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    What are the odds of Disney pulling down the prices after the 50th goes away? Knotts is hovering at $35 for SoCal residents, and I don't think it's above 50 for an adult. How about Disney following suit?
    What's the buzz?

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    Sorry to say it but when pigs fly is when the prices go down. Or demand goes down. And it doesn't look like either will happen any time soon.

    When was the last time a pass to Disneyland was actually lowered?
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      Originally posted by mrfantasmic
      What are the odds of Disney pulling down the prices after the 50th goes away?
      living at Lake Tahoe and having casinos here I checked Harveys race and sports book, they are not giving odds on this, so I would have to say


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        Originally posted by mrfantasmic
        What are the odds of Disney pulling down the prices after the 50th goes away?
        :lol:

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          Originally posted by mrfantasmic
          What are the odds of Disney pulling down the prices after the 50th goes away? Knotts is hovering at $35 for SoCal residents, and I don't think it's above 50 for an adult. How about Disney following suit?
          What's the buzz?
          Check the Costco deal: 4 days for $119. One park per day. One person per $119. Good thru 11/18/2006. No "must be used within 15 days of first entrance" BS.

          And do note that DL and Knott's are not equal values, so the price will reflect this.

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            That's a good one! Prices going down? whoa, I almost fell off my chair! Sorry to say but Disney doesnt lower, they just go up.




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            • #7
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              Originally posted by mrfantasmic
              What are the odds of Disney pulling down the prices after the 50th goes away?
              About the same as OJ finding Nicole's REAL killer.

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                Re: Ticket Prices

                Originally posted by mrfantasmic
                What are the odds of Disney pulling down the prices after the 50th goes away? Knotts is hovering at $35 for SoCal residents, and I don't think it's above 50 for an adult. How about Disney following suit?
                What's the buzz?
                Knott's is usually the cheaper of all the So Cal parks. Don't expect Disney to follow suit. And didn't Iger say that the price was only going to increase? I think every 3 years or something like that.

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                  Originally posted by a_hyperbole
                  About the same as OJ finding Nicole's REAL killer.
                  LOL... too funny.

                  And yeah, about that time.

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                    I would say it is about the same as the odds that Eisner is going over to Michael Ovitz's house for a Memorial day BBQ!
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                      Soon it will be $70 just for one day. The horror.
                      Jeff Wayne






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                      • #12
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                        Originally posted by sediment
                        Check the Costco deal: 4 days for $119. One park per day. One person per $119. Good thru 11/18/2006. No "must be used within 15 days of first entrance" BS.

                        And do note that DL and Knott's are not equal values, so the price will reflect this.
                        $119. is ALSO the price of a SoCal Select Annual Pass why go for 4 days when you can go 175 ...yanno?
                        IMO - YMMV - FYIGM

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                          Im hoping that they at least bring back the 5 days for the price of 3 but Im not holding my breath.
                          Mellymouse




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                            Originally posted by Uzmati
                            $119. is ALSO the price of a SoCal Select Annual Pass why go for 4 days when you can go 175 ...yanno?
                            I think its a better deal if you buy them and live outside of California.
                            Jeff Wayne






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                              Originally posted by mrfantasmic
                              What are the odds of Disney pulling down the prices after the 50th goes away? Knotts is hovering at $35 for SoCal residents, and I don't think it's above 50 for an adult. How about Disney following suit?
                              You're kidding right? Not a chance as long as attendance numbers stay high. :lmao:
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