MAis, grace a un forum americain, j ai achete mes passe aujourd\'hui, les nouveau tarifs commencent demain, c ets pas super internet???
Walt Disney World raises ticket prices by $2
By Jerry W. Jackson
Orlando (FL) Sentinel Staff Writer
May 31, 2003
A day at the Magic Kingdom will cost you a bit more beginning Sunday.
Walt Disney World\'s one-day ticket prices at its four parks are going up by $2,
to $52 for adults and $42 for children, plus tax.
A Disney spokesman said Friday that the increase, the park\'s first since
September, is being made \"for business reasons\" but is not tied to any forecast
for summer attendance.
\"There\'s no message here about performance,\" said Rick Sylvain. \"Even with the
increase, our ticket prices still represent a great entertainment value.\"
SeaWorld and Universal Orlando raised their prices last January, and Disney
held the line at that time, as the tourist industry remained in a slump because
of the weak economy and terrorist concerns.
But Disney did not leapfrog the competition by much in the price increase
announced Friday -- besting SeaWorld\'s and Universal\'s adult price by a bare
nickel. Disney\'s children\'s ticket remains 95 cents lower than the competition.
Representatives for SeaWorld and Universal said they had no comment on Disney\'s
increase, which also affects multiday \"park hopper\" prices but not annual pass
holders. Disney\'s four-day adult pass rises to $208 from $199 and the five-day
pass to $269 from $259. Certain discount deals, such as for Florida residents,
SeaWorld spokeswoman Becca Bides said the marine-life adventure park, which
recently unveiled a dining, shopping and entertainment district, has \"no plans
at this time\" to raise prices.
Jim Canfield, spokesman for Universal, said his company does not discuss
\"pricing or ticketing strategy.\"
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