We’re feeling a strong urge to splurge coming on! Luckily for us, we know all the best places to find some of Disney World’s priciest stuff! Come along with us and let us spoil you, TOO!
Who’s ready to roll like a Disney World VIP? You are? That’s good because here we go!
Swarovski Encrusted Gift Card
First, you’re going to need a little pocket change! That’s why we’re issuing everyone a $300 Swarovski jewel-encrusted gift card! JK — as if we had that kinda money laying around! But if we did, you’d certainly find one of these little guys under your pillow from us!
These limited edition gift cards were released last year to celebrate Mickey’s 90th birthday and are covered with 2,500 Swarvoski crystals. It also comes with a custom collectors gift box and $90 bucks spending money already loaded onto it — now we know why Mickey’s got such a big SMILE!
Cinderella Castle by Arribas Brothers
If bling is your THING, allow us to tempt some of that $90 towards a down payment on your very own Cinderella Castle! You’ll find this enormous figurine at Arribas Brothers Crystal Arts Shop over in Magic Kingdom. While it may look like it’s part of the store’s decorations, we can assure you the replica made with 28,255 handset Swarovski crystals is actually for sale!
For a mere $37,500, this castle can be yours. Plus, with that hefty price tag, it also includes a custom metal case and certificate of authenticity. Since there are only 50 of these bad boys in the whole world, we’d say that’s a steal of a deal!
Roberto Coin Olaf Necklace
If you’d rather be the one that’s bedazzled, you’ll find a wide selection of jewels to choose from at Disney World! If you want to give this adorable Roberto Coin Olaf Necklace warm hugs, it’ll cost you $2550!
If you’re having trouble keeping track of time, how about one of these stylish Citizen watches? They range in price from $375 all the way up to $850 for some of the more exclusive timepieces such as this Limited Edition Snow White Watch!
Only 820 of these stunning beauties were ever created making them something truly fit for a priceless princess!
Victoria and Albert’s Chef’s Table
Note: Victoria and Albert’s is currently closed.
If all that shopping has worked up your appetite for some extra-luxurious eats, look no further than Victoria and Albert’s Restaurant at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort. While the prices are similar from other fine dining restaurants on property, we’d like to sit at the Chef’s Table for $250 a person — that way we can spy on the culinary masters as they prepare our delicious feast!
Add-ons, including a wine pairing for $150, will cost extra, but why not indulge? We might just hold off on their selection of upgraded waters which includes a $120 bottle of Svalbardi polar iceberg water. Why does it cost so much? It’s 4,000 years old and comes tapped from ACTUAL icebergs! They also have several bottles of wine over $6000 — including a $13000 Bordeaux red blend and a vintage port which costs $1000 by the glass!
Speaking of pricey booze, you’ve heard of bottle service, right? Well, there are all sorts of exclusive liquors that are reserved only for Disney World’s biggest spenders! Many of these options won’t appear on just any regular old menu (also because many of ’em are super rare and can sell-out quickly!). So if you’re feeling extra fancy, be sure to ask your server what they’ve got in stock!
Morimoto Asia recently ran out of their 18-year aged Yamazaki Mizunara Japanese Whisky. Only 5,000 bottles were ever made and each one had a value of around $4,000!
Meanwhile, the majority of these special reserves can be found throughout the rest of Disney Springs’ finest dining establishments. Enzo’s Hideaway has also been known to stash exclusive rums and whiskeys that you’ll have to be in-the-know to know about!
Of course, one of our favorite stops to have a shot is La Cava del Tequila in Epcot’s World Showcase! We miss these Cast Members so much, we’ve been tuning into their margarita mixology classes just to see their smiling mustachioed faces again — AND learn how to make a drink or two!
La Cava serves up a $207 Supreme Tequila Flight as well as a Jose Cuervo 250th Aniversario Tequila that sells for $250 a glass — and not just any glass! We’re talking a SHOT glass! Now that’s an expensive swig!
When it comes to Designer Mickey and Minnie Ears, the prices can really run the gamut! Heidi Klum Designer Minnie Ears made our jaws drop when they hit the shelves last year. They could be yours for only $600. And while we thought maybe some folks may have had some buyers remorse, The Blonds Mickey Ears sold out online in mere moments! They also cost $600!
