I think the most they'd be willing to stretch it this year is 75% capacity, but I really dont expect it to surpass 50% even by september.Ah ok. I read somewhere that city walk was doing 50%, so I figured the parks would do the same come the 5th. Either way I bet by HHN the limit & restrictions will be better. I’d put money on it
This is why I wouldn’t be surprised to see some multi night passes (like FFP) eliminated or, if not eliminated, then extremely reconfigured this year.One person spending $300 to attend HHN for 8 nights is less profitable than 6 people spending $60 to attend across 6 nights (not accounting for marketing costs). Now, in a year when capacity is not an issue, multi-use passes earn their keep on those 2 nights when Universal can’t sell single night tickets. This year, though, when it’s entirely possible every night could sell out without passes because of capacity restrictions, those passes become financial liabilities.
The only money Universal cares about is the money spent on their property. They’re going to look at capacity, likely attendance, reservations at their hotels, etc, and figure out if passes are worth it this year.
I agree, especially with severe and strict capacity limits, FFP could prove to be an issue. The only way I could really see it working reasonably is if they have a reservation system for it, where youre able to go multiple nights but you have to reserve those night in advance so they can keep track of nightly capacity without having to turn FFP holders away at the gate.This is why I wouldn’t be surprised to see some multi night passes (like FFP) eliminated or, if not eliminated, then extremely reconfigured this year.
If what I heard was correct (and remains true) very grotesque humanoid.Hi there! I don’t mean to derail the conversation but in regards to the tooth fairy when that house was intended, was she intended to be humanoid or just some sort of animalistic creature? I’m curious to know what she was going to look like.
Your "Del Toro-esque" description made me picture this:If what I heard was correct (and remains true) very grotesque humanoid.
I made a similar statement earlier and I agree with you. This might not be popular with many, especially the locals, but I’d really like for the plan to be to present these same houses two years in a row. This year would be modified and next year (hopefully) could be filled with scare actors and close scares as originally intended. But I don’t think that will happen and we will just have to trust the team to make the best houses they possibly can for this year and hope that it’s not far off from what they would have done without a pandemic. It’s hard when you know that they’ve usually only got one shot with these house ideas.I just hope the visions of some houses I was looking forward to pre-corona aren't completely butchered due to safety requirements. Of course I want both guests and actors to be as safe as possible, but I'd much rather wait a few more years for a Beetlejuice house than get one that's neutered from plexiglass, facemasks, lack of jump/close scares, or something similar.
I believe it might tie into LT.So since there’s not much discussion I’m really hoping that pumpkin king is a sequel to twisted and it does introduce Nathaniel Crowe and that possibly Crowe could be the icon for 31 since there seems to be a icon after anniversary years!