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Credit: Orlando Sentinel

15 Comments

  1. me notu

    They’re not cast members, or team members, they’re employees. Period. You write like a PR hack for Disney and the Orlando chamber of commerce.

    1. WeiszGuy

      You’re not a commenter or a person, you’re a troll. Exclamation point!

      It’s absolutely idiotic to get upset about the use of official Disney terminology on a Disney news and fan site.

  2. If you go to Florida during hurricane season you take the chance of being in one. Disney can not change the weather or predict it better the the weather people.

  3. Rae Ella

    I’m glad I was at home, by the fireplace, enjoying my hot toddy, my boyfriend ticklin’ my toes, …… ahh the storm outside is frightful, but
    inside its so —- let it storm, let it storm, let it storm……

    1. Vince

      Fido doesn’t count as a boyfriend, but, if you must.

  4. WeiszGuy

    My only disagreement is about the food. None of the situation is Disney’s fault, but when the absolute ONLY option for food is the boxed meals that they have, that you are forced to eat if you don’t want to starve, I feel like those should be free as a courtesy to the guests.

    1. Annie

      I completely agree. This will be written down as an insurance loss anyway. This to me is considered a humanitarian step in behalf of Disney.

      1. Scott

        Do you just make terms up? Compound term “written down” and “insurance loss”

  5. Annie Thurston

    I completely agree. This will be written down as an insurance loss anyway. This to me is considered a humanitarian step in behalf of Disney.

    1. If it’s an insured loss then it will be covered by the insurance company, nothing will be “written down” .

      If insurance doesn’t cover and they give them away they can write down the loss.

      If they charge more than they cost it’s profit, simple.

      Don’t toss around terms you don’t understand, makes you look foolish.

  6. Todd

    I feel that this report did not meet sufficient journalistic standards but was an assumption based on a 2 hour stay.

  7. Do you just make terms up? Compound term “written down” and “insurance loss”

  8. Tommy

    The only complaint I have as to how WDW handles cancellations and closings is that they put an expiration date on the use of a paid for admission ticket. I read somewhere that tickets impacted by the closing could be used until a certain date only. Those paid for tickets should be able to be used at the paying guests convenience and should never expire before being used.

  9. Jen

    Disney could – eventually – decrease this ongoing problem if they were to stop giving in to frivolous demands made by the over-entitled guests. If they do it for one, they will have to do it for one million. Why? Because that one will post on social media and most likely embellish the story this setting off a wild fire of hungry over-entitled crazies hell bent of getting their fair share. I support a legitimate claim, but all those people who on Tuesday, September 27, 2022 who had been at the park all day and began leaving at 4:00 due to dark skies stopped at guest relations an demanded refunds or comp tickets actually got what the demanded. This happens often even when it rains. Another example is the inappropriate clothing – for whatever reason – just send the offender away. They can go to Walmart and buy an appropriate clothing item. Stop giving them a freebie shirt! It’s all part of the plan.

  10. lorraine

    anyone that makes reservations during hurricane season and still decide to go during a hurricane need to put up with all the inconveniences. I do agree with some of the food problems, Disney also knew the storm was going to be in florida and should have stocked up better. But they still have to pay their employees so should it be free food, NO.

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