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So how do we, Talk disney folks, feel about this possible change?
ORLANDO, Fla. -Disney is considering a big change to how much guests pay for a day at its parks.
According to WKMG in Orlando, Disney marketers are surveying some past guests what they think of paying higher prices to go at the busiest time of the year, similar to how hotels and airlines charge.
Under the plan being considered, there would be three different price categories -- Gold, silver and bronze.
Gold tickets are valid any day of the year. Silver tickets are valid most days, except for peak and holiday weeks. Bronze tickets are valid only during off-peak weekdays.
Multi-day tickets crossing two or more seasons must be purchased at the highest season's price.
At $125 for a one-day pass to Magic Kingdom, gold is the most expensive, silver is $10 cheaper and bronze is the least expensive. Examples given... [Read More]
Dust off that fedora, there’s life in the Indiana Jones franchise yet.
In between dropping details of future Star Wars films, Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy, let Vanity Fair know that while they haven’t started on writing a script, they are talking about the next film.
This isn’t exactly news, Disney chair Alan Horn made a similar comment last year… but with the second Star Wars Anthology film reportedly pushed back a year or two, a slot might just have opened to get Indy back into action. Just gotta get that script written, a director on board, and a cast hired.
No big deal, right? As far as a director, anybody interested in what Director Joss Whedon could do with the Jones character and the mid-40s milieu? I hear he’s available. How about Brad Bird? I think either would have some interesting things to say about how we got from World War II to where we are now and who were the real heroes who might... [Read More]
Disney's Polynesian: Revamped pool adds to resort offerings.
The Lava Pool, the main pool at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort, has received a face-lift.
The pool area, located just outside the Great Ceremonial House, has been renovated and expanded, adding to a list of additions and renovations to one of Walt Disney World's original on-property hotels.
Still there is the popular volcano and water... [Read More]