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PSA: Disney World Resort Mid-Day Ticket Debuts Today $88

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Disney World Resort (Orlando) just debuted its cheaper Mid-Day Magic Tickets, valid for admission after 12 p.m.

The 2-, 3- and 4-Day Mid-Day Magic Tickets are available for use on or before Dec. 15, 2019:

Two-day ticket from $88 a day, plus tax (from $176 total, plus tax)
Three-day ticket from $84 a day, plus tax (from $252 total, plus tax)
Four-day ticket from $79 a day, plus tax (from $316 total, plus tax)

https://disneyparks.disney.go.com...er-12-p-m/
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Must be hurting for $$$
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Must be hurting for $$$
I'm doubting that, other than August and September being slow due to heat, I'm not sure they're ever that slow. Apparently their goal is to make it miserable for everyone throughout the year.
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Season ticket holders are expected to avoid the parks around the Star Wars opening. This might get some non-pass holder Flordians in and buying some churros.
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Anyone happen to know whether DisneyLAND has this too?
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DIsney World is not hurting for money. During most of that time period, the parks are open 6-7:00 AM until 9-10:00 PM at least. The early birds will be up and back in their rooms by noon with a 4:00 AM wake up call. Folks going to the parks that early aren't in parks the night before. This is to even out traffic a bit.

Try finding a room onsite at DW from Star Wars opening until after the New Year. There are resorts that have no nights available at all of any type for months. The are nights that DIsney has no rooms available anywhere on property.

California is having a larger problem. They blacked out the summer from annual passes meaning a good chunk of their regulars couldn't attend. It's also much more expensive to make a trip to CA. The $2.35 gas in Orlando is $4 in CA. The $150 car rental in Orlando is $400 in LA. Families are going to the DIsney parks that are somewhat more affordable, that means Florida.
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Every Price Increase by Disney is followed by their Corporate Line that its to enhance our guest experience = meaning limit people in the park.

The recent failure of the launch the Star Wars land in Disneyland has resulted in a loss in profits due to under attendance.

Iger is trying to prevent the same mistake in Florida this month when Star Wars opens on 8/29

They are finding necessary to introduce lower price park tickets, free dining and discounted room offers all during a time where the travel/disney experts predicted the parks to be jam packed from now until 2022, well after Disney Worlds 50th Anniversary.

The simple truth is constant bi annual price hikes, never ending construction, reduced guest experiences (dirty park bathroom, broken monorails, lack of buses, the elimation of live performers, etc), and a half opened Star Wars Land that only has one ride, a $99 droid , $200 light Saber, expensive Bar Drinks, (plus their 2nd price hike Star Wars souvenirs within first 3 months of operation!!!) are scaring guest away.

In May, Disneyland actually blocked Annual Passholders and Their Castmembers from the SWGE until recently when they realized the park was empty and those two groups spend lots of money in the parks !!!

Universal Studios recent announcement of a new park and nothing else was to learn from Disney mistake which have altered guest travel plans to align with the parks being completed before wasting $ on construction zones and half operating attractions.
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Pretty soon you'll be paying per hour and paying more during peak hours.
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https://www.ocregister.com/2019/0...limit/amp/

Even at $88, still too expensive in my opinion...
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It would be a lot better if they had a 1 day ticket option instead of the 2 day ticket minimum
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Even at $88, still too expensive in my opinion...

Relative to what?
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Relative to what?
$65 for a full day pass to Disneyland Paris + $500 or less in fare for one person, it was cheaper for me to go to Europe than orlando and the kid won't know the difference. Disney parks here are ridiculously overpriced and honestly not much setting them apart from any other amusement park besides the characters. Universal will be opening a new park and there'll be a DreamWorks water park and Nickelodeon theme park at American dream in NJ. It's just a matter of how much anyone wants to pay to meet the mouse at this point.
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DIsney World is not hurting for money. During most of that time period, the parks are open 6-7:00 AM until 9-10:00 PM at least. The early birds will be up and back in their rooms by noon with a 4:00 AM wake up call. Folks going to the parks that early aren't in parks the night before. This is to even out traffic a bit.

Try finding a room onsite at DW from Star Wars opening until after the New Year. There are resorts that have no nights available at all of any type for months. The are nights that DIsney has no rooms available anywhere on property.

California is having a larger problem. They blacked out the summer from annual passes meaning a good chunk of their regulars couldn't attend. It's also much more expensive to make a trip to CA. The $2.35 gas in Orlando is $4 in CA. The $150 car rental in Orlando is $400 in LA. Families are going to the DIsney parks that are somewhat more affordable, that means Florida.
Lmaoooo. I rented a car last week for $29/day out of LAX. Enjoy the south, heard you have wonderful weather lmaoooo
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Wish this was still effective in January.
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