Disney World Resurrects a Big Event, but It Will Cost You.

The titans of the amusement park industry continue to rely on a tactic that some tourists adore and others can't afford.

Many families now aspire to spend their vacations at Disney World. Many middle-class families are no longer able to afford a trip to the Walt Disney theme park

 as prices continue to rise.Disney has increased pricing in various ways to make up for the marginally lower revenue from admission fees. 

Previously free services like FastPass+ have evolved into premium options like Genie+ and Lightning Lane.

Food servings have shrunk or gone up in price, and Magic Bands, which park pass holders and guests traditionally received free of charge, are now an additional expense.

The massive theme park operator seeks to maximize profits while providing a satisfactory experience. Bringing back its Halloween and Christmas After Hours events

is one way it has achieved this.Disney has planned a new offering that will start on January 4 at Hollywood Studios and on January 9 at Magic Kingdom as a follow-up

to its holiday After Hours event.If you are unfamiliar with Disney After Hours, these late-night, individually ticketed activities allow you to enjoy a theme park

at Walt Disney World for three more hours after regular park hours while also providing snacks.The After Hours activities start at 7 p.m. and demand a unique ticket. 

Starting on October 7, 2022, all visitors can purchase event tickets for Magic Kingdom Park and Disney's Hollywood Studios for a price ranging from $129 to $159 per ticket.