You Can Be a Big Spender at Disney Parks and Resorts
You’re going to Walt Disney World, and you are ready to buy something BIG to remember the occasion. Well, you can be a big spender and come home with a highly coveted souvenir.
Do you happen to have $55,000 burning a hole in your pocket? If so, then you may want to buy the Arribas Brothers Crystal Cinderella Castle in the Magic Kingdom. This merchandise item is made to order, and it is ready for you in about three months.
Would you like to spend even more dough? Then once upon a time, you could’ve headed over to the Shanghai Museum of Glass. The museum featured “The Fantasy Castle,” which cost $64,000. This castle had 24-karat gold spires, and it was designed by the Arribas Brothers. Although it took over 500 hours to create the castle, two children bumped into the display and destroyed it in seconds.
Citizen created specialty watches for Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary. You can take one home for anywhere between $275 to $895.
Hey, guys! If you’re looking to get engaged soon, then you may want a special Disney engagement ring. You can find the most expensive diamond ring from the Enchanted Disney Fine Jewelry collection at $7,000. Pro tip: only purchase this ring if you’re sure she’ll say, “Yes!”
If you would like to spend extra cash on your experience, then you can book a VIP Tour for an entire day at Walt Disney World. Your tour guide efficiently boards your family on favorite attractions and shares secrets about the park. However, the VIP tour’s price range is $425 to $850 per hour, and park admission is not included.
Guests can visit Blizzard Beach or Typhoon Lagoon for about $70. However, if you want to relax luxuriously, then get a private cabana that costs above $350.
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort houses Victoria & Albert’s, a Signature restaurant indeed. Here, you can enjoy a delicious meal for a little more than $185 per guest. Include wine pairings for an additional $65 and an international caviar tasting as the first-course enhancement for $295.
Guests can build their own lightsaber and droid at Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Droid units typically cost $99.99 plus tax; however, you can also purchase the replica R2-D2 unit at the Droid Depot for $25,000.
When I was a kid, I owned a Mickey Mouse landline phone. Who knew that one day it would be a vintage item? Now, I can repurchase my old phone off eBay for about $100.
Live in the Magic
For a pretty penny, you can live in the middle of the magic at the gated Golden Oak community. This is Disney World’s only residential area on the property, but you can live in an elegant home near Disney World for only $2 million.
Indeed, you can be a big spender in various ways at Disney Park and Resorts. Would you be willing to spend some of your hard-earned money on any of these experiences?
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