Disney 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.
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 dose 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.
See Also: Hundreds more Disney Statistics covering every aspect of the company.
Please note that some of these revenue totals are easier to find than others, so some of these are based on news reports and not official company tallies. All stats are linked to their source unless it was sent to me directly from the company. No stat listed should be considered in making any type of investment decision. In other words: This is the best I can find, but I don’t guarantee anything.
Disney Revenue Statistics
- Disney revenue for FY 2017: $55.137 billion
- Disney revenue for FY 2016: $55.632 billion
- Disney revenue for FY 2015: $52.4 billion
- Disney revenue for FY 2014: $48.8 billion
- Disney revenue for FY 2013: $45 billion
- Disney revenue for FY 2012: $42.2 billion
- Disney revenue for FY 2011: $40.9 billion
- Disney income for FY 2017: $8.98 billion
- Disney income for FY 2016: $9.39 billion
- Disney income for FY 2015: $8.38 billion
- Disney income for FY 2014: $7.50 billion
- Disney income for FY 2013: $6.14 billion
- Disney income for FY 2012: $5.68 billion
- Disney income for FY 2011: $4.81 billion