Walt Disney World and the Disneyland Resort both experienced a increase in per guest spending during the third fiscal quarter of 2022.
It was revealed during The Walt Disney Company’s quarterly earnings report that per capita spending at the domestic parks increased 10% versus Q3 of 2021, while it makes a 40% increase versus the same quarter of 2019, prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, hotel occupancy at the resorts currently sits at 90%.
The boost extended to Disneyland Paris as well. During the earnings report, it was reported that the resort has experienced increased attendance and revenue. All in all, Disney Parks, Products, and Experiences earned $7.4 billion in Q3, rising 70% year over year.