But, they certainly don’t come cheap — and if you’re anything like us, you like to EAT. That means lots of snacks, meals, drinks, and of course, desserts. The costs can add up quickly, but it’s designed that way for a reason — which is why Disney World food just can’t be cheap.
We’re not going to sugar coat it: Taking a trip to Disney World is expensive.
That’s why it’s important to stay aware of all of the potential deals and discounts you can get, when the most expensive times are to visit the parks, price increases, and more. But, another major issue that’s affecting almost everything in the U.S. right now is inflation. So, how could inflation impact your 2023 trip to Disney World? We’re breaking it all down for you right here.
Halloween is fast approaching, and we’re already anticipating all of that CANDY we’re going to eat!
Everyone seems to be getting in the spirit — McDonald’s has Halloween Happy Meals, Amazon has a ton of costumes, and Disney is celebrating with a party, of course. But, something you might not be thinking about this year is your Halloween budget. And, prices have increased for a vital part of the Halloween experience.
With things getting back to normal after the pandemic, we’ve seen a HUGE increase in travel within this year.
Airports crowds have picked back up in 2022, and we’ve seen some airports struggle to deal with the demand due to staffing shortages. Because of this, there were thousands of flight cancelations this summer. But how has that affected customer satisfaction at airports around the country? Well, the numbers are in, and some airports are ranked much higher than others.
Air travel has been a bit of a challenge in recent months.
There have been thousands of flight cancelations and delays, there are staffing issues, and some airlines are even cutting routes. Other airlines are merging or adding routes, though, so it’s not all bad in terms of options for customers. If you’ve noticed that prices for plane tickets have been rather high lately, you’re not alone. And, we might now know part of the reason for the high costs.
If you’ve taken a trip to the grocery store recently, you may have been met with quite the shock upon seeing the bill. “What on earth just cost me $100?!” 😳 is what you may have been thinking (and we don’t blame ya).
Everyday items have become very expensive over the past several months due, in part, to inflation, though other factors have also impacted food supplies and prices. We’ve seen smaller crop numbers in Florida’s citrus industry lead to predictions of increasing orange juice costs, and supply chain issues impact everything from chicken tenders to cream cheese. But those painful grocery bills could get a little bit better soon.
A lot of people start their days off with a nice, hot cup of Joe — or some iced coffee, if that’s what floats your boat!
There’s a bunch of options for coffee in Disney World, with Starbucks and Joffrey’s locations located all around the parks, resorts, and Disney Springs. It’s even where you can find specialty items, like the exclusive drinks Joffrey’s makes for the EPCOT festivals! We’ve seen coffee prices go up in the past, and now, it looks like they could go up again soon.
It’s no secret that Disney World has gotten increasingly more expensive over the years.
More and more free offerings have been replaced with paid versions in the parks, and guests have been feeling the squeeze for quite some time. But according to a new report, Disney World actually isn’t the most expensive theme park in the United States — in fact, it’s not even the most expensive theme park in Florida!
With the 4th of July festivities around the corner, you can expect some seriously busy days in Disney World and elsewhere. But some Americans may be done facing those high flight prices and spending big buck in other areas too.
For many, this summer is THE time to travel, since vacations have been on hold for the past couple of years and now a lot of COVID-19 restrictions are being relaxed. We’ve seen some big crowds in Disney World, and tourist destinations all over the world are in high demand. But the itch to get out and travel hasn’t hit everyone, and even some people who want to get out and vacation are putting their plans on hold for a while longer.
There are still plenty of reasons to not travel this summer, including health concerns, inflated prices, and limited capacity at tourist spots. But what are the BIGGEST reasons why you’re staying home instead of packing your suitcase? We asked you on Facebook, and now we’ve got the results! [Read more…]