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    Re: WDW Pulling the Plug on Grad Nites

    I loved grad night... I hadn't been to WDW since I was about 7, so the entire trip - not just the one night - was awesome. I do have a few great memories of that night, though. Bummed they are canceling it.

    But with the way society is today, it isn't exactly surprising.

    Looking up park hours before you go is part of the planning process. if you want a full day park, then don't go to mk on that day, no biggie. You have 3 other parks to choose from.
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    Re: WDW Pulling the Plug on Grad Nites

    Quote Originally Posted by Disneytwins View Post
    People buy tickets knowing that they will have a full day of fun no matter what. I remember going during the Halloween parties and I remember them kicking everyone out really early. I think Ripped off is a better term.

    Only if Disney hid the fact the park was closing early would it be a rip off, but as far as I know Disney posts a few months out the hours of the parks, and I atleast never assume any theme park will be open certain hours, and always check in advance, those who dont check in advance only have themselves to blame.

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