in March 2007 in Florida and September 2007 in Hollywood.

The surrounding area in Universal Studios Florida was subsequently split off from World Expo (which now only houses Men in Black: Alien Attack) and become Springfield. At Universal Studios Hollywood, Springfield is part of the Upper Lot.

Doc Brown’s time-traveling train and the DeLorean both remain on display near Springfield in Universal Studios Florida, honoring the defunct attraction. An animated Doc, voiced by Christopher Lloyd, also appears briefly in the new attraction’s queue.

The Simpsons Ride utilizes Back to the Future: The Ride’s system, but with significant updates. It takes guests and the Simpsons family on a Krustyland coaster, but the ride gets interrupted by Sideshow Bob. As chaos ensues, guests end up on different Krustyland rides that parody classic theme park attractions.

Construction has been ongoing in Springfield at Universal Studios Florida for the past few months.

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