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Disney World 'enthusiasts' say theme park has 'lost its magic'
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A majority of "self-described Disney World enthusiasts" say the Florida theme park has "lost its magic" due to skyrocketing costs, according to a recent study.
A study from gambling website time2play surveyed 1,927 "Disney World enthusiasts," and of those, 68.3% reported the price hikes make them feel like the theme park has "lost its magic." A whopping 92.6% reported that they believe the high costs for the park has made a vacation for the average family "out of reach."
A ticket for Disney World’s Magic Kingdom in 1971 was a total of $3.50, according to the study. When adjusting for inflation, that would mean tickets would be about $25.60 today. Instead, tickets for one Disney World park range from $109 to $159 per day, according to the study.
Nearly 50% of respondents reported postponing a trip due to the price hikes.
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