The cash-strapped Walt Disney Company is hiking the price of an exclusive “bucket list” promotion that zips guests around the world on a private jet to its theme parks and other historic sites for 24 days.
The “Adventures by Disney” package slated for 2024 will cost $115,000 per person — up from $110,000 this year, the company announced.
The higher price tag comes amid Disney CEO Bob Iger’s sweeping cost-cutting measures aimed at saving the company $5.5 billion.
The 75 Disney fanatics who pony up for the six-figure promotion will be whisked away to all 12 Disney amusement parks, including Tokyo Disneyland and Paris Disneyland.
The trip’s itinerary also includes stops at iconic landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, the Pyramids of Giza, and the Taj Mahal.
The guests will be ferried on a private jet — a Boeing 757-200 operated by Icelandair — staffed with an in-flight chef, three staffers, and a traveling physician.
The aircraft, which is built for 233 passengers, will have its interior customized for the smaller contingent that will provide “two-by-two, VIP-style leather seating.”
The trip begins in Los Angeles on June 16, 2024, and includes stops in San Francisco, Tokyo, Shanghai, Hong Kong, India, Cairo, Paris, and Orlando.
Travelers will be split up into smaller groups in each destination where they will be transported in sedans, deluxe minibuses, and deluxe motor coaches, according to the company.
Iger has been on a cost-cutting mission since returning to helm the Mouse House last year.
He recently enacted job cuts totaling 7,000 positions across the company’s properties.
Iger also plans to cut $2.5 billion in sales and general administrative expenses and other operating costs.
Another $3 billion in savings would come from reductions in non-sports content, including the layoffs.
The Post has sought comment from Disney.