So far, we haven’t seen Disney release any ears that have gone over $600, but we have a feeling that could definitely happen someday!
If you truly want to feel like you own the keys to the castle, you gotta check out Disney World’s special VIP tours. Plus, we’ve got some good news for you folks with DEEP pockets. These already quite-opulent experiences got a price hike making them even ritzier!
For the standard VIP experience, you must book a minimum of 7 hours, with rates starting at $425 per hour. However, depending on what time of the year you go, this base cost can fluctuate. These tours previously peaked at $625, but with the latest price increase they now cost up to $850 per hour! Yikes!
Not extra-spendy enough? How about Disney World’s World of Dreams Tour? When it was previously available, the tour cost $12,000 and accommodates up to six guests, so that’s really only $2,000-a-head! The tour is 12 hours long, totally customizable, and can include pretty much whatever you want it to!
Wanna see the Cinderella Castle Suite, have a photo sesh in front of the castle, and special viewing of any of Disney World’s many nighttime spectaculars? That all included! Stuffing your face including all meals and snacks — no problem!
The only things that are not provided are your actual park tickets (strangely), but you’ll still get the full VIP treatment including minimal wait times for attractions, private transportation between the parks, and even better, any additional days can be purchased for a discounted price — only $10,000 for any additional days you tack on!
Which Disney resort is the biggest budget buster? While you might think it’s the aforementioned Cinderella Castle Suite, that room isn’t actually for rent! Guests have to be invited to stay there by Disney, a privilege that’s given instead of paid for! The honor of “Disney World’s priciest cribs” was actually bestowed to the Polynesian Bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort!
These Disney Vacation Club properties are typically rented using DVC points, but a stay in one of these overwater joints is valued at $2,700 to $5,000 per night! Each 2 bedroom/ 2 bathroom suite can sleep up to 8 and also boasts a full kitchen, plunge pool on the deck, and prime views of Magic Kingdom over the Seven Seas Lagoon!
Other $2,000+ Disney guest rooms include the Steeple Chase Suite at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn, The Presidental Suite at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, and the Royal Asante Suite at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge! Talk about lifestyles of the rich and Disney famous!
Cruise the Lagoon
Note: The Grand One yacht cruise is currently unavailable.
Not only can you lay your head down in your sweet Polynesian Bungalow abode right over the Seven Seas Lagoon, but you can also charter a private yacht to sail around it! The Grand One boat is docked at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and you can rent it for $400 per hour.
You can bring up to 18 party people with you for the ride (only 17 if you bring Mr. Belvedere along with you. You heard us right, there’s a BUTLER INCLUDED!) Why not go for a ride next time you travel to Disney World to see the fireworks in a whole new way or add-on private dining experience!
Tying the Knot at Disney World
Of course, the ultimate way to spend some cash at Disney World is to get married there! We know this is like living in your own fairy tale for many Disney fans!
Prices can vary greatly for the chance to exchange nuptials at Disney World. Baseline prices start around $3500 for four people (bride and groom included!). And that’s just for a 1-hour private ceremony — no cake, no food, nothing!
An after park hours ceremony at Magic Kingdom starts at about $50,000 while Magic Kingdom’s East Plaza Garden can be rented out for upwards of $75,000. Of course, we’re talking ceremony-only — if you want to arrive in Cinderella’s Carriage, that’s an additional $3,000. Wanna have Mickey and Minnie swing by for half an hour? That’s a cost-effective use of $1650 because having three Disney princesses attend your wedding runs $2150 per half hour!
Can’t afford to tie the knot? Custom engagement packages start at around $7500, just don’t forget to BYO engagement ring — that isn’t included in the cost!
We’ll, it’s probably time to start saving up some funds for our next trip to Disney World, otherwise how are we going to pay for all this stuff!? It’s fun to think about how incredible some of these experiences cost, but we’re usually just as happy eating a Mickey Ice Cream Bar and walking down Main Street, U.S.A. — make that a Premium Mickey Ice Cream Bar, if you catch our drift!
Have you ever treated yourself to something insanely expensive at Disney World? Tell us what it was and if you feel it was worth the money in the comments below!