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  1. J

    On layoffs, very bad attendance, and Iger's legacy being one of disgrace

    Did they used to have annual pass payment plans for those states? I can only ever remember them Being available for Florida. We live in GA and if we could get on a payment plan would have bought AP’s a long time ago.
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    WDW Resorts Reopening Thread

    I’m glad that people are getting moved free of charge. There are plenty of stories that if you wanted to move they were charging people the cost of the upgrade. One person said they were in the CSR tower and they got offered CBR or the cabins. That isn’t really a lateral or an upgrade imo - its...
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    News Reflections – A Disney Lakeside Lodge (Project 89 - Development near Fort Wilderness)

    Im assuming for Disney the pinnacle was AKL and it’s been downhill from there?
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    News Reflections – A Disney Lakeside Lodge (Project 89 - Development near Fort Wilderness)

    And WDW Site That Can’t Be Named actually gave this site credit for breaking the story and linked to the post on the boards. See, good things can happen!
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    Universal Puts Disney's Reopening on Defensive

    Yes it is - so I don’t think it should be linked on this site per the rules.
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    News Reflections – A Disney Lakeside Lodge (Project 89 - Development near Fort Wilderness)

    And you still haven't had good mayo until you've had Duke's.
  7. J

    Universal Puts Disney's Reopening on Defensive

    This makes sense. DL relies on locals so there is no need to open hotels at first like there is at WDW. I’m surprised they’re opening two.
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    News Walt Disney World's COVID-19 reopening plans announced - July 11

    That pool is 50% of the attraction of that resort (the other being walking distance to TBD festivals in Epcot). If they don’t open it they likely will have enough cancellations to justify not opening the resort imo.
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    News Walt Disney World's COVID-19 reopening plans announced - July 11

    I didn’t know beach club villas had their own pool. Although I’d wager one of the main reasons people bought in there was Stormalong bay, so to not have that amenity will probably upset a lot of folks.
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    News Walt Disney World's COVID-19 reopening plans announced - July 11

    I wonder why they aren’t opening Stormalong bay. I would think you’d want to keep guests at their hotels and not have them going to other resorts to use the pool.
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    News Walt Disney World's COVID-19 reopening plans announced - July 11

    Outside of some DVC members, I would wager that less than half a percent of resort visitors go to Disney without wanting to visit the parks. What is the point of opening the resorts, which people pay exorbitant rates to stay in because of their proximity, if they aren’t guaranteeing park access...
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    News Walt Disney World's COVID-19 reopening plans announced - July 11

    But Disney does have that information so for them to make this statement means they’ve decided to not guarantee resort guests park access when they could and should.
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    News Walt Disney World's COVID-19 reopening plans announced - July 11

    Staying in a resort hotel does not guarantee access to the parks from July 11. This is going to be a major sticking point for a lot of people. If they aren’t going to guarantee on-site guests access to at least one of the four parks each day of their trip, I think a lot of people will cancel...
  14. J

    Disney World and the NBA

    Doesn’t Jambo have to open as it has DVC inventory?
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    Disney World and the NBA

    Surely 1600 personnel would mean one resort? That’s a room for each person and still some left over just at CSR.
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    News Walt Disney World's COVID-19 reopening plans announced - July 11

    Interesting that they are being paid according to the rate of their new job and not their actual job. That could be good or bad depending on the employee - but at least they're giving them this opportunity.
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    News Eliminating Fastpass and Extra Magic Hours - confirmed as of May 28

    That wouldn’t happen as it would be a touch point that thousands would have to touch each day. I wouldn’t be surprised if part of the elimination of FP is to prevent everyone from having to tap the bands against the tapstiles
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    News Walt Disney World's COVID-19 reopening plans announced - July 11

    If you didn’t think there were going to be mass cancellations of fast pass and dining you were joking yourselves. How else could they have accommodated limited attendance? This is also ideally most likely to get people to cancel their reservations. They can’t handle all of the booked...
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