Disney’s Parks Are Losing Millions Every Day Since Closing

A report in Variety estimates that just the closure of Disney’s domestic parks, Disneyland and Walt Disney World, is costing the company between $20 and $30 million every single day. That means the total cost to the company, assuming the parks reopen on April 1, which is by no means a guarantee at this point, will be somewhere in the neighborhood of $400 million. And again, that’s just for the domestic parks. That’s not including the Disney parks in Hong Kong, Shanghai or Paris, which are also closed and obviously costing the company money.

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