BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union is looking into complaints that Disneyland Paris is unfairly charging different prices for consumers depending on what nation the request comes from.
Even if charging different prices in different member states for the same product is not necessarily illegal, the reasons for doing so must be clear and transparent, said EU spokeswoman Lucia Caudet on Wednesday.
She said the EU Commission has "received complaints about Disneyland Paris that we are now checking." Complaints addressed to the EU have come from consumers from Britain, Germany and Croatia, among others.
A request to Disneyland Paris for a reaction was not immediately answered.