Blackout dates would tip this off, but not an annual pass increase. I'm not sure how those two would even really be connected at Disney WorldI think this one is extra special cause it could tip off the release date for StarWarsland.
Was it this one? https://www.fool.com/amp/investing/2019/02/16/3-reasons-disney-world-is-increasing-prices-this-m.aspxI just saw a news story listed on Google news about price hikes starting tomorrow or the next day and 3 reasons why it makes sense, but it was quickly removed when i went back to it after not being able to find anything anywhere else. So I don't know if that means it is not going to happen, or whether Disney is keeping careful watch and not letting leaks get out like in the past.
Yep that's the one. They may not know anything, but they sound pretty certain.
I think it would tip off the potential target date of StarWarsLand when they announce the ticket prices. Usually the ticket increases are in early February but say an announcement on Feb 25th would mean a StarWarsLand target of Oct 25th, an announcement on Feb 17th = Oct 17th and so forth.Not exactly sure how it will do that.
I expect to hear the DLR official opening date next week, though.
I know. This will be the whine and moan time for people that will no longer go to Disney. Comical really. What people complain about.It's just another thing for people to get all fired up about. There is not necessarily a "set" schedule for price changes. They are subject to change at any time.
Yeah, that has literally zero to do with it. You can only renew your AP 60 days early or 30 days late (and that doesn't extend the dates). So if people are buying them every year, the AP dates they have don't change. They can't 'maximize' the dates based on when attractions are opening. You're creating a scenario that doesn't exist.I think it would tip off the potential target date of StarWarsLand when they announce the ticket prices. Usually the ticket increases are in early February but say an announcement on Feb 25th would mean a StarWarsLand target of Oct 25th, an announcement on Feb 17th = Oct 17th and so forth.
By doing this they minimize by even a day the time frame that the older AP holders have to use StarWarsLand. If the price hike is on Feb 28th and StarWars open on Oct 28th, then those who renewed on Feb 27th (old price) would only have 3 months max to use Star Wars Land.