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  1. CB

    I’ve been a Passholder for many years. Now, I’ve been priced out. I’m retired and have limited income, which is now being sucked up by grocery, gas, etc. What wonderful timing to raise the pass prices. Something I looked forward to was getting up and deciding it would be a Disney day. It is also upsetting that the reservation system supersedes a Passholder. Thank you, not Walt.

  2. Peggy

    Yes we gave ours up during the pandemic due to being a special needs family. It has been difficult to use day by day tickets. We have had 1 trip in march April where someone was under the weather for 3 days. That’s 800.00 for a family of four. If we had an annual pass it makes our life easier. We are due to go in dec into January. And have scheduled a camping trip later next year. Without an annual pass on or more trips will need to be reevaluated. Already sold 1/2 of our DVC. No annual pass next fall we will reevaluate selling the other half. We are about done with this business strategy. Special needs families need this annual pass. No compassion from Disney anymore.

    1. Geoff

      WHY ARE THEY INCREASING PRICES ON SOMETHING YOU CANNOT EVEN PURCHASE YET? IF THEY WOULD JUST OPEN UP SALES , I’M CONFIDENT THEY WOULD SELL ENOUGH TO KEEP PRICES LOWER. OBVIOUSLY, THE LESS YOU SELL THE MORE YOU NEED TO CHARGE TO MAKE SALES GOALS, BUT LET’S BE HONEST CHAPEK, THE DEMAND IS THERE. STOP GOUGING THE LIMITED CROWDS YOU CREATED.

  3. Cindy

    Disney no longer needs APs. And I was one. The parks are way too crowded and it’s mostly passholders making everything overcrowded. Everyone should just pay for day tickets.

    1. Geoff

      I disagree. There are fewer passholders now than before the pandemic. Chapek is trying to squeeze out the Florida residents that were there years ago to keep Disney afloat. Chapek is just focusing on crowds from overseas to keep Disney profitable now. Those of us who have been Disney fans and Florida natives for years are just getting the middle finger.

      1. Jonna

        Feel the same way about Disneyland in Anaheim, CA. They are pretty much telling the locals they don’t matter and want to make more money off of travelers especially from overseas. But they make tons of money no matter who is going to the park. The prices of tickets or passes, food, souvenirs, and parking are astronomical. ALL customers should be appreciated with a ticket or pass.

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