at a guess with a 9pm park closing time if they get to a point where they do feel they could safely run fireworks in the magic kingdom, it might happen during normal hours rather than being a party exclusive.
better to promise very little now and they add it later if things change.
the original Disneyland opened with a pay to play model. Going back to ticket books would actually work very well for crowd distribution as you are then limited on how many E tickets you can ride and it encourages guests to seek out the A tickets as well.
Disney’s system is free to all guests and everyone has similar levels of access.
You can get some advantages (60day booking at WDW for resort guests and MaxPass meaning you don’t need to use FP kiosks at DLR) but the main scheme is free with a lot tickets.
Universal, Six Flags etc don’t offer...
All MaxPass got you is the ability to collect “paper” Fastpass on your phone. You were at very little advantage over those who don’t buy it so I don’t think there was a need to up the price. Things like Universal Express pass that guarantee low waits need higher prices to limit the amount of...
Surely any current reason for the show not happening is covid related? Indoor shows with lots of people moving around and singing and shouting is quite high risk. If one of the performers was asymptotic but had Covid and then moved around the whole room singing and shouting that would be quite...
Paying for a Mears shuttle is exactly what we did before DME, unless our holiday package operator offered it as part of the package. It was still with Mears though no matter if we paid, or Disney paid or the holiday package paid.
Not sure what the current price has to do with the previous issue of guests throwing away silverware. I was replying to a comment about guests throwing away the cutlary and wondering why when the food is also in a non-disposable container.
But the food was served in resuable dishes wasn't it? So were people throwing out the plates and dishes too?
Surely the answer would be just to not have trash cans, place everything on tray stacks (like Ikea) and the washing-up team sort it out.
I do think Disney should move to more use of...
Who knows what will happen when the pandemic is over, but right now table service is slightly safer as fewer people are moving and interacting. If you are seated then you remain distanced from other guests, rather than getting up, putting a mask back on and going to the cafeteria/buffet counter.
It doesn’t need a data connection as it’s not in the app. It’s in Apple Wallet, you just tap your phone/watch, same as Apple Pay.
You can turn data off and still use everything in your Apple Wallet.
not sure what system Seaworld use?