As a guest preparing for a Disneyland vacation, it’s important to look at all of the costs associated with the visit beforehand to make sure the trip doesn’t break the piggy bank.
You’ve made the travel arrangements, booked the best Disneyland hotel, and bought the park tickets (as well as made reservations for them). You’ve even set a budget for the merchandise, but what about the food? That’s just as important to plan ahead for.
Especially since Disneyland is increasing food prices at various locations across the resort.
Examples of Increased Disneyland Food Costs
Disney recently announced Magic Key renewals and the price increases to go along with them. While Magic Key holders can receive discounts on food, it’s helpful to know that prices are going up on some food items as well.
Here are a few examples of increased food costs seen at both the Disneyland Resort and California Adventure:
Dole Whip – $5.99 to $6.49
All skewers have increased by 50 cents
The Mickey pretzel – $4.99 to $5.49
Corn Dog Castle
The corn dog – $9.79 to $10.59
All-Beef Hot Dog – $8.99 to $9.79
Uptown Chili Dog from $9.99 to $10.79
Flo’s V8 Café
Cobb Deville salad – $10.99 to $11.99
Ramone’s Low and Slow Club – $11.99 to $12.99
Souvenir and Premium bucket prices have increased by $1.25, bottled beverages and potato chips by 50 cents, and fountain drinks by 30 cents.
(H/T: Laughing Place)
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