TELL US: Will the increase in Disney World ticket prices prevent you from visiting?
Walt Disney World will cost you more in 2023. Prices on most tickets, including single-day, multi-day and annual passes will go up on December 8. The company had just hiked up ticket prices in February. This is the second time in a calendar year that going to Disney parks cost you more.
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I'm in the Disney College Program, so I work in the Disney parks and get free access for 9 months. The rules are strict and the days are long, but I love it.
Cassie Schoene loves working on the Mission: Space ride at Epcot and living at Disney as part of her work-study program but finds the rules strict.news.yahoo.com
4 springtime activities we love at Walt Disney World
The resort is currently celebrating its 50th anniversary celebration, and now is the perfect time to celebrate the season and upcoming Easter holiday. If you plan on visiting, we have uncovered a number of fun activities for families to experience while out exploring the theme parks and nearby resort hotels.
Dream Big! Disney on Ice returns to Jax
Disney on Ice returns to Vystar Veterans Memorial Arena for a weekend full of fun for the entire family. See some of your favorite characters from your favorite Disney movies skating to stories people have loved for decades. There are multiple shows running throughout the weekend.
DeSantis blasts Disney for ‘woke’ response on Florida sexual identity in schools bill
Gov. Ron DeSantis is condemning Disney’s response to Florida’s bill banning discussion of sexual orientation and identity in some classrooms, calling the company “woke” and saying it’s fallen for “phony hysteria” from the corporate media.