A WOMAN spent over £200 at Winter Wonderland and branded it “absolutely” worth it.
Claiming to have spent hundreds of pounds on the afternoon out, she listed details of her spending.
She happily paid £7 for a hot chocolate and £8 for a single hot dog – but admitted she’d “had better”.
And after spending £16 each to enter the ice bar, she only stayed for a measly 10 minutes.
In terms of rides, Chan went on the big wheel – which charged her £10 each – and ice skating for a steep £15.50.
Despite being the 15th year of festive fun at Hyde Park, many have dubbed it a rip off vowing never to go.
Amid the cost of living crisis many slammed the once reasonably-priced family day out as “expensive and overpriced”.
One user commented under the video: “With a cost of living crisis, those prices are extortionate and unfair on customers.
“Nobody should be spending that much for food and drinks.”
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Meanwhile another said: “I’m sorry £8 hot dog, £7 hot chocolate!”
Another added: “People get ripped off so bad.”
A man simply joked: “Could have gone to Disneyland Paris for that.”
It comes after The Sun Online visited the market where two small bags of pick ‘n’ mix cost nearly £20, candy floss was £8 and a potato on a stick was £7.
The day would now cost parents around £40 to eat before you even have a drink or go on the rides.
A breakdown of everything she spent:
- Hot chocolate – £7
- Hot dog – £8
- Ice bar – £16 each
- Giant wheel – £10 each plus £10 fast track
- Ice skating – £15.50 each plus £2 charge for bags
- Churros – £9
- Beanie hat – £15
- Fairground game – £10