I just saw a short story on our local L.A. newscast citing Disney's plan to diccontinue discount admissions and return to "Pre-Recession" pricing. The reason cited was that, although Disney's movies are doing well, the parks are suffering from lower attendance numbers with lower spending per guest. I don't know about you but the past few times I was at DL, there didn't seem to be ANY attendance problems that I could see. The place is always packed. I wonder if this means that they are going to weed out some of the lower priced annual passes and bump up price(s) of the upper ones. Just me thinking out loud.
The story didn't elaborate on just how Disney was going to return to those pre-recession prices though. All I saw during the recession was increases in it's admission prices including a $50.00 jump in the Premium annual passport price. Makes me wonder just what is going to happen to those pricing numbers posted above the ticket booth windows. Might just see triple digits for single day park-hoppers and $500-plus premium AP's. Again, just a thought. My mind IS racing though.