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Tour firms ready to sue Disney for losses, Yahoo HK News/SCMP - 2/3/06

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  • Tour firms ready to sue Disney for losses, Yahoo HK News/SCMP - 2/3/06

    Travel agencies have warned of legal action against Hong Kong Disneyland for losses and damage to their reputation caused by a ticketing system they say is flawed.

    They spoke out as the Lantau theme park came in for withering criticism yesterday from the Consumer Council chief
    Details : Yahoo HK News/SCMP

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    Re: Tour firms ready to sue Disney for losses, Yahoo HK News/SCMP - 2/3/06

    No where does it say you are guarenteed to get in. End of story. Now still heading over and trying to get in when it's been sold out 8 days in a row? Again, your problem.

    These people just have no theme park sense. I mean this isn't even funny anymore it's just "oh well". You can't throw your kids over the fence. You can't sue.

    Yikes, like just do HKDL a favor...go home.

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      Re: Tour firms ready to sue Disney for losses, Yahoo HK News/SCMP - 2/3/06

      Its great to see HKDL so popular. I just think DLP deserves the crowds more. Pity its on a different continent.
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        Re: Tour firms ready to sue Disney for losses, Yahoo HK News/SCMP - 2/3/06

        It's apparently going to be popular for seven or so days each February (check your New Moon calendar).

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        • #5
          Re: Tour firms ready to sue Disney for losses, Yahoo HK News/SCMP - 2/3/06

          Originally posted by Speedway
          Its great to see HKDL so popular. I just think DLP deserves the crowds more. Pity its on a different continent.
          i'd love to see that success for DIsneyland Paris . I hope that will be the same Success for TOT in 2007 because WDS Capacity are very low .
          HKDL : Done !!!

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            Re: Tour firms ready to sue Disney for losses, Yahoo HK News/SCMP - 2/3/06

            It is just an unfair deal: Disney sold you a one-time (NOT an annual pass) ticket in advance and received 100% of the ticket price. You paid the full price, with a valid ticket on hand, but Disney has no responsibility to give you priority to get into the park – then what’s the point to pay Disney in advance? Why don’t just ask people to buy tickets at the gate?

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              Re: Tour firms ready to sue Disney for losses, Yahoo HK News/SCMP - 2/3/06

              I don't know, but you buy the ticket ahead if time knowing (or Disney assumes you read the terms) there is no guarentee to get in. I mean we can do that in America too (or used to be able to)...we could go to our local Disney store and buy our 3 day park hopper...knowing that the day we decided to go to the Magic Kingdom it could be closed. That's the way it goes.
              I mean if I try to go to Disney Easter week I better know it's gonna be crowded and reach capacity. The Chinese need to understand when all 1 billion of them try to go to the park it's gonna be busy and reach capacity. The ticket system isn't a problem.

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                Re: Tour firms ready to sue Disney for losses, Yahoo HK News/SCMP - 2/3/06

                Originally posted by tloolgb
                I mean if I try to go to Disney Easter week I better know it's gonna be crowded and reach capacity. The Chinese need to understand when all 1 billion of them try to go to the park it's gonna be busy and reach capacity. The ticket system isn't a problem.






                1. Extent the restriction period to Feb 5
                2. Ask the guests to purchase a dated ticket for park admission during Chinese New Year Holiday
                3.

                It helps both park management and guests know which day the park is going to be full in advance.

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