Disney Revenue Statistics and Details | Disney Resources

I recently sat down to find out just how much money Disney makes and here are the more interesting Disney revenue statistics I was able to dig up. I know some of you are looking for Disney World Revenue or Disneyland Revenue specifically, and unfortunately, Disney does not break that out in their filings, rather they are grouped together in a Disney Parks and Resorts segment. As always, I will be adding more and updating these periodically as I find new stuff. Be sure to check back regularly.

Disney Revenue Statistics disney world disneyland 2017 2018Disney is clearly an American success story. Few companies have experienced the growth and longevity that Disney has and the Mouse isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. In fact, with their purchase of Marvel, Star Wars and soon Fox, a new mega-theme park in China and their integration of digital into pretty much everything they own, Disney has set themselves up for continued financial success for decades to come.

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Walt Disney Company revenue for Q2 FY 2019:

$14.922 billion

3% YOY Increase


Walt Disney Company media networks revenue for Q2 FY 2019:

$5.525 billion

0% YOY Increase


Walt Disney Company parks, experiences and consumer products revenue for Q2 FY 2019:

$6.169 billion

5% YOY Increase


Walt Disney Company studio entertainment revenue for Q2 FY 2019:

2.134 billion

15% YOY Decrease


Walt Disney Company direct to to consumer and international revenue for Q2 FY 2019:

$955 million

15% YOY Increase


Walt Disney Company revenue for Q1 FY 2019:

$15.303 billion

0% YOY Increase


Walt Disney Company media networks revenue for Q1 FY 2019:

$5.921 billion

7% YOY Increase


Walt Disney Company parks, experiences and consumer products revenue for Q1 FY 2019:

$6.824 billion

5% YOY Increase


Walt Disney Company studio entertainment revenue for Q1 FY 2019:

$1.824 billion

27% YOY Decrease


Walt Disney Company direct to to consumer and international revenue for Q1 FY 2019:

$918  million

1% YOY Decrease


Walt Disney Company revenue for Q4 FY 2018:

$14.307 billion

12% YOY Increase


Walt Disney Company media networks revenue for Q4 FY 2018:

$5.963 billion

9% YOY Increase


Walt Disney Company parks and resorts revenue for Q4 FY 2018:

$5.070 billion

9% YOY Increase


Walt Disney Company studio entertainment revenue for Q4 FY 2018:

$2.151 billion

50% YOY Increase


Walt Disney Company consumer products & interactive media revenue for Q4 FY 2018:

$1.123  billion

8% YOY Decrease


Walt Disney Company revenue for Q3 FY 2018:

$15.228 billion


Walt Disney Company media networks revenue for Q3 FY 2018:

$6.156 billion


Walt Disney Company parks and resorts revenue for Q3 FY 2018:

$5.193 billion


Walt Disney Company studio entertainment revenue for Q3 FY 2018:

$2.878 billion


Walt Disney Company consumer products & interactive media revenue for Q3 FY 2018:

$1.001 billion


Walt Disney Company revenue for Q2 FY 2018:

$14.548 billion


Walt Disney Company media networks revenue for Q2 FY 2018:

$6.138 billion


Walt Disney Company parks and resorts revenue for Q2 FY 2018:

$4.879 billion


Walt Disney Company studio entertainment revenue for Q2 FY 2018:

$2.454 billion


Walt Disney Company consumer products & interactive media revenue for Q2 FY 2018:

$1.077 billion


 Walt Disney Company revenue for Q1 FY 2018:

$15.351 billion


Walt Disney Company media networks revenue for Q1 FY 2018:

$6.243 billion


Walt Disney Company parks and resorts revenue for Q1 FY 2018:

$5.154 billion


Walt Disney Company studio entertainment revenue for Q1 FY 2018:

$2.504 billion


Walt Disney Company consumer products & interactive media revenue for Q1 FY 2018:

$1.450 billion


Walt Disney Company revenue for Q4 FY 2017:

$12.779 billion


Walt Disney Company revenue for Q3 FY 2017:

$14.238 billion


Walt Disney Company revenue for Q2 FY 2017:

$13.336 billion


Walt Disney Company revenue for FY 2016:

$55.632 billion


Walt Disney Company revenue for Q1 FY 2017:

$15.244 billion


Walt Disney Company revenue for Q4 FY 2016:

$13.142 billion


Walt Disney Company revenue for Q3 FY 2016:

$14.277 billion


Disney Q2 FY 2016 revenue:

$12.9 billion


Disney Q1 FY 2016 revenue:

$15.2 billion


Amount of revenue that Disney parks and resorts brought in FY2016:

$16.974 billion


Amount of revenue that Disney media brought in FY2016:

$23.689 billion


Amount of revenue that Disney studio entertainment brought in FY2016:

$9.441 billion


Amount of revenue that Disney consumer products & interactive media brought in FY2016:

$5.528 billion


Amount of revenue that Disney parks and resorts brought in FY2015:

$16.1 billion


Amount of revenue that Disney media brought in FY2015:

$23.2 billion


Amount of revenue that Disney studio entertainment brought in FY2015:

$7.3 billion


Amount of revenue that Disney consumer products brought in FY2015:

$4.5 billion


Amount of revenue that Disney interactive brought in FY 2015:

$1.1 billion


Disney FY2015 interactive revenue from video games:

$968 million


Percentage occupancy for Disney hotels in FY2015:

86%


Percentage occupancy for Disney hotels in FY2014:

82%


Average amount that Disney hotel guests pay per night per room in FY 2015:

$302


Average amount that Disney hotel guests pay per night per room in FY 2014:

$289


Increase in Disney parks and resorts revenue from Q2 2016- Q2 2017:

9%


Increase in Disney media networks revenue from Q2 2016- Q2 2017:

3%


Decrease in Disney studio entertainment revenue from Q2 2016- Q2 2017:

1%


Decrease in Disney consumer products and interactive media revenue from Q2 2016- Q2 2017:

11%


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Craig Smith
I am founder and editor of DisneyNews.us. My passion for all things Disney goes pretty far back but was deepened by two semi-recent developments: 1) The birth of my son (who is now 7 years old and can't get enough Disney); and 2) Disney’s purchase of Lucasfilm/Star Wars (did I mention I was a super Star Wars geek?) I recently came to the realization that I spent a significant portion of my day reading articles about Disney and watching it with my son, so it only made sense that I would start sharing some of what I read and see and building a little community around it. Other interests include Disney, Sports, 80's Nostalgia, LEGO, Star Wars and Tech Gadgets. Other sites include DMR and VideoGamesStats.com.

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