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Disney World's astonishing experience for rich people who pay $40,000 to spend a week there
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Disney World's astonishing experience for rich people who pay $40,000 to spend a week there

That's quite the difference from a standard visit to the theme park

People say that money can't buy happiness, but it seems that the happiest place on earth might disagree.

While a standard visit to Disney World, Florida is certainly not cheap, there is also another option which costs a whopping $40,000 and gives you experiences which are not available to people on a standard ticket.

Assuming you want to drop that much on the visit of course.

Now, to be clear this is not $40k just for one day's entry to the park, this is for the entire week.

And of course it includes all the mod cons that you might want to indulge in on a visit to Disney World, whether it's princess oriented, Star Wars oriented, Star Wars princess oriented, or anything in between.

So, what can you get for a week at Disney World for $40,000?

Well, if you are looking to save money then a family of two parents and two kids can spend between $5,000 to around $25,000.

$25,000 isn't exactly a low budget for a week long holiday, but it's still nearly half of $40,000.

Fancy a $40k trip to Disney World?
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Where the expenses start to rack up is in which hotel you stay at, and all the extra experiences and passes that you book.

For example, taking account of staying in a two-bedroom suite at a high-end hotel at the park, four 'park-hopper plus' passes to get access to rides and attractions more quickly, and Genie+ passes, and VIP tours and you will find the expenses adding up quickly to the region of $40,000.

So it's the equivalent of spending a down payment on a house, on a holiday. Wow.

Then there are the other optional extras that you can indulge in while you're there.

This could be a princess make-up session, which promises a 'royal transformation' where 'children become elegant princesses and shining knights — right before your eyes!'

That's a lot of money on a holiday.
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That will set you back between $100 and $180 per person, before tax.

If that doesn't sound like your bag, you could always go in for lightsaber building.

This means that you can build and take home your very own custom lightsaber. Certainly a hit for any aspiring Jedi who pay a visit.

But unlike at the Jedi temple, here building your lightsaber will set you back $250 a pop. Maybe the Jedi do scholarships.

All in all, there are any number of extra experiences you can indulge in while you're there.

Ultimately as long as you have a nice time and enjoy yourself, that's all that matters.