It may be something as simple as they have stats on when (summer) the most number of APs are purchased and they used that to take advantage of a price increase.Seem to be jumping the gun here. It would make a bit more sense once they successfully open Star Wars Land, MMRR, and Rat. For now, it seems it may hurt the whole, “summer is going to be dead because nothing is opening! Please please please please please come!”
I wonder how many will pay it to possibly see the second SWGE first. They should have announced preview dates if they want people to buy passes.
Perhaps the market for “SW:GE” isn’t as strong as everyone assumed?It will be interesting to see what SWGE brings attendance wise, so far at DLR the results have supposedly been unexpected. This may be cover for predicted weakness?
What was stunning about DLR SWGE is how it has basically driven guests from the rest of DL and DCA. (Mostly due to the DL AP restrictions and price increases) At least at WDW it is premiering during a typical slow time so any perceived slow down may be masked, but the AP price hikes certainly don’t help, unless the financials this quarter and next for Florida are going to be in the toilet.Perhaps the market for “SW:GE” isn’t as strong as everyone assumed?
...maybe the sauce on the dish actual matters when you taste it?