Same here. We bought one of the 15 month passes for Universal for a trip in November. They seem to want my business.-No live entertainment
-No new attractions
-No night shows
-No seasonal events except food booths
Universal is somehow doing all of these. I really can’t believe it, but it’s looking more and more like I’ll be celebrating WDWs 50th by being a Universal AP holder. WDW cannot compete with other parks on their rides alone, management is doing irreparable harm to the brand.
Disney is a creative company, but their only solution is to cut, cut, cut. This is a time to be creative. Sure, there would still need to be layoffs, but there have to be ways to mitigate some of this. Universal offered 15 month passes at a discount and added their haunted houses to the parks even though they had to cancel HHN. Dollywood (where we are season passholders) offered to extend our passes for the price of one day's admission. Someone mentioned that Knott's Berry Farm has events even if they can't open their rides. Disney has done nothing at all as far as I can tell. No discounts, no special events, nothing. That's why I suspect that they are taking advantage of the panic to accelerate their long range plans.