I noticed something the other day when listening to my friends story of his day at Disneyland.
Apparently when he arrived at DLR they were "sold out"! Not surprising, it was a busy day sometime between Christmas and New Years. My friend has a Premium Annual Pass. Upon trying to enter Disneyland he was told that the park was sold out and that he would have to enter DCA first the get a hand stamp and then enter Disneyland.
The problem I see with this is that we all know that the park guests decide to enter first technically gets the attendance number for that day. If CMs are telling guests (APs) to enter DCA first them Disneyland arent they really just artificially inflating DCA attendance numbers? Is this a tactic employeed by our new President, Grier to "improve" DCA attendance or is it truely just a glitch in the ticketing system?
Think about it... if Disneyland is sold out and they are not selling anymore tickets to the park why would they let someone in just because they went to DCA? I mean if the park is full the park is full, right? Why does going to DCA suddenly free up a spot over at Disneyland.
To me this sounds kinda suspicious. what do you think?