We've all been watching DLR pricing for all sorts of things skyrocket. Disneyland is not a cheap hobby, but it is still the nearest and dearest to my heart.
I'm planning on getting my mother a holiday Disneyland Resort trip for Christmas. Out of mere curiosity and concern that I might have to visit on a blackout day, I wanted to see how much the going rate is for a Blackout Day Pass.
It's $70. $70!!! Just a few years ago it was $40! What the heck?!!
I'd really like to give the people that make these types of decisions a piece of my mind. They've always been greedy, and we recently found out that they are essentially Scrooges as well with their plans for next year's holiday season, but I have to ask - what's the breaking point? When will it stop?
I think they've upped the Blackout Day tickets $10 a year in recent history. How does this make any sense? If someone just spent $10 more, they would have a one day one park ticket.
I don't know, am I alone in thinking this is nuts? I think I'm finally reaching my breaking point with DLR. Obviously I love the parks and have absolutely no intention of ever contemplating getting a Blackout Day ticket again, but I feel like Disney has trampled on my good will far too much recently. Anyone else feel this way?