hillflyer wrote:All I'm saying is, Star Wars could be its own park instead of cramming it into a park already over stuffed and overcrowded with outrageous ticket prices.
But if it was its own park, wouldn't you have to buy an additional entrance ticket which would make it even more expensive? At least by adding it to an existing park you get better value for money out of your outrageous ticket price.
Not another park like California Adventure is a part of Disney, bit a totally separate thing, like Magic Mountain when it was its own thing. Forget Disney.
Whoa! Early entry better start at 4am for hotel guests. The hotel project or projects will come back alive sooner than later. I am glad however, they didn't put the rather plain design hotel there right on that spot. Be nice to see something more like Disney Springs be placed there.
763 bucks? Jeez, that's a lot. I betcha they won't even have early entry for Galaxy's Edge. So essentially you're paying near a thousand dollars to realize that you should probably start camping out the day before, when the line's only still in Anaheim? Disney really wants some money to be made, huh?
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RoxasBraveheart wrote:763 bucks? Jeez, that's a lot. I betcha they won't even have early entry for Galaxy's Edge. So essentially you're paying near a thousand dollars to realize that you should probably start camping out the day before, when the line's only still in Anaheim? Disney really wants some money to be made, huh?
Would imagine the reason the rates are so high is precisely because they will offer early entry or be given first dibs on the time reservations for the land.
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