Christian Sylt

Forbes

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Journalist who covers the Disneyland theme park industry for Forbes, The Independent, and others

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Theme parks worldwide have shut down due to COVID-19. That includes Disney, which reports a loss of   $1 billion    in operating revenue due to park closures.

How might Disney, Universal, Six Flags reopen their theme parks during COVID-19?

Theme parks worldwide have shut down due to COVID-19. That includes Disney, which reports a loss of $1 billion in operating revenue due to park closures.

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Disney announced this week that it would hike ticket prices at theme parks across the country. But Disney’s theme parks made $15 billion in revenue last year.

Prices Up at Disney Theme Parks

Disney announced this week that it would hike ticket prices at theme parks across the country. But Disney’s theme parks made $15 billion in revenue last year.

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