Yes I agree. I think what’s going on is, when it’s busy, it’s not worth it and when it’s slow, you don’t need it.If it’s making them money and people continue to pay for it, they aren’t gonna get rid of it.
As for negatively affecting guest experience, your’s has definitely been interesting one to read about. I experienced G+ the first week of November, and it probably overall enhanced my experience.
As much as FP+? No. Absolutely not. But enough that it keep us moving and our waits to a relative minimum.
I didn’t have issues with the sell outs and lack of availability the way you have. Suggests G+ will be most useful at less busy times of the year, though that could have been said of FP+ too I suppose. I miss FP+ (especially the fact that it was free) but G+ was workable for our group of two.
let’s see how guest behavior is over the next 18 months.
my guess is this fails way sooner than FP+ did