The fun part is we can prove what they're proposing is flat out a lie.
Yeah, but the "premium" is 2/3 of the year.I got this survey but based on how I answered my demographics up front I was not chosen to complete the survey. That said, note that the bronze pricing is closest to today's pricing (for a 1-day ticket anyway). Silver and Gold are premiums. This nickel and diming is getting ridiculous. And, how many times will people buy the wrong tickets for when they arrive? And, how upset will people be when their trip has 1 day in Gold and they have to buy the total 7-day package at gold?
This is getting far too complicated.
With record theme park attendance, it really isn't surprising that Disney is 'exploring opportunities to leverage success.' So yes, it appears Disney is considering further price increases.Seriously? What idiot is trying to justify their job? Or is Disney telling us in advance of another price hike?
Wow. This is a pretty overt nickel and diming. If you try to go to the park under a 'lesser' ticket you have to pay more because of the kind of day? Oh come on. I think at this rate they're just purposely trying to tick people off and send them elsewhere to spend their money. There was nothing wrong with the old tickets where you weren't paying extra for park hopping and non -expiration. They were simple. They were straight forward. But apparently they weren't going to make more money for the company. I have to figure that both Magic My Way and now this, if its implemented, are just them grasping at straws because maybe people were only buying the bare minimum and none of the up charges that they were counting on. What does a day when there's a upcharge ticket only 'party' count as? It should be bronze as it isn't a full park day.
To me the price differences aren't enough to drive me to one time of the year or another.
If that's the case then the people who go anywhere during a peak time theoretically should pay less. Do you know anyone who would rather go when it is crowded compared to not crowded? Kind of defeats the purpose of the whole thing.Few people actually prefer to be in Florida during June rather than the fall. This would be charging them more for something they want less.
Are you people for real? This is nothing but a price gouge, and you're willing to accept it? I'm sorry, but this has got to be one of the most greedy price changes proposed, and you both are minimizing it? My true thoughts are being repressed as I do subscribe to the axiom If you don't have anything nice to say then don't say anything.
You might wanna cut back on the drama shots in your esspresso. I said nothing about liking it. I just said that it wouldn't deter me from booking a vacation.Are you people for real? This is nothing but a price gouge, and you're willing to accept it? I'm sorry, but this has got to be one of the most greedy price changes proposed, and you both are minimizing it? My true thoughts are being repressed as I do subscribe to the axiom If you don't have anything nice to say then don't say anything.
And that's third level rube. I'm not just any ordinary variety of rube.Wow. Did you even see the point as it sailed clear over your head?
Neither of them said they were willing to accept it, though I suspect @hakunamatata being the rube he is, will be okay with it. They both said the increases weren't enough to move them into different times of year.
Ironically, if you truly subscribed to that axiom, your post probably would have been less pointed and aggressive.
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