As long as people keep paying, it doesn't really matter how we complain or how vocal we are about doing it.There's really not much else to say here than that. But I guess the raise in single-day tickets are justifying the cost to Uni... so, um, good luck!
That discount is only available based on your geographical data. It doesn't show up for all users.The one thing I can't figure out is the Inside Universal article mentioning that you can save upwards of up to $21 for an advance purchase ticket depending on the day.
Oh, that's interesting! Do you know the parameters of the geo-targeted discount? As I'm in SoCal, I'm guessing it's targeted to out-of-state guests. Just curious and trying to figure out the logic of their pricing strategy.That discount is only available based on your geographical data. It doesn't show up for all users.
I don't think there is any logic. When I looked at ticket prices on my phone, it only gave me the $10 & $15 discounts. But when I looked on my desktop, I got the full $21 discount. I am also in SoCal, so I can't find a reasonable explanation.Oh, that's interesting! Do you know the parameters of the geo-targeted discount? As I'm in SoCal, I'm guessing it's targeted to out-of-state guests. Just curious and trying to figure out the logic of their pricing strategy.
The lower pass at Costco ($109.99) is now gone and has been replaced with a pass at $129.99 and with fewer days available, 219 days.I think I am going to buy those Gold passes from Costco soon, in case they raise the prices on those. They are currently $199.99 and have 337 days available.
The lower pass is still $109.99 with 250 days available.
WOW!! That new pass is garbage (blackout day wise) compared to the old $109.99 pass!!The lower pass at Costco ($109.99) is now gone and has been replaced with a pass at $129.99 and with fewer days available, 219 days.
The higher pass ($199.99) is still available.
Yup, the only one that really makes sense from Costco now is the $199 option. I am going to pick that one up tonight since my season pass expired today, and just in case they decide to make any changes to that one as well.WOW!! That new pass is garbage (blackout day wise) compared to the old $109.99 pass!!
I just checked this and they updated the first visit date to the end of the year. Wooo!Just a reminder, that the Costco Gold pass is going away in a few weeks.
Given that they have to be activated by June 15th, they have to be pulled from sale BEFORE that date. And I have a strong hunch that the replacement won't be cheaper.
I would pick them up while you can, especially since they are good until the end of the year. I see the price either staying or going up, and I don't think they would add more days to the pass either.THANK GOODNESS THE COSTCO GOLD PASS HAS BEEN UPDATED/EXTENDED! I'm glad it didn't get a price increase like the Costco neighbor pass. Gold is really the best option. I was one of last group of people to have the excellent All-Star Premium and transitioning to Costco Gold last December was perfect. I couldn't bring myself to spend the $600 for the Platinum pass but the Gold for $200 is worth it. Black out dates have not been a problem as long as I get my free parking. Do you think the price will hold at $200 or should we grab it while we can? I don't need to renew until December, but I'm the type of Slytherin who will snatch a good pass in March and sit on it as long as possible if needed.