It's not a dealbreaker, but it's perked me up a bit. Prices going up, I don't like they are pulling perks away. Not stopping us, but I might consider looking at a few others as well now where I wasn't before.Tbh 1-200 bucks isn't a deal breaker for us . The 10% discount would have been.
Price increases happen all around. If it makes it not value for money for us then we will go elsewhere. Atm most of the rises don't affect us . We don't eat at Palo we don't use the spa and as we sail from Dover we don't get the transfer. If you do all those then yes maybe its not as good value for you.For those of you thinking this isn't a big deal - when will it be that? DCL may not necessarily be declining by degrees like the parks but neither are their changes that stagnant either. What about Palo/Remy price increases, tipping increases, Rainforest pass increases, transfer increases, loss of Navigators in the room, etc, etc, etc?
You realize all the above are in the last two years? This isn't even a pixie dust issue. Y'all aren't just paying attention or your tolerance levels means it doesn't matter what Disney does (where do you think they got the idea to raise ticket prices into orbit?).
Definitely the frog in the pan analogy . . .
I have a feeling we're into the declining by degrees mode at this point. Some of the losses will be extremely small and only a few actually have a specific monetary value that can be assigned. For example, with the redesign of the Promenade Lounge, looks like they moved the bar closer to the stage and there's no room for the nachos/finger food station they used to have next to the stage (this is TOTALLY unconfirmed at this point). But even if it were gone, how do you assign value to that? That's the challenge with quantifying some of these losses.I'm curious to know how incrementally more cut backs there will be.
And this one is a bit older but still another example:Almost forgot about this cutback