Comments for Guests Left Extremely Disappointed After Last Night of Disneyland ‘Star Wars’ Event

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  1. Matthew Muir

    Somebody HAS to see this BEFORE commenting

    We should all cancel our Disney+ subscriptions, stop going to the parks and stop buying ANY Disney merchandise. IF…………IF……………enough of us do that, and the stock tanks low enough, Disney shareholders JUST MIGHT vote Chapek out………..along with the current Chairman, and vote a NEW one in

    We ALL have to save what we truly love. The Walt Disney Company must be saved

    And MOST importantly, we all have to PERSUADE OTHERS TO DO THE SAME, and WARN Disney of the impending boycott to REALLY get Chapek SCARED.

    And I will be seriously disappointed if I see ANYONE, and I mean just ONE PERSON commenting WITHOUT vowing to do ANY ONE OF THESE THINGS. We must both BOYCOTT Disney AND encourage others to do the same. Can you really consider yourselves Disney fans if you choose NOT to fight and sweat blood to save Disney, and recruit others in this crusade? Can you, REALLY?

    I want you to think very hard about that

    I hope everyone understands

    Something HAS to give to put a stop to this endless price gouging, and we need to restore Disney to its former glory.

    Please comment below about this and express your thought about making a TRUE pushback to really teach Disney as lesson. And both withholding your money AND telling others to do the same and if necessary, scaring them into doing so So we can TRULY save the company.

    How many more times do I need to say this BEFORE someone actually commits to saving Disney?

    I hate ALL sentiment and NO wanting Disney to be better, no wanting the company to change, and NO……………………..NO…………….
    CONCERTED effort

    That’s the two big words here:

    If you truly love Disney and are heartbroken by Chapek’s management, then maybe you should FIGHT back against it and rally others to the worthy cause of saving Walt’s dream, and maybe you should PROVE how much you love it by fighting tooth and nail to save the SOUL of the company

    I just hope somebody sees this before commenting.

    Good luck, everyone.

    1. Daryl-Rhys

      No because
      A) boycotts never work because it won’t show the company the problem areas
      B) there is no price gouging, its just that everything in the world is getting more expensive. If you actually are smart and break ot down its very reasonably priced.

      If you want to actually help, BUY SHARES YOU DUMMY.

      1. Matthew Muir

        alright I’m so sorry

        I’m not sure how I can actually get shares though

        and I’m not actually even sure how effective my shares will be in oustingthe current leadership

        1. Dawn

          Post on FB or other mass media, you will not get “shares” on here and it’s only annoying people to look at the comments and see this every time they turn around. We are numb to your post. We do not care. We are not your target audience to convince to boycott Disney.

  2. Kelley

    Disneyland has become way too crowded for us. We drop 15K for our yearly vacation and it’s become just a waste. All that saving and dreaming for one week of chaos. And yet, I have family members in SoCal who go twice a week. There has to be a way to make it a better experience for those of us coming on a dream trip or once every couple years.

  3. Dawn

    Honestly, the only way to know the differences between all of the nights is if the same person went to all of the nights. Otherwise you are just seeing different people discuss what they personally think went wrong. And in all honesty the issues of the last night seem to be the same as the other nights. And since there are three exits from Galaxy’s Edge and they only mentioned two of them, I have to wonder if they were both correct and people were supposed to exit via Critter Country up to New Orleans Square, Adventureland, and past the Tiki Room onto Main Street, limiting the possibility of people going through the rest of the park. Granted that would be the “long way” around, but when G.E. first opened, that was the entrance/exit they had us using to keep it locked down to only those with wrist bands.

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