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Walt Disney World Food Prices Have “Significantly” Out-Paced Inflation – Report

If you’re visiting Walt Disney World with your family, you might want to eat first.

A new report from Finance Buzz shows prices for concessions at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, have increased an average of 61% over the past 10 years — more than the average increase in a single park ticket, which has gone up 56% over the past decade.

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The actual rate of inflation for the last 10 years was pegged at 32% by the report.

Rising high are such fan favorites as the Dole Whip dessert, which has gone up 58%, and the Mickey Mouse-shaped ice cream bar, which has increased 63% in the past 10 years.

The highest single-item increase is the bread service at Animal Kingdom restaurant Sanaa. That has climbed from $9.99 to $22 since 2014.

“Prices for every single item have risen by at least $1.50, with most going up by at least $2 since 2014,” Finance Buzz wrote in its study. “But while food costs have skyrocketed, the base price for the most affordable Disney World tickets has remained remarkably stable, going up just $19 from 2014 to 2024.”

The researchers obtained its data by taking current food and beverage prices from the Walt Disney World website and comparing them to the old Disney website using the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine.

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