It is now less costly to vacation to Paris than stay at Disneyland in Anaheim

Subsequent a whirlwind of issues from Disneygoers about very poor goods excellent, “berserking” price hikes and the current determination to intestine no cost FastPasses in favor of paid out Lightning Lanes, a modern report from KTLA’s sister station shows that a trip to Disneyland in Anaheim is now nearly twice as pricey as traveling to Disney in Marne le Vallee, France.

This month, the outlet reported that it in June 2022, it charges a full of $4,571.50 for two people to remain at the Paradise Pier Resort – the lowest priced Disney assets vacation resort accessible –  for 6 nights with five times of park tickets involved.  

In the meantime, at Disneyland Paris, the least expensive on-residence hotel, the Resort Santa Fe, was quoted at $2,173.66 for 7 times of topic park tickets and a 6-night time keep (no foods were additional on and no insurance policies was selected). Even with a $1,456.74 flight from Los Angeles to Paris incorporated, the expertise would nonetheless occur out to a grand whole of $3,676.06.

Overall, tourists in this situation could conserve $895.44 by likely to Disneyland in Paris as a substitute of Anaheim. 

The soaring price of admission will come as no shock, especially taking into consideration that the entertainment franchise shed $710 million thanks to COVID-19 disruptions and closures. 

In October 2021, Disney announced that starting in March 2022, a sixth-degree ticket will be added to their tiered technique. It will cost site visitors $164 for a single-working day, single-park ticket, and those who wish to check out both parks in a one day will need to have to shell out $224 out of pocket. 

20-two a long time ago, a solitary-working day ticket to Disneyland expense just $41. Adjusted for inflation, that same ticket would price $62 currently –making some guests question where the magic has even gone

Disney associates did not reply to SFGATE’s request for comment at the time this post was composed. 

SFGATE Taking care of Editor Katie Dowd contributed to this report.