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Ticket Price Increase at Disney World

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Disney' started by NotPennysBoat, Jan 29, 2018.

  1. s8film40

    s8film40 Veteran Member

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    Now that you mention it ToT was down most of that day. I think it’s probably a little of both the crowds are very crowded and the FP+ system is making things even worse.
    It seems to me like both the FP lines are extremely long and there are people wandering the streets with nothing to do. Maybe Disney is still getting that spending even though guests are waiting in lines. I think FP+ has reset guests expectations of only doing a handful of things in a day. So most guests end up waiting in 15-30 minute FP lines and maybe one or two 30 minutes to an hour line and then spend the rest of their time waiting to get in their FP lines.
     
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    I remember the days we used to say "no way ticket will ever be a hundred dollars", I think we might have to change that to $200 for one day.
     
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    We aren't far away from a $200 single day hopper.
     
  4. Ultranel

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    Well only guests have the power to put a cap on it.
     
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  5. bob albert

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    I think single day hoppers are already priced to never be actually bought. They just always have to take the leading edge ahead of all the other prices by the same margin.
     
  6. Nick C.

    Nick C. Staff Member Moderator

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    While single day passes are certainly bought, they are priced as they are to make the park hoppers and multi-day passes look like a great deal in comparison. Thus, if you're looking at this ahead of time online, you're more likely to book a hotel stay on Universal property as well.
     
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    Yeah, once you get to 3-4 days, its like hell, it's only another $30 to do another day. You end up using that to justify staying another night in $200 a night hotel.
     
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