DisneyLand Tickets To Measure Consumer Inflation | Exploring Markets

DisneyLand Tickets To Measure Consumer Inflation

Here's an interesting inflation gauge.

Or at least a barometer of consumer wealth and willingness to spend.

Someone should look into this, or at least study it to some degree.

Below is a chart showing the cost of 1 Disneyland ticket to enter its main park. It's pretty fascinating to see how much each ticket price has increased over the years. In 2000, 1 ticket cost $43.00. Today, that same ticket cost $99.00: