- A TikToker says she got a $ 75 shirt at Disney World for free after breaking the dress code.
- Some people say they want to try their “hack”; others say it will put pressure on employees.
- Disney’s website says it can refuse admission or deport people who wear inappropriate clothing.
- Visit the Insider home page for more stories.
It’s no secret that the merchandise at Walt Disney World is expensive – but a TikToker claims to have a hack to save money.
Amanda DiMeo, a TikTok star with over 800,000 followers, posted a video last week, in which she claimed to get a $ 75 Disney World shirt for free after breaking the theme park dress code at the Magic Kingdom.
“OK guys, Disney’s new hack,” DiMeo said at the start of his video. “If you wear a shirt that shows a little under the chest, they’ll write you a ticket when you first enter Magic Kingdom – I’m not sure about other parks – but they’ll write you a ticket so you can get it. a free shirt at the nearest gift shop. “
“I just got a $ 75 T-shirt just because I was wearing a shirt that exposed my chest a bit,” she continued. “So yeah, if you want free Disney shirts, that’s the thing.”
His video has been viewed nearly 25 million times at the time of writing this article after being posted on May 20. She also received over five million likes.
Many people took a look at the comments section of DiMeo’s video and said they would try a similar method the next time they visit Disney World. Some Disney fans, however, were less enthusiastic about the video and argued that breaking the theme park dress code only puts pressure on employees, also known as cast members.
“Oh, the cast members despise people like you,” wrote one TikTok user. “They don’t give things over $ 50. Also, they don’t give things very often. It’s very rare.”
“Please don’t abuse this,” wrote another person. “They’re just going to take the feature out and fire people for a change. As a cast member, I can say that’s not always the case.”
Disney World website states that “appropriate clothing, including shoes and shirts, should be worn at all times” because its theme parks are “relaxed and family-oriented” environments.
“Making sure the parks are family friendly is an important part of the Disney experience,” the website says. “With that in mind, we ask you to use your discretion and common sense.”
The website also states that the theme park “reserves the right” to refuse admission or remove anyone who chooses not to obey the dress code.
According to Disney, inappropriate clothing includes clothing that is “excessively torn”, clothing with “obscene language or graphics” and clothing that “by nature exposes excessive parts of the skin that may be considered inappropriate for an environment. family. “
Representatives for Amanda DiMeo and Disney World did not immediately respond to Insider’s requests for comment.