Now I realize that WDW has 4 major parks, and 2 waterparks. I realize that Disneyland Resort is a lot smaller, and only has 2 parks. There are also Disney parks in Paris, Tokyo and Hong Kong. The parks are not created equal.
What if the tickets were. The more days that you go, the less you pay. What if those multi-day park hoppers with the no expiration features and pluses would get you into any of the theme parks?
I realize that an annual pass at Disneyland is about 1/2 the price for one at WDW. That would be really unfair to the Disneyland annual pass holder if that pass were raised in price, to accomodate entry into any Disneyland Park.
When I was considering purchasing an annual pass for WDW, a traveling companion of mine, thought that an annual pass for WDW, would also get you into Disneyland. If only it would. You could plan two trips in a year. One to WDW, and the other to Disneyland.
I realize the differences in the ticket prices from each Disney destination, and I understand the economics behind it, but I thought that the concept, might make an interesting discussion. Don't flame me.