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Disney to end discounting park tickets this fall and restore pre-recession prices

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  • Disney to end discounting park tickets this fall and restore pre-recession prices









    For more on this story, please go to Disney Earnings: Disney profits surge thanks to movie blockbuster, but parks still struggle | TheDailyDisney.com from OrlandoSentinel.com
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    Re: Disney to end discounting park tickets this fall and restore pre-recession prices

    Nice, but not nice at the same time.


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    • #3
      Re: Disney to end discounting park tickets this fall and restore pre-recession prices

      We will see if this makes them lose more money than it saves them.
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      • #4
        Re: Disney to end discounting park tickets this fall and restore pre-recession prices

        Here's an idea. Why don't they start offering up something NEW that doesn't have the word "parade" in it? Give people a reason to come and the little 12% profit drop will go away....
        Class of 2005...

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        • #5
          Re: Disney to end discounting park tickets this fall and restore pre-recession prices

          A agree, better quality all around at the theme parks will increase guest spending... nicely made, unique merch; show and parades and other entertainment that people want to spend more time on, better pay/more benefits for CMs instead of administration because the CMs make the difference for the guest.

          Nickel-and-diming like that tomato charge for the burgers, or charging for the hat embroidery, is obvious and makes people less likely to buy because it's a little insulting. I think people would be happy to pay full price for tickets 365-days a year if they felt like they were getting all the quality they could out of the parks. Good offerings may even make for longer stays. But no one wants to buy a full price ticket and feel like they're getting conned when they start having to pay stupid little fees like on food.
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          • #6
            Re: Disney to end discounting park tickets this fall and restore pre-recession prices

            makes sense actually since at DLR new attractions will be coming online as well as the wonder being docked in LA brings lots of potential guests coming back to the parks.

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