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  • Does WDW will compete with USO in 2009 with a new E-Ticket ?

    that would be interesting to see if Disney announce a new Big E Ticket for a Theme Park to compete with the Universal Orlando .

    It always been a little kind of war between Each Other .

    i think the next target on the list for WDI are EPCOT or AK .
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    Re: Does WDW will compete with USO in 2009 with a new E-Ticket ?

    Unlikely anything soon. Disney is currently focused on DCA, Hong Kong Disneyland, and expansion into Asia. Nothing is really set for WDW other than fixin' up the Haunted Mansion. I'm sure this Harry Potter-land will give them a kick in the pants, but its going to be years before anything materializes. These things take time.
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      Re: Does WDW will compete with USO in 2009 with a new E-Ticket ?

      I'm sure it will force them to do something whether thats a new E-ticket or perhaps even a new "land" at DAK or MGM I'm not sure.
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        Re: Does WDW will compete with USO in 2009 with a new E-Ticket ?

        Originally posted by MJMcB View Post
        I'm sure it will force them to do something whether thats a new E-ticket or perhaps even a new "land" at DAK or MGM I'm not sure.
        Either would be a great idea. Both parks are 'half-day' parks don't have much to do. Have more to do. More folks will come and stay later. This means more ticket sales. Staying later means additional merchandise and food sales as folks wander around to shop, and realize they need dinner. Considering MGM is getting MM, I think it's DAKs turn for another ride.
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          Re: Does WDW will compete with USO in 2009 with a new E-Ticket ?

          Disney has always been reactionary in Florida under the Eisner era. Hopefully they won't pull the same nonsense and actually WAIT until they have a good concept to build.

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            Re: Does WDW will compete with USO in 2009 with a new E-Ticket ?

            Originally posted by SpokkerJones View Post
            Disney has always been reactionary in Florida under the Eisner era. Hopefully they won't pull the same nonsense and actually WAIT until they have a good concept to build.
            My sentiments exactly. Take the hit, stand strong, and then show the world what Disney is truely all about.

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              Re: Does WDW will compete with USO in 2009 with a new E-Ticket ?

              nope. though Rasulo and markerting are sure to hype Toy Story Mania as the greatest thing since Spidy and Indy combined. Universal has given WDW a huge kick in the groin. This is WAAAY bigger and important than when IOA opened.

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                Re: Does WDW will compete with USO in 2009 with a new E-Ticket ?

                They need to fix Epcot first.

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                  Re: Does WDW will compete with USO in 2009 with a new E-Ticket ?

                  Originally posted by aimster View Post
                  They need to fix Epcot first.
                  that's right they need to update all movies from all the pavilions and then replace Body Wars ( wich is probably the next on the list) and UOE .

                  there's a lot to do at EPcot even at the MK in the pooh area and Space Mtn .
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                    Re: Does WDW will compete with USO in 2009 with a new E-Ticket ?

                    Originally posted by DLRP_bopazot View Post
                    that's right they need to update all movies from all the pavilions and then replace Body Wars ( wich is probably the next on the list) and UOE .

                    there's a lot to do at EPcot even at the MK in the pooh area and Space Mtn .
                    Don't forget they need to majorly fix Imagination too (BRING BACK DREAMFINDER!) and get rid of "Honey, I Put the Audience into a Boredom-Induced Coma!"

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                      Re: Does WDW will compete with USO in 2009 with a new E-Ticket ?

                      Originally posted by lazyboy97O View Post
                      My sentiments exactly. Take the hit, stand strong, and then show the world what Disney is truely all about.
                      But no they'll build Pirate land and spin the wheel to decide what park to tack it onto. Pirates take over... Hollywood, an African safari, the future, or Disneyland!

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                        Re: Does WDW will compete with USO in 2009 with a new E-Ticket ?

                        Originally posted by SpokkerJones View Post
                        But no they'll build Pirate land and spin the wheel to decide what park to tack it onto. Pirates take over... Hollywood, an African safari, the future, or Disneyland!
                        I wouldn't put it past them to try a "Look at all of the new stuff at DisneyParks!" with new stuff at every park except those at Walt Disney World.

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                          Re: Does WDW will compete with USO in 2009 with a new E-Ticket ?

                          Disney's biggest problem is where to begin. Leadership at WDW has been so lax in the past decade, too much of the resort is now suffering. All four parks need help, albeit in different ways. And with Uni's plans for Potter at IoA and the ten-year rights to Kuka tech (buh-bye Incredibles robocoaster *sniff*) just makes the quality slide more problematic.

                          These issues should have been addressed yesterday. Disney has been bleeding their FL turnip bone dry with little concern to the future. Investments for the most part have either been half-hearted or virtually non-existent. And if they don't do something about it now, they'll look up in three years and wonder why profitability at WDW has dropped, seemingly overnight.
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                            Re: Does WDW will compete with USO in 2009 with a new E-Ticket ?

                            ^And has risen at Disneyland, CA!

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                              Re: Does WDW will compete with USO in 2009 with a new E-Ticket ?

                              Due to the shake up at WDI, it is rumored thatmany new rides and editions as well as subtractions will be implemented throughout WDW. Some rumored posibilities are great E-tickets at Mk(the first to get a new E-ticket) as well as more minor occurances such as the re-theaming of the Soarin' structure to blend into the Canadian facade. In order to assist this, a new Canadian Rockies type ride will be added.

                              Of course these are just rumors along with the hat and wand removal. Some of these rumors have come true and are now taking place like the termination of LaL sales and the new security checkpoints at EPCOT.

                              All in all, I do not think that many of these rumors will end up happening.
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