Right, which is why it makes more sense to say '$1/minute/person' because then it doesn't matter how many people you have in your group.I qualified it with WE will be paying that much to go. A family of 10 will be paying double what we're paying. or a single person, one fifth of our price. Again, it's all subjective and specific to your situation.
Seems like there would be better things to comment on than my representation of the price for my family.Right, which is why it makes more sense to say '$1/minute/person' because then it doesn't matter how many people you have in your group.
This is incredible news! Congrats on becoming an Avenger! What will you do for your first heroic act- oh this is that Halloween party thread. Nevermind!
Not everybody likes Halloween Horror Nights you know.Universal has one of the best Halloween events. I don't understand why many Disney fans don't give it a chance. Other then those with littles. I always thought Halloween was about scary things, ghosts and goblins.
Do want to be a bit more clear here:Underpriced? I'm not sure anything at WDW is UNDERpriced. I think someone a couple dozen pages back did the math and for a family of 5 we'll be paying something like $5 a minute to go.
But I suppose one's price opinion depends on a lot of factors so I can agree to disagree I should have qualified it and said it was overpriced for my situation.
Think $$$$I've been asking the same thing.
Will they run a Christmas After Hours with a cavalcade?
If they do that, do they run those same cavalcades during Christmas week for daily ops?
Or do they do Christmas After Hours the week of Christmas as well to maximize profit?
I put nothing past them.
Yes…and in July we’ll know details…and said details won’t change…???Guessing we will find out sometime in July.
DVC pay Disney to offset operational costs…whether you’re there or not.How so? I’m slightly confused. If someone had an AP that expired during the height of the pandemic/park closure, they should be able to renew that AP. If the AP expired prior to the park closure, unless you get lucky and have a cast member that finds a way, you’re out of luck.
Am I missing something here?
If there isn’t something I’m missing, I wouldn’t necessarily call it being screwed. I’d call it that someone made a decision and that decision was made at a time when there was unforeseen consequences. Someone choosing to not renew prior to the park closures and now not being able to buy a new AP like everyone else, isn’t the definition of being screwed by Disney and isn’t the definition of a renewal.
Honest question: what do you do before the after hours starts?Thanks for explaining what I'm doing. FYI, not that it'll matter to you, if they had offered both after hours AND MNSSHP at the same time (there's precedent for that, btw), I still would have purchased the after hours way before the MNSSHP. I have done a Christmas party and I've done after hours events and EMM and probably other things I'm forgetting at the moment. The after hours events have BY FAR been our favorite.
Hmmm…I go three-four times a year most…you want to explain things to me in small words so I understand the mass pricing dynamics? I never worked there either…We go every 4 years. I'm not going to skip events we might want to go to because people who go all the time are upset Disney might take away a party.
Honest question: what do you do before the after hours starts?
Hmmm…I go three-four times a year most…you want to explain things to me in small words so I understand the mass pricing dynamics? I never worked there either…
Anyone who purchases a park ticket, spends a night at a WDW hotel or buys a Dole Whip does the same, because it's all overpriced. What's your point? We all draw our own personal lines in the sand between what's "expensive but I'll do it" and "anyone who buys this is insane," but they're in a different spot for every guest, nor does every guest even define their success at the Disney "game" by how much money they saved or spent...
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