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This is certainly true, but I think one thing that has changed recently is the company has shifted to prioritizing short-term profits over long-term. The executives are evaluated based on the numbers from last quarter, so they have no incentive to make short-term sacrifices for the future health of the company. It doesn't do Chapek any good for guests to visit WDW in 10 years from now if he gets fired in 2 for underwhelming returns.Let's be realistic, the mouse has always been about profit. They've just been better at hiding it.
Nobody is "paying per ride."My Magic was never intended to force people into paying per ride lol. Sorry. Never once.
And if no packages of rides are offered starting 10/1 and through the holiday season it will be chaotic. It almost does not seem realistic. If paying to skip lines is a given at this point they have to allow people who plan in advance to pay for a package of rides/experiences. I do not even see how its possible they do not. Especially for resort guests. Most people on those weeks are not day goers who live in a suburb or Orlando.
in some cases yes, in others no.I hate all these what if’s that are swimming around my head but, will you still be able to join a standby queue a few minutes before park closing? Or will you need a standby pass for that time frame that you got in the genie app several hours prior?
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