The 2010 year shined a new light on the way that amusement parks are viewingthemselves and their clientele in recent years. Since the economic collapse in 2008, many amusement parks have been struggling to sell tickets – this in the face of the idea that amusement parks have been historically considered “recession proof.” The reason why they are considered such is mostly due to the fact that they are relatively cheap for the amount of amusement and entertainment that they produce. However, the might of the economic collapse even rendered the more modestly- priced amusement parks out of the reach of many families, let alone the larger ones like Walt Disney World that cost over eighty dollars a day for admission.
Amusement parks have retaliated by offering lower ticket prices than ever before. In the case of Walt Disney World, while the general admittance ticket has actually risen over the course of the year, the amount of package deals that have been offered by the entertainment behemoth make the overall cost of a longer stay spent at Walt Disney World very affordable, indeed. Be sure to check for package options when you next consider an upcoming trip to Walt Disney World – you might be astonished at how much money you can save by taking advantage of bundled deals!
Of course, the more money that you save on getting into the parks means that you’ll have more leeway to enjoy the day before you and not worry so much about saving money at every turn. You’ll be able to relax and feel like a kid again – which is the entire point of the exercise, right?