$150/day? Why so cheap? At least triple that price, and triple it across the board, for all tickets. I mean, if you want prices raised, at least make it so that that poor UK visitor feels like Disney is finally sticking it to all those tens of millions of Florida Resident AP holders that are crowding the parks 365 days a year. (There are tens of millions of Florida Resident AP holders, aren't there?)
So you’re posturing that without AP’s, the parks would be much, much less busy? 50+ million annual visitors and you think AP’s make up a bulk of those? Wow...
DVC owners don’t pay for parking. Are we the next ones you think should be banned next? I mean, you obviously know all about the inner workings of WDW, since you talked to some random people there.
Do you have swamp land in southern Florida that you’d like to sell, or maybe a bridge in Brooklyn?
Just saw this.
You talkin' to me?? I said plainly that I don't know their numbers. I'm only saying that IF it would ease congestion a bit to get the folks getting a break on admission out of the Parks, then I'm for it. I'll bet that most folks not getting preferential treatment would agree with me.
It's not necessarily an evil plot, but clearly they've decided that that's the best and most effective way to boost their bottom line. They've mostly maxed out what they can squeeze out of the middle class at this point, at least by their calculation.My husband & I were wondering about Disney keep increasing their prices. Is it some sort of "evil plot" that only wealthy people will go to Disney Parks and weeding out regular park goers? I also found it pretty surprising that the AP's were increased again.
My husband & I were wondering about Disney keep increasing their prices. Is it some sort of "evil plot" that only wealthy people will go to Disney Parks and weeding out regular park goers? I also found it pretty surprising that the AP's were increased again.
Must have been one hell of a marketing campaign. I know when they decided to pay us Hoosiers to enter the parks and gave us unlimited free dining that a slight uptick in AP purchases occurred even though it wasn’t as good as our old deal.Yes, all 21.3 million of us are APs.
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