Before 2020, a ticket to Disneyland cost 104 dollars, around two thousand Mexican pesos.
In 2021, Walt Disney World brought in approximately US$16.55 billion.
In 2020, more than 18.5 million people visited the different parks in the complex.
Social networks have become the best communication tool for people around the world. For this reason, many feel comfortable sharing their day-to-day life and even their experiences with their community, such as the case of a woman who told how the viral TikTok “trick” of wearing an “inappropriate” top at Disney World will make the park gives you a free t-shirt.
The Walt Disney World theme parks are undoubtedly the entertainment leaders in this branch, so according to its annual report in 2021, it entered approximately 16 thousand 550 million US dollars thanks to the different parks and vacation complexes that it has around the world.
For its part, a study by Themed Entertainment Association, detailed that in 2020, more than 18.5 million people visited the different parks of the Walt Disney World Resort complex, located in the State of Florida. Magic Kingdom, with nearly seven million visitors, was the company’s most visited park.
Can you enter Disney in a bikini?
Being one of the most famous parks in the entire world, Disney’s dress code has been a topic of conversation on social media in recent months. Given this, several young women have been asked to follow the dress code in the parks and have been told that they must change or leave the park.
The first time this happened, Disney gave the person a chance to get a free t-shirt. But now things have changed and Disney has now said that guests will need to buy a t-shirt right away or leave the park.
However, on TikTok there are many videos where some visitors give advice to go with an inappropriate t-shirt so that the park employees will give them a free branded one to enter, such as the case of a woman who recorded her experience and shared it on the video platform.
The young tintokera documented the entire process that she carried out when she arrived at the amusement park, where she says that she took off the shirt she was wearing to stay in a tiny bikini, and then walked towards the entrance, where, according to the testimonies she saw in a video on TikTok park workers gave him a free brand t-shirt, so he can enter.
@heleniofficial free shirt hack at Disney World!? 🤔 #fypシ #disneyworldorlandoflorida #fyp #disneyhacksguide #disneyhacks2022 ♬ original sound – Heleni
“Trying the TikTok hack to get a free t-shirt at Disney World Orlando,” he wrote in the video, which has been viewed 6.4 million times since it was posted on Oct. 1.
To her excitement, park employees, called cast members, stopped her, forcing her to buy a shirt to cover up.
“Denial! The trick”, said the netizen in the recording of her.
According to the park’s rules on what to wear for a day at Disney, “clothing that by nature exposes excessive portions of the skin that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family setting” could result in you being denied entry. to the mouse house.
Therefore, appropriate clothing, including shoes and shirts, must be worn at all times. The parks are an informal and familiar environment. Making sure the parks are family-friendly is an important part of the Disney experience. In that spirit, we ask that you use your discretion and common sense.”
Heleni’s attempt received hundreds of comments and interactions on the Chinese social network.
“Cast member here. It no longer works. It got too popular online and everyone was doing it,” a purported Disney worker commented on the recording.
But others said that Heleni did not do it correctly. “You have to be inside the park, not outside,” another comment advised.
Disney-goers have been very creative in recent months when it comes to saving money at the park. Recall that last month, a “shameless” woman went viral for dressing an elementary school boy as a baby to avoid paying the sky-high admission prices at the Orlando park.
And this is how everything that happens in the world today is shared on social networks, where people feel comfortable commenting on their experiences and even more so when they involve a brand.