Disney’s Bob Iger Thinks The Company’s Theme Park Prices Are Exorbitant

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It feels like everything is a lot more expensive, and if you share this view with us, you’re not alone. 

Disney’s top executive Bob Iger believes prices at the company’s theme parks have gotten to exorbitant limits, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing people close to him. 

Iger, who reclaimed the CEO position on Sunday after leaving the company less than a year ago, complained to friends at length about the decisions of his successor, Bob Chapek, according to the paper. Sources told the Journal that he was unsatisfied with price at Disney’s parks, including Walt Disney World, Disneyland, and others.

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“He’s killing the soul of the company,” Iger reportedly said. 

Disney did not return a request for comment. 

It needs to be clarified exactly which prices Iger was referring to. Ticket prices skyrocketed this year, along with the cost of concessions.  Disney also said it’s making more on hotels. Chapek told investors in May that people were spending 40% more at Disney’s theme parks than before the pandemic.