Re: How much money does Disneyland make in a day?

I know I read an article a while ago that said the DLR, which includes some non-Disney owned DTD businesses, but is mostly Disney sales (and of course they're getting rent from those businesses) has been in the neighborhood of 1 billion a year of retail and hotel sales for the last few years. This was based on sales and hotels taxes which are public record, but did not include park ticket revenue because that isn't taxed.

You could come up with an educated guess on the ticket revenue I'll try and give a conservative estimate based on the approximate nubmers I've hearn. If you say 21,000,000 clicks a year and you assume about half that goes to AP's you have about 10.5 million who probably payed at least $50 per day on average. So that's 525 million. Then you have the AP's. Lets say there are 850,000 APs and we'll just simplify this and say that the average price amongst the AP's based on their weighted average would probably be around $225. So that's another 191 million.

Then parking, lets say 12,000 cars per day, with and average cost of 10 dollars due to the AP's. That's another almost 44 million a year.

So if you add that all up you get 1b+525m+191m+44m=1.76 billion.

So you divide that daily and you get about 4.8 million per day. So that's my guess.

I know I read an article a while ago that said the DLR, which includes some non-Disney owned DTD businesses, but is mostly Disney sales (and of course they're getting rent from those businesses) has been in the neighborhood of 1 billion a year of retail and hotel sales for the last few years. This was based on sales and hotels taxes which are public record, but did not include park ticket revenue because that isn't taxed.

You could come up with an educated guess on the ticket revenue I'll try and give a conservative estimate based on the approximate nubmers I've hearn. If you say 21,000,000 clicks a year and you assume about half that goes to AP's you have about 10.5 million who probably payed at least $50 per day on average. So that's 525 million. Then you have the AP's. Lets say there are 850,000 APs and we'll just simplify this and say that the average price amongst the AP's based on their weighted average would probably be around $225. So that's another 191 million.

Then parking, lets say 12,000 cars per day, with and average cost of 10 dollars due to the AP's. That's another almost 44 million a year.

So if you add that all up you get 1b+525m+191m+44m=1.76 billion.

So you divide that daily and you get about 4.8 million per day. So that's my guess.

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