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After the effects that the Covid 19 pandemic left in the Disney theme parks and that led to the rise in prices and the delay of projects, the company announced a number of changes to improve the experience of your clients.
“Today we are pleased to announce some other updates we are making to improve the guest experience and to let our fans know that we are listening to their feedback,” the company said in a blog post.
The Walt Disney Co. is introducing various changes to its national theme parks in order to improve public perception of your business, including some facilities to bookno parking charge in certain circumstances and digital photos.
The company explained that Walt Disney World Annual Pass holders they will be able to visit the theme parks after 2 pm no reservation required (except Saturdays and Sundays at Magic Kingdom).
He also said that will stop charging for overnight parking at their resorts of Walt Disney World, a situation in which visitors had to pay a lot of money that they stopped using to spend inside the park. Disney had started charging for overnight parking at its resorts at Disney World in 2018.
In addition, users who purchase your Genie+ service will receive digital downloads of photos of your attractions taken in the park on the day of your purchase at no additional charge.
We hope these updates make your next visit more comfortable and enjoyableso you can focus on making memories with your family, friends and loved ones,” Avery Maehrer, Director of Communications for Walt Disney World, stated in a statement.
Losses due to COVID 19
Disney theme parks were one of the sectors most affected by the pandemic of COVID 19, because they had to close their facilities to avoid massive infections.
At the end of 2020, the company added losses of around 3 billion dollars. It is also i0o in need of lay off more than 30 thousand workerswhile others went on unpaid leave.
After these affectations and after being able to open its facilities, there was an increase of around 10% at some of the parks prices.
As published by CNN in late 2022, for a family of two adults and two children to park a car at the Disneyland Resort during the peak Christmas season, hop between its two parks and use the Genie+ service, $1,086 dollars would be spent at that time for that day (not counting food or buying souvenirs). Before the recent price increase, the cost was $9.88, an increase of almost 10%.
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