I'm glad for no AP increase. I've been putting off buying our AP for our late summer trip as I don't need to tie up the money in APs that I won't activate until August anyways. I figure I'll get the passes maybe 2 months before we go or if there IS any announced AP increase.surprised by no AP increase... but I'll take it. Maybe they sense their loyal AP repeat visitors are beginning to question their normal repeat patterns
No I think once you book your trip as long as you don't cancel it your tickets remain that same as when you initially booked. I am still paying on my trip for August as well.How does it work if you have booked a package for the summer that includes tickets? We only paid the deposit so far, of course, as that's all they require. Does our package price change?
I agree with you, but all the other parks usually follow suit at some point after Disney does it. Universal has stagnated at a bit for me, Hagrids looks incredible and I can't wait, but I agree, they shouldn't raise the price this year. But they will because "they can" just like Disney can keep raising them and raising them.Universal would be wise to keep their ticket price static this year. If you purchase a ticket for today at either WDW or Universal, it'll cost you $125 and $114 respectively. The only new attraction at Universal will be Hagrid's Motorbike Adventure (I know I'm missing 2 words in there), and I'm not sure if that alone is enough for a price increase.
It really looks like Disney is trying to minimize crowds at DHS... which really isn't going to work.
We just re-upped yesterday afternoon. We were going to do it at Disney Springs on Sunday but it was an hour wait just to be seen. Sure, it took me longer than that to scratch off and add all of the cards together on-line, but at least I was in my A/C and sitting down.Probably the next one lol. I'm surprised too, but I'm glad I renewed in early February just in case.