The goal of business: To make as much as you can as fast as you can.
I bet Disney figures anybody going to SFOG is either a local or on their way to or from WDW. Six Flags, especially Over Georgia, probably isn't high on Disney's "To Watch" list of competitors. And who wouldn't love DGA, Disney's Georgian Adventure?
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The new shade things...well they exist either as a covering for a whole quarter or not at all. (The queue is broken into 4 parts). So the two middle parts have coverings...the closest to the station sorta does and the one at the end has none. It'll be hot on a sunny day. But they have a snack stand in the middle between part 2 and part 3.
Newer themeing...uh... what themeing? This is SFoG. Lol. They painted the area around Goliath the blue & orange.
Prices. Hmm. Ticket prices are up. Parking is up to $15. Flash Pass (Q-Bot) is up in price. Food is expensive for lousy portions (they serve the same chicken strips as Disney but get 2 strips out of every one that Disney serves). But they have plenty more staff, approachable security, and staffers in each restroom. (a guy who stand next to other people peeing as he talks on his cell phone...kinda gross)...but Season's Pass still pays itself off in two visits.
Yes. It's expensive, but oh Goliath is so worth it. What an amazing rush!
Oh, and I've been on rough coasters, and coasters that hurt, but no coaster has ever left me in pain for days. Until Deja Vu.
Deja Vu is a first